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Across Maryland, a growing number of physicians are due to retire over the next decade. And many observers worry that there’s a shortage of medical students in the pipeline to take their place. We’ll look at the possible implications of the statewide staffing crunch, and what can be done.
- Cal Pierson President, Maryland Hospital Association
- Edward Salsberg Director, Center for Workforce Studies at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC); Senior Associate Vice President, AAMC.
- Blair Eig Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs, Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring
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