JAMA Forum: Too Few Generalist Physicians Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Too Many Specialits

A recently released article in Washington Monthly, “First Teach No Harm,” takes a hard look at the educational system producing our physician workforce. It notes we train too few generalists, and and also suggests we have too many specialists.

But do we? I address this in my latest post at the JAMA forum. Go read!

@aaronecarroll

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