Physician assistants are helping to fill the many holes in the U.S. healthcare system, providing tests, counseling and other basic care when a doctor is unavailable. They expect to get busier as healthcare reform starts making it easier for people to pay for medical care.
Physician assistants fill in at the fringes of healthcare
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