Expanding Physician Access
As COVID made clear, America’s physician shortage can be a matter of life and death. By allowing qualified internationally-trained physicians to practice in underserved communities without having to spend years repeating their residencies, states can increase healthcare access, particularly in rural counties and in primary care, and fix rising physician shortages by allowing additional skilled physicians to work.
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Overview of a pathway to practice for foreign-trained physicians
Thank you to Joe Lonsdale, Judge Glock, Sebastian Caliri, and Clay Spence for…
Olympians Trust International Doctors: Can They Help Reduce The U.S. Physician Shortage?
When Carly Margulies drops into the Olympic halfpipe finals for Team USA after…
Russia’s doctors need new homes: Why not America?
America has long welcomed the world’s tired, poor, huddled masses. Yet we also…
How to Help End Rural America’s Physician Shortage
Physician shortages in rural America are sustaining. To help fix this, states should…
Addressing Medical Residency Concerns
Next March, medical students across the country will again open envelopes disclosing where,…