With continued population aging trends, low annual birth rate, and expected health insurance expansion, it is vital that physician workforce policy be aimed at meeting population needs to deliver optimal primary care. To better understand trends in the primary care physician workforce, we have examined the growth of family physicians, general pediatricians, and general internists providing direct patient care.
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