Google (日本語) での検索件数 _ _ _ キーワード 医師不足 過去一か月のニュース 2,240
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Denver Post-6 時間 (米国コロラド州)
Signing up for health insurance on the new state and federal exchanges was supposed to be the easy part of the Affordable Care Act. The really dicey part, lots of health policy experts have always feared, will come on Jan.1.
That is when Americans who have enrolled in health insurance for the first time under the ACA are likely to discover that having coverage doesn't guarantee them easy access to a primary care doctor, dentist or mental health professional. Community tackles doctor shortage
Battle Creek Enquirer-著者: Andy Fitzpatrick-18 時間前 (米国ミシガン州)
As the nation's primary care physician shortage continues, so are efforts to staff hospitals and doctors' offices with caregivers. In the Battle Creek area, that work is being done by both large hospitals and community groups that say they want to make sure people get the care they need. Urgent care helps fill doctor shortage gap
Battle Creek Enquirer-著者: Andy Fitzpatrick-17 時間前 (米国ミシガン州)
If the primary care doctor shortage affecting the nation, state and Calhoun County can be compared to a battle, one of the front lines can be found in the waiting rooms of urgent care clinics. At Bronson Battle Creek Outpatient Center — Beckley Road Urgent Care, 5352 Beckley Road, those who need medical care on short notice can get it.
That was the case for Don Thurman of Battle Creek, who was using the services there Dec. 17. Local doctor shortage has not been resolved
A Dec. 18 story in The Record, "Doctors now hunting for patients," notes that local doctors are now searching for patients, suggesting that a historical shortage of family physicians across Waterloo Region has been resolved. While significant progress has been made in Cambridge, as the story indicates, the recruitment of family doctors remains a priority for the Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and the local business sector. Don't Believe Dire Warnings of a Doctor Shortage
(Newser) – Headlines about a looming doctor shortage for the US have been kicking around for a while, with the Association of American Medical Colleges forecasting a gap of 130,000 by 2025. Don't believe it, write Drs. Scott Gottlieb and Ezekiel Emanuel in the New York Times. The doomsayers generally cite an aging population and the increased number of people who will have health insurance under ObamaCare. But they neglect to mention that ever-improving medical technology and increased responsibilities for nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and others who support doctors can mitigate the problem.
（他に10位以内のニュースは、カリフォルニア、米国（4報Obama Care関連） ）
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