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Simplifying the Credentialing Process - Getting Paid

Should You Treat Yourself, Family or Friends? - Feature

So How Are You Doing? - The Last Word

How to Defuse an Exploding Physician - The Last Word

Finding the Perfect Job - Feature

Does Primary Care Need Medicare? - Opinion

A New Epidemic: Administrative Fibrillation - The Last Word

Eight Ways to Improve Your Relationships - Balancing Act

Physician Workforce: Legal Immigrants Will Extend Baby Boom Demands - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers

Physician Distribution and Access: Priorities for Physician Workforce Policy - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers

ABSTRACT: Most Primary Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) exceed federal population-to-physician designation criteria, yet struggle to maintain access to primary care physicians. Policy options for recruiting and retaining primary care physicians to HPSAs, and new HPSA criteria that support access to primary care practices, should be considered.

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