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Where Do Physicians Train Investigating Public And Private Institutional Pipelines

Author: Michelle M. Washko, John E. Snyder, George Zangaro
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Where a physician is educated—in a public or a private institution—affects his or her practice choices, including the likelihood of choosing a career in primary care. It is important to monitor the educational pipeline for physicians to ensure that a robust cadre of professionals is entering the health care workforce from public-sector institutions to meet the growing demand for primary care providers.

Where a physician is educated—in a public or a private institution—affects his or her practice choices, including the likelihood of choosing a career in primary care. It is important to monitor the educational pipeline for physicians to ensure that a robust cadre of professionals is entering the health care workforce from public-sector institutions to meet the growing demand for primary care providers.

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