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5 Suggestions to Offset the Physician Shortage: Minnesota Hosp...

Minnesota will be short nearly 850 primary care physicians by 2024, according to a study conducted by Towers Watson for the Minnesota Hospital Association. "The current pipeline of graduates barely appears adequate to replace retirements as they ... Becker¬ís Hospital Review, 20 hours ago
Minnesota physician shortage to emerge in next decade Fierce Healthcare, 19 hours ago

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EHE International Certifies SoutheastHEALTH Primary Care West as Its Newest Partner

"EHE is proud to add SoutheastHEALTH Primary Care West to its growing private provider network. With SoutheastHEALTH's exceptional physicians and dedicated staff, our patients will receive the care they expect from the EHE program," said Deborah ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors23 hours ago

PhysicianOne Urgent Care Physicians Become Certified Medical Examiners for DOT Physicals

There's great news for Connecticut commercial drivers scrambling to meet new Department of Transportation regulations: all PhysicianOne Urgent Care physicians are now certified medical examiners for the US Department of Transportation (DOT). To ...
 Digital Journal2 days ago Poll: Can 'Assistant Physicians' Provide Appropriate Care?  Medscape Women's Health5 days ago Total Access Urgent Care Receives Certified Urgent Care Designation...  PRWeb6 days ago Free Doctors of 'Physician Partners' to Focus on Patients, Not Paperwork  Med India2 months ago
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Dallas-Area Urgent Care Clinics Expand to Offer Primary Care Services, Helping Smaller Employers Provide Affordable Health Insurance

Innovation from PrimaCare, one of the Metroplex's largest urgent care providers, and Physician Care Direct reflects growing demand for health coverage workers can afford DALLAS , July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NextCare Holdings, Inc. and ...
 Fat Pitch Financials2 days ago
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Convenient Access To Healthcare Could Lead to Overuse of Mammograms

Providing better access to healthcare could lead to overuse of mammograms who see a primary care physician regularly and who have limited life expectancy, researchers have found. The cautionary note from researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch ...
 Med India1 month ago

Primary care doctors benefit as insurers flock to offer incentives open up valuable data

The Northern Virginia physician group Health Connect IPA will be able to afford a few more hires this year to juggle the increasing push from their offices to get patients into
 Big News Network7 hours ago

Informing patients on how to access PCP decreased non-urgent ED visits

Informing patients how to access care from their primary care physician decreased pediatric ED visits for non-urgent care, according to study findings in Clinical Pediatrics. Jesse J. Sturm, MD, MPH, of Connecticut Children's Medical Center in ...
 Orthopedics Today18 hours ago

Expanding Nurses' Scope of Practice Could Mitigate Impending Primary Care Physician Shortage

The effects of a looming shortage of primary care physicians could be mitigated by expanding registered nurses' roles in outpatient settings to help manage patients with chronic diseases, according to a new analysis published in the Annals of ...
 California Healthline6 days ago Ten Things Physicians Should Know about Nurse Practitioners  Physicians Practice21 hours ago

Dwindling doctor numbers will result in physician talent gap, study says

A decade from now there won't be enough primary care doctors in Minnesotato provide quality care if state and federal lawmakers don't make changes to current medical education policies, a new study says. The study, conducted for the Minnesota ...
 Twin Cities Business22 hours ago

Shared medical appointments show promise in primary care

But physicians leading group visits may benefit from training Share Tools Thus far, much of the research surrounding shared medical appointments (SMAs) involved specialties dealing with chronic conditions such as diabetes. SMAs may have a ...
 FiercePracticeManagement1 day ago
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