For years, we’ve been educating primary care physicians about the latest treatments. Equal emphasis should now be placed on helping them navigate the current healthcare system.
Almost half of primary care physicians surveyed indicated they would retire immediately if they had the financial means to do so, according to a report released in November 2008 by The Physicians' Foundation. Trends for the last several years show a decline in the number of medical students selecting primary care over other clinical specialties. Diagnostic and therapeutic challenges faced by primary care physicians continue to increase, while the escalating requirements and expectations of ...
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