The Problem: Doctor shortage, increased demand could crash health care system…CNN

Emergency Room Visits Studies show as much as 70% of all doctor office and emergency room visits are unnecessary and could be resolved with a consultation with a doctor by phone or email. The expense associated with these visits is being passed to payers, creating an opportunity for companies offering efficient healthcare

Physician Shortage According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), unless something changes rapidly, there will be a shortage of 45,000 primary care doctors in the United States (as well as a shortfall of 46,000 specialists) by 2020.


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