“Oklahoma, Already Short on Doctors, Could See a Big Increase in Demand in 2014″
Filed by KOSU News in State Impact.
August 20, 2012
The Affordable Care Act could mean hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans will have insurance coverage. And they’ll need primary doctors, which Oklahoma — near the bottom of the list of physicians per capita — is short on.
“Where our shortcomes are, we’re probably one of the least prepared states for health care reform. And we know one of those reasons to be a shortage of physicians,” Casey Shrumm of OSU’s Center for Health Sciences tells KOSU.
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