Trends Toward Greater Doctor Shortage Worry State Legislators

New Jersey policymakers looking to address a looming shortage of doctors in the state need to act quickly, as the problem appears to be getting worse and more quickly than predicted. More of the state’s medical residents are planning to leave the…

Posted: September 25th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Amy Handlin, Caroline Casagrande, Health Care, News, NJNewsCommons, RePost | Tags: , , , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Trends Toward Greater Doctor Shortage Worry State Legislators”

  1. Better raise property taxes!!! said at 12:40 pm on September 25th, 2013:

    Well clearly the only solution is for Trenton to continue to raise property taxes! Because doctors LOVE to be over regulated and have as much of their money taxed from them as possible. In fact, every doctor I know is so generous that whatever income they have that isn’t taxed away from them by Trenton, they donate to insurance companies… and pay taxes on those donations too!

    Go ahead, keep not talking about property taxes and divert to anything else….

  2. Lonegan Ad Blasts ObamaCare | The Save Jersey Blog said at 11:08 am on September 26th, 2013:

    […] ad hits on one of the law’s least popular effects; New Jersey is already facing a building physician shortage which the President’s healthcare law will exacerbate in the coming months and […]

  3. WaaaWaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaaah said at 11:12 am on September 26th, 2013:

    I am glad to see that some NJ politicians are looking to prevent problems before they grow beyond control. I applaud this, great job!