TWIB: UMass Medical and the economy

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May 1, 2011, 8:36 pm
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(This Week In Business) - UMass Medical School in Worcester doesn't just train doctors and scientists. You might say it's an institution that provides a steady heart beat for the economy of Worcester.
 
With 6,800 employees and revenues of $1 billion, we thought it would be worth checking in with chancellor Michael Collins to see what's new at the school. He talks about a major building project at the institution, along with how the school is addressing the primary care doctor shortage. Plus, the role of UMass Medical on the economy of Central Massachusetts.

Tags: economy, TWIB, doctors, This Week in Business , primary care doctor shortage, Michael Collins
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