Texas lawmakers invested millions of additional dollars in the 2013 legislative sessions to address a looming physician shortage, and plans for two new medical schools have been approved by voters and university regents. But the Texas medical community remains concerned that the state has no long-term solution to produce enough doctors to support the surging population.
Despite additional dollars, Texas doctor shortage hard to fix
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