An oversupply of physicians in many urban regions contrasts with continuing problems of access in rural and inner-city areas. Why does the mal-distribution of physicians persist in spite of the number of physicians graduated?
At the point when there is either the surplus of the shortage in the sort of doctor required to result
In what ways have each of the following affected the costs of health care in the U.S.?
- The health insurance industry
- Advances in medical technology
- Changes in U.S. demographics
- Government support for health care
- Consumer expectations
In what ways does assuring quality in the long-term care industry pose special challenges to regulators and consumers?