WHA Report: Wisconsin physician shortfall will surpass 2,000 by 2030

The Wisconsin Hospital Association is calling for significant changes to the state's medical education and training system in order to address a physician shortfall that's expected to reach more than 2,000 by 2030. Recommendations from a report released this morning by the hospital association include building a third medical school, opening a satellite campus of one of the state's existing schools, and increasing residency spots. (WHN, 11/29)
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