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Who Wants a Career in Internal Medicine? Fewer Do

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    It seems fewer and fewer physicians want to go into internal medicine, with a recent study showing only two percent of 4th-year medical students elect to enter this field. Kurt Mosley, Vice President of Business Development for Merritt, Hawkins & Associates, the largest physician search and consulting firm in the country with more than two decades in the business, tells the Chicago Tribune's Bruce Japsen about the trend away from internal medicine, despite the national movement toward finding patients a medical home and the continued emphasis by policy makers on the importance of primary care medicine. 

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    It seems fewer and fewer physicians want to go into internal medicine, with a recent study showing only two percent of 4th-year medical students elect to enter this field. Kurt Mosley, Vice President of Business Development for Merritt, Hawkins & Associates, the largest physician search and consulting firm in the country with more than two decades in the business, tells the Chicago Tribune's Bruce Japsen about the trend away from internal medicine, despite the national movement toward finding patients a medical home and the continued emphasis by policy makers on the importance of primary care medicine. 

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