Director's Corner

Papinicolas et al recently highlighted the link between ‘pricing’ in U.S. health care and higher costs of care than other nations, but also used inaccurate workforce estimates to challenge the notion that a proportionally small primary care physician workforce might also be to blame. See our response in this JAMA article»(jamanetwork.com)

Unfortunately, media coverage of the article focused on the erroneous workforce estimates and suggested that the article busts ‘myths(www.vox.com)’ about primary care shortage.

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