Originally published at: REPORT: American Doctors FLEE INDUSTRY Over Bureaucracy, Shortages by 2030 | Sean Hannity
The United States healthcare system is facing new challenges as the nation struggles under Obamacare’s burdensome regulations, with many doctors “changing careers” over mounting costs and increasing uncertainty.
According to a new report from NBC News, New York University unveiled its new policy of “tuition free” medical school for all incoming students; hoping to lure prospective doctors amid a growing crisis.
Recently released data by the American Medical Colleges Association showed the United States will face a doctor shortage of 42,600 by 2030.
The stunning report blames the impending shortage on the growth of more lucrative high-tech jobs, escalating financial burdens, a bloated bureaucracy, and increasing uncertainty surrounding the future of Obamacare.
“There are definitely fewer people going to [med school] and more going into careers like engineering,” said an industry insider. “Graduating med school doesn’t mean you’ll get into a residency."
Read the full report here.