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Anticipated Shortages of Physicians. Comparisons between Family Medicine and Ob-Gyn. William F. Rayburn MD, MBA Professor and Chair, Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynecology University of New Mexico. Consultant, Workforce Studies and Planning American Congress of Obstetricians & Gynecologists.

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Anticipated Shortages of Physicians

Comparisons betweenFamily Medicine and Ob-Gyn

William F. Rayburn MD, MBA

Professor and Chair, Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynecology

University of New Mexico

Consultant, Workforce Studies and Planning

American Congress of Obstetricians & Gynecologists


Objectives

After today’s session, the participant will gain more knowledge in comparing between family medicine and general ob-gyn for:

  • Pursuit of residencies

  • Resident demographics

  • Residency graduates

  • Demographics of practitioners

  • Access to care

  • Consequences of shortages


American College of Surgeons

  • General surgery

  • Obstetrics and gynecology

  • Orthopedics

  • Otolaryngology

  • Opthalmology

  • Neurosurgery

  • Urology

  • Plastic surgery


Data Sets

AAMC

Association of American Medical Colleges

ACOG

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

AHA

American Hospital Association

Merritt Hawkins Search Firm

NRMP

National Resident Matching Program

U.S. Census Bureau


Percent U.S. Medical Graduates and Specialty Salary

AAMC


Residency Programs, 2011

NRMP


Ob-Gyn Residents and Programs

NRMP


Female Residents in Accredited Programs

NRMP


African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Residents in Accredited Programs

NRMP


Hispanic Residents in Accredited Programs

NRMP


Gyn Procedures Performed by Residents

ACOG


Active Physicians Practicing in Same State as Residency Training

AAMC


Trends in Graduates from Residency Programs in Ob-Gyn

AAMC


Patients in the General Population

Per Active Physician


Specialties With the Largest Numbers of Active Physicians


per 10,000 women

ACOG


Densities of Ob-Gyns

per 10,000 women

per 10,000 women

ACOG


Active Female Physicians by Medical Specialty, 2007

AAMC


Average Age at Which Fellows

Stop Practicing Obstetrics

ACOG


Hospitals with Maternity Services

AHA


Hospitals with Maternity Services

60-Minute Drive

AHA

USCB


Hospitals with Maternity Services

30-Minute Drive

AHA

USCB


Mean Ages of Male/Female Fellows at ACOG

ACOG


Age Intervals of the Fellows of ACOG

ACOG


Active Physicians Aged 55 Years or Older Categorized by Medical Specialty, 2007

AAMC


Change in Number of Active Physicians

1996-2006

AAMC


Physician Revenue by Payment Source

MH


Topics Assessed at a Typical Women’s Annual Visit

ACOG


Wait Times Before Next Well-Woman Gynecologic Examination

MH


Ten Most Sought After Physicians

MH


ACOG


Advanced Ob-Gyn Training


Nonphysician Practitioners

ACOG


Visits to Retail Clinics

Claims: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey

National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 2007


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