The Lure of Specialty Medicine Pulls Nurse Practitioners From Primary Care

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Increasingly, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are joining cardiology, dermatology, and other specialty practices, broadening their skills and increasing their income. This development worries some people who track the health workforce, because current trends suggest primary care, soon might not be able to rely on them to mitigate the physician shortage. The post The Lure of Specialty Medicine Pulls Nurse Practitioners From Primary Care appeared first on MedCity News.

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