Health Reform Covers More Children, But Who Will Care for Them?



A major selling point for health reform legislation is that it promises to improve care and access for children. But one nagging problem that isn’t resolved is the shortage of pediatric specialty physicians, says Jim Kaufman, vice president for public policy for the National Association of Children’s Hospitals.


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