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Access to primary care physicians getting tougher, report finds

July 26, 2010

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Massachusetts has the highest ratio of doctors per person in the country, but that doesn’t mean its residents can find a primary care physician who is accepting new patients. It got harder to secure a slot after 2006, according to one of three reports on health care released by the state last week. (Full article: 852 words)

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