|Title||Meeting Wisconsin's Needs for Primary Health Care Providers: A Report to the Citizens of Wisconsin|
|Summary||In June 1995, the Consortium for Primary Care in Wisconsin convened a workforce forum to address issues related to the supply and demand for primary care providers in the state. The initial charge to the forum was to develop a primary care workforce plan to address issues related to the supply (numbers, type, distribution) and demand for primary care providers in the state. During the course of its work, the forum expanded its initial charge to include attention to: 1) ways in which a rapidly changing market is forcing reconsideration of how a workforce is produced to meet demands and 2) the special needs of underserved populations.|
Medically underserved areas -- Wisconsin -- Statistics.
Midwives -- Supply and demand -- Wisconsin.
Nurse practitioners -- Supply and demand -- Wisconsin.
Physicians -- Supply and demand -- Wisconsin.
Physicians' assistants -- Supply and demand -- Wisconsin.
|Source||Roderick S. Hooker|
|Physical Description||iii, 20 p.; 28 cm.|