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Every year, more and more graduating medical students are not matching. This is a huge problem not only for these medical students who are without jobs, but also for America’s growing physician shortage. Learn more at savegme.org.
The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 capped residency slots at 100,000. As more students graduate from medical school, there are many left unmatched and without the proper training to become practicing physicians. So, how will America address the physician shortage? Learn more...

Sherry Glied, PhD, on Risks of Healthcare Reform

On the Brink: Healthcare Reform Puts These 3 Groups at Risk

Sherry Glied, PhD, Dean, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, assesses the 3 groups that are most at risk in our evolving healthcare system: the providers, the patients who depend on the new reforms, and the middle...