Abortion providers are concentrated in city centers, which leaves rural areas with provider shortages.
"When you're a loved one waiting for that information; that's heart-breaking."
Especially in the South.
In today's rapidly changing American health care system, one problem -- a critical shortage of doctors -- threatens to dwarf all other concerns.
It has been over four years signed ACA (originally PPAHCA; colloquially Obamacare) was signed into Law. Why is there at least as much controversy and outright anger today as there was prior to March 23, 2010? There are at least seven reasons why the ACA pot keeps boiling over.
Starting a new school is an expensive proposition, which may explain the modest number that have opened in the past decade. But now the private sector may be coming to the rescue by creating proprietary -- or profit-making -- schools to train physicians.
All of us as patients would do well to make informed decisions about the providers we see based on the fit between their established qualifications and our needs -- not knee-jerk reactions to their titles.
That veterans have to wait excessively to be treated is not the fault of the VA. The real reason is that that there is a shortage of doctors and not only for veterans but for the whole country.
“People are still learning about their new benefit,” said Bill Wagner, executive director of Family Health Centers. “We anticipate
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"Rural communities are underserved generally in health care," Weitz said. "And, if you're trying to find an abortion provider