Michigan health insurance has a statewide shortage of primary care doctors, particularly in Detroit and Michigan. To make matters worse, almost fifty percent say they will retire in 10 years or less. The government has stepped in and is now reimbursing medical school loans for doctors willing to take positions in the most needy areas.
Hopefuls for Michigan health insurance through ObamaCare will still leave a minimum of 18 million people who won’t qualify for help under the current proposals. Therefore, the struggle will continue even if the reform is approved. There will still be a shortage of physicians. Internships from colleges are making plans to funnel in students to help with this dilemma.