Wis. not as likely to face doctor shortage as other states might following health care reforms

  • Article by: DINESH RAMDE , Associated Press
  • Updated: June 22, 2013 - 4:00 PM

MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin has done a better job of holding onto its primary care physicians than most other states have, and new programs for aspiring doctors have positioned the state to weather a possible shortage when the national health care overhaul takes effect next year.

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maverick30usJun. 22, 13 6:46 PM

Let me see...what has Minnesota done...absolutely nothing. Going to be fun with a shortage of doctors. Enjoy the wait if you can find a doctor.

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