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HANYS Study: Gloomy Forecast on Physician Shortage

Released January 24, 2012:

Hospitals across the state are facing a serious physician shortage that is expected to worsen as the pace of pysician departures and retirements accelerates, and hospitals are having problems recruiting new doctors, according to a new report by the Healthcare Association of New York States (HANYS).

Read the HANYS press release, then click through to the full report on the HANYS website.

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