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Crain's Chicago Business - January 11, 2018（米国、イリノイ州）
A report touted this week by the American Osteopathic Association shows an 85 percent increase in osteopathic medical students since 2007. Now, about 1 in 4 medical students attends an osteopathic medicine college—an enrollment figure that has increased an average of 25 percent every five years. The report comes amid concerns that the United States is facing a physician shortage: The gap between physician supply and demand will range between 61,700 and 94,700 physicians by 2025, according to the American Association of Medical Colleges. A chunk of the shortfall is projected to be in primary care, a field in which many osteopaths specialize.
No Physician Shortage Despite Dire Warnings: Zeke Emanuel
Medscape - January 24, 2018 （米国）
We can get into so many topics because you have had a big influence on healthcare policy in the United States with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and many other things. But today's topic, a "physician shortage," is a special interest. You have had multiple writings on this, including a notable op-ed in the New York Times back in December 2013 with none other than our current Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb.
More recently, your reaction to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) report [predicting a shortage] was published in JAMA in May, with subsequent correspondence—as you might expect because of controversy—going back and forth in September. Why don't you give us your own sense about a physician shortage in the United States.
Doctor shortage: Population outpacing physicians
IllinoisHomePage.net - Jan 16, 2018 04:28 PM CST （米国 イリノイ州）
ILLINOIS (WCIA) -- The population is quickly outpacing doctors. Medial professionals are bracing for a massive shortage. Experts estimate, by 2025, there could be a shortage of up to 90,000 physicians nationwide. But, there's hope. A new survey shows an increase in medical students. A Chief Medical Officer from Southern Illinois University's medical school offered insight. He says more students are enrolling because there are more opportunities. For the past 20-years, more and more medical schools have opened up around the country; especially in rural areas where a shortage of doctors could have a bigger impact.
Doctors Nova Scotia blames doctor shortage on fee-for-service system
CBC.ca - Jan 06, 2018 5:34 PM AT （カナダ ノバスコチア州）
Nova Scotia is losing family doctors to other provinces, notably New Brunswick, because of the "antiquated" way it pays for their services, says the president of Doctors Nova Scotia.
On Saturday, a group of family doctors met in Dartmouth to discuss different options of being paid for their work.
"We're in an antiquated model right now where the majority is fee-for-service, so it's a volume-driven service. Nova Scotia has to consider options other than fee-for-service or salaried models that don't really, frankly, do much for anyone," Dr. Manoj Vohra said.
Estevan hospital wait times rise due to physician shortage
Globalnews.ca - January 24, 2018 7:22 pm （カナダ サスカチュワン州）
“Two of them were departures with virtually no notice. One was a suspension from the [College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan] and another one left town to move home to South Africa almost overnight. That left an enormous amount of patients without a physician.”
The shortage of family physicians in Estevan has increased the amount of non-emergency cases in the emergency room and increased wait times. Physicians also aren’t taking on any new patients.
Hoffort says to address the shortage, St. Joseph’s Hospital has stationed a family physician in the emergency room from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Normally, the emergency room is covered by family physicians on an emergency, call-in basis.
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