The Health Care Newsletter - November 2009



1. Openers

2. Ask for Healthcare Workers

3. Health Care News Bytes

4. The ABC’s of Healthcare Immigration – Health Care Worker Certification

5. House and Senate Bills Propose to Increase U.S. Physician Residency Positions

6. Primary Care Physician Shortage

7. Specialty Physicians Also Needed

8. Health Care Reform Bill Will Not Allow Open Access to Illegal Immigrants

9. OT and PT Degree Requirements for H-1B Status Clarified

10. Articles Report on Nurse Staffing Shortages

11. Californians Seek Medical Care Across the Border

12. Texas Firm Creates Staffing Agency to Address Nursing Shortage

13. Illegal Immigrants Do Not Burden U.S. Health Care System

14. Underserved U.S. Territory to Hire Foreign Physicians

15. New Jersey Program Aims to Help Immigrants Receive Better Health Care

16. Chart Of Nurse Licensing Requirements By State

17. State 30 Physician Waiver Chart

18. Physician National Interest Waiver Chart

19. Physician Job Center

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