Team-based care may hold promise for physician shortages

01/11/2013 | BeckersASC.com

A team-based approach that assigns patients to two or three doctors and shifting one-fifth of patient demand to nonphysician personnel may help relieve physician shortages, according to new research. Increased electronic communication may also play a role. The findings were published in Health Affairs.

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