In the future, physician assistants like Jim Love could could be playing a bigger role in primary care. Julie Rovner/NPR hide caption

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Midlevel Providers Fill Primary Care Doctors' Shoes

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Future Of Primary Care? Some Say 'Medical Home'

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Dr. Cathy Crute, who has her own practice in Maine, says she brings a personal touch to primary care. Emilie Sommer for NPR hide caption

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Bucking The Trend: Primary Care Doc Practices Solo

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