Examines regional and state variations in primary care supply, physicians' acceptance of new patients, and capacity to meet increased demand from Medicaid's expansion. Considers policy implications, including reimbursement and scope-of-practice issues.
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Title: State Variation in Primary Care Physician Supply: Implications for Health Reform Medicaid Expansions
Publication date 2011-03-17
Publication Year 2011
Peter J. Cunningham
Center for Studying Health System Change
North America / United States
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