'Country Doctor of the Year' Embraces Challenges of Rural Medicine



Robert Bosl, MD, has for the past 33 years served about 2,500 patients around the town of Starbuck, MN. This annual award recognizes what is right in rural healthcare delivery, but it also inadvertently shows us much of what is wrong.



1 comments on "'Country Doctor of the Year' Embraces Challenges of Rural Medicine"
Ron Pion MD (12/5/2013 at 12:06 PM)

Utilizing Zoom.us could remove many of the scheduled visits to the office and hospital. Insurance companies and government are moving in that direction. Skilled nurse practitioners can ease the MDs work load.

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