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https://www.pe.com/2018/12/01/to-cure-californias-doctor-shortage-look-abroad/ To cure California's doctor shortage, look abroad
Press-Enterprise - December 1, 2018 at 4:00 pm (米国 カリフォルニア州)
The Claremont Colleges, a group of seven schools in Southern California, recently announced plans to open a new medical school focused on training students for careers as primary care physicians in underprivileged communities throughout eastern Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire.
This is welcome news. But California needs many more physicians than one additional medical school can supply. Already, nearly 8 million Californians live in federally designated “health professional shortage areas” that lack a sufficient number of primary care physicians. Those shortages may expand, as the state’s population grows and ages.
https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/421105-cure-doctor-shortage-with-aprns Here's how to cure the doctor shortage
The Hill - 12/14/18 03:00 PM EST （米国）
America has an alarming shortage of primary care physicians, and the problem is worse in rural areas. As the Houston Chronicle noted, new medical schools won't solve the problem. Here in Texas, 54 counties have 27 doctors to care for more than 255,000 people, who are scattered over more than 60,000 square miles.
Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) can help.
According to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs, 231 of 254 counties are designated Partly or Whole-County Medically Underserved. Texas ranks 47th out of 50 for adequacy of primary care services. Texas also has the highest uninsured rate in the country at 17.3 percent.
https://pilotonline.com/opinion/columnist/guest/article_b9afea92-0303-11e9-bff9-b73f04de4d11.html G. Richard Olds: US must look overseas for more doctors
Virginian-Pilot - 2018/12/30（米国 バージニア州）
A DISCOURAGING NEW REPORT by UnitedHealth Group says that 44 million Americans live in counties with a shortage of primary care physicians. This shortage will grow worse as our population ages and thus requires more medical care.
Doctors who have been educated abroad — including many American citizens who went to medical school overseas — are eager to fill the gaps in the U.S. physician workforce. And they're doing so in increasing numbers. Given the depth of the U.S. doctor shortage, the United States will need even more of them.
https://www.heartland.org/news-opinion/news/non-physician-health-care-providers-can-alleviate-doctor-shortage-study-shows Non-Physician Health Care Providers Can Alleviate Doctor Shortage, Study Shows
The Heartland Institute - DECEMBER 6, 2018 （米国）
At present, 13 percent of Americans live in a county with fewer than one primary care physician (PCP) per 2,000 patients. Over the next decade, the PCP shortage is expected to worsen, as 30 percent of these physicians will retire while the significantly increase as the population ages.
https://www.deccanherald.com/doctors-shortage-hits-services-707261.html Napoklu CHC: Doctor shortage hits services
Deccan Herald - DEC 09 2018, 22:16PM IST （インド）
The community health centre in Napoklu has only two doctors for all the patients who visit it and this is proving a major problem for the centre.
.. Zilla Panchayat member Padiyammanda Murali Karumbaiah told DH, “At present, two doctors are serving at the CHC. Doctors are not keen on serving in rural areas. The issue of shortage of doctors was raised in the gram sabha and it will be brought to the notice of the higher authorities.
https://qswownews.com/med-school-doctor-shortage/ Free med school won’t solve the doctor shortage
By QS Asia News Network - December 4, 2018
The New York University School of Medicine had recently eliminated tuition for all current and future students in attempt to resolve the challenge of doctor shortage faced by the nation. It is believed that by reducing the immense amount of financial debt will allow more students to seek careers in the medical field. They will also be more inclined to become primary care providers in underprivileged areas. However, student debt is not the real reason for the decline in the number of doctors. According to the latest prediction by the Association of American Medical Colleges, there will be an inadequacy of up to 120,000 doctors by 2030, an increase of approximately 14 percent from 2017. Further, nearly 60 percent of regions that lack primary care are within the rural region.
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