SPOTLIGHT: Reform continues to rachet up pressure on primary care

The idea isn't new--critics have been warning that reform would explode the demand for primary-care physicians--but the closer the country gets to a finalized reform bill, the scarier things look. If the Obama Administration succeeds in bringing 50 million people into the insurance fold, nobody knows how primary-care physicians will meet the demand. Article

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