Medical schools are turning out too many specialists, too few primary care physicians
A basic tenet of the Affordable Care Act is preventive care: Get people into the health care system before disease or disability set in.
But that's highlighting a problem with our medical education system. Medical schools are turning out too many specialists and not enough primary care physicians. Cynthia Canty spoke with Dr. William Strampel, dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University.