Medical students recently celebrated “Match Day,” when aspiring doctors learn where they’ll be spending the next few years in residency to complete their training.

America needs many more physicians — as many as 86,000 by 2036, according to projections released this week by the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Policymakers can help plug that gap by easing regulatory burdens that keep qualified, internationally trained physicians from practicing in the United States.

Click to read the full article in the Washington Examiner.

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