The future of the general medicine specialist is in fact bright, but it will require a significant effort on an individual, professional, and societal level.
If the former, then only modest, incremental policies may be needed to expand coverage at the edges and to lower out-of-pocket costs. If the latter, then more ambitious policies to fundamentally change how health care is financed, delivered, and covered would be needed.
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