Minnesotans don't have to sacrifice health care quality in order to control costs; however, for the state's hospitals and medical centers to continue delivering high-quality health care at an efficient value - relative to the rest of the country - state policymakers and health administrators must find ways to increase the number of well-trained, dedicated and caring primary care medical professionals. This is becoming increasingly difficult, as general practice physicians are becoming a scarce commodity in Minnesota and across the nation, especially in rural counties.

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