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KJZZ Tuesday, November 29, 2016 - 3:23pm
Arizona's physician shortage has been well documented, and a coalition of health-care groups and universities is trying to reduce it. Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Maricopa Integrated Health System, District Medical Group and Creighton University are working together to train more docs here, with the hope they’ll stay here to practice. GPs closing doors on new patients amid doctor shortage
Martin Johnston, NZ Herald , Section National, Publish Date Wednesday, 30 November 2016, 6:09AM
People barred from joining their chosen clinic face will generally face a trek across town to another general practice that is taking patients, but earlier this year all of Marlborough's had closed their books. The blame nationally has fallen on a The blame nationally has fallen on a shortage of GPs, state funding rising less than primary care costs, rapid population growth and even the hot Auckland property market enticing people to move to the provinces. Health Minister Jonathan Coleman was unavailable to comment last night. The Upshot|A Doctor Shortage? Let's Take a Closer Look
New York Times-2016/11/07
Many people have to wait too long to see a doctor. And it could get worse. If, as many people believe, we have a shortage of doctors in the United States, then it follows that we can fix this only by training and hiring more physicians. As with almost everything in our health care system, though, it’s complicated. Some people think there’s no shortage at all — just a poor distribution of the doctors we have. Physicians bearing heavy workloads as BC battles family doctor shortage
A family doctor shortage in the province has left many physicians feeling burnt-out. An aging population, coupled with an exodus of family practitioners due to retirement, immigration and ill health, has led to heavier burdens for doctors, according to Bill Cavers, a family doctor in Victoria and former president of Doctors of BC. Aging population, doctor shortage creating 'perfect storm'
Rural health care across the nation is beset by many challenges. There is a delicate balancing act that health care providers must perform in order to provide affordable, high quality care to patients while still maintaining profitability in order to keep their doors open. A perfect storm consisting of an aging rural population, access issues, a shortage of doctors, increasing pharmaceutical costs, and an uncertain outlook for the Affordable Care Act is coming together and looming on the not-too-distant horizon.
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