The U.S. health care reform bill, while providing some workforce training funds, is not expected to alleviate shortages of primary care physicians, advanced practice nurses or nursing faculty in Southeast Michigan anytime soon, according to the deans of the medical and nursing schools at Wayne State University in Detroit.
Reform adds some financial assistance to increase physician, nurse workforce
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