Health is Primary: Charting a Path to Equity and Sustainability
Examines factors driving the downward trends in primary care, including fewer clinicians practicing primary care, fewer available appointments, lower spending on primary care, and fewer adults reporting that they have a usual source of primary care. Features a literature review, supply and demand analysis, and recommendations for potential solutions. Mentions rural throughout.
Alison Huffstetler, Ann Greiner, Anam Siddiqi, et al.
Primary Care Collaborative, Robert Graham Center
Access · Graduate medical education · Health workforce shortage designations · Health workforce supply and demand · Nurse practitioners and other advanced practice registered nurses · Physician assistants · Physicians · Primary care · Recruitment and retention of health professionals · Rural-urban differences · Social determinants of health · Statistics and data · Telehealth