Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians

Howard K. Rabinowitz, Stephen M. Petterson, James G. Boulger, Matthew L. Hunsaker, Fred W. Markham, James J. Diamond, Andrew W. Bazemore, Robert L. Phillips

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Abstract

Health insurance expansion expected from the Affordable Care Act is likely to exacerbate the long-standing and critical shortage of rural and primary care physicians over the next decade. Comprehensive medical school rural programs, from which most graduates ultimately enter primary care disciplines and serve rural areas, offer policy makers an interesting potential solution.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages1
JournalAmerican Family Physician
Volume84
Issue number12
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011

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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Family Physicians
Primary Care Physicians
Health Insurance
Administrative Personnel
Medical Schools
Primary Health Care

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Rabinowitz, H. K., Petterson, S. M., Boulger, J. G., Hunsaker, M. L., Markham, F. W., Diamond, J. J., ... Phillips, R. L. (2011). Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians. American Family Physician, 84(12).

Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians. / Rabinowitz, Howard K.; Petterson, Stephen M.; Boulger, James G.; Hunsaker, Matthew L.; Markham, Fred W.; Diamond, James J.; Bazemore, Andrew W.; Phillips, Robert L.

In: American Family Physician, Vol. 84, No. 12, 01.01.2011.

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Rabinowitz, HK, Petterson, SM, Boulger, JG, Hunsaker, ML, Markham, FW, Diamond, JJ, Bazemore, AW & Phillips, RL 2011, 'Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians', American Family Physician, vol. 84, no. 12.
Rabinowitz HK, Petterson SM, Boulger JG, Hunsaker ML, Markham FW, Diamond JJ et al. Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians. American Family Physician. 2011 Jan 1;84(12).
Rabinowitz, Howard K. ; Petterson, Stephen M. ; Boulger, James G. ; Hunsaker, Matthew L. ; Markham, Fred W. ; Diamond, James J. ; Bazemore, Andrew W. ; Phillips, Robert L. / Comprehensive medical school rural programs produce rural family physicians. In: American Family Physician. 2011 ; Vol. 84, No. 12.
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