squiddy Wrote:
Nov 15, 2012 11:16 AM
They're already doing this for primary care specialties - if you choose a primary care specialty, and agree to work in under-served areas for a number of years, you can get educated for "free." Needless to say, few choose this. Of course, the more the government distorts the market, the more they'll have to intervene, and distort it yet more. Look for more government programs / mandates to "fix" the problems they're creating.