Supply of Physicians and Allied Health Providers Varies Across Large U.S. Markets

While much of the discussion about future provider needs has been grounded in the assumptions of population growth and aging demographics, it is essential to remember that demand for services is primarily a function of care trends and population shifts, which are market-specific. Understanding what is required to “fix” the provider shortage must begin with identifying which geographies have an oversupply or undersupply of providers by specialty, Trilliant Health reports. Read more.

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