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California's "Solution" To Its Doctor Shortage

NormRx Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 7:51 AM
I am a retired pharmaceutical salesman. I have taken college courses in pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry, medical terminology, ethics, government regulations, biology and a number of others. I have also studied the endocrine, nervous, reproductive, cardiovascular, and the digestive system. Do you think I could move to California and get a license to practice?

California has been at the forefront of ObamaCare implementation, but state lawmakers are facing a major obstacle: There aren’t enough doctors in the state to treat the expected influx of newly-insured patients.

A government council has recommended a physician-to-population ratio of 60 to 80 primary care doctors per 100,000 residents. Only 16 of California’s 58 counties reach this recommended supply of primary care physicians.

With ObamaCare, it’s only going to get worse.

The huge influx of newly-insured patients with ObamaCare is not the only reason for this lack of doctors. In a recent