The primary care workforce will be the next frontier in delivering health care in the coming decades.
That’s according to a new report from Next Big Futures, a think tank that’s trying to change the way we think about health care.
The research suggests that by 2025, health care will become the largest sector in the economy, surpassing retailing and other services that rely on sales, manufacturing and financial services.
The report, titled Primary Care, is available at Next BigFuture.com.
The authors found that primary care is currently a relatively underutilized sector in terms of primary care providers, accounting for just 4 percent of the U.S. workforce.
But that’s expected to change by 2025.
The number of primary health care providers is projected to rise from about 15,000 today to 30,000 by 2025 and by 40,000 in 2030, according to the report.
The primary health service sector has seen a steady rise in employment, and now has more than 3.5 million jobs in the United States.
But there are some key challenges.
According to the study, primary care will be one of the most underutilization sectors, with fewer than 1.6 million primary care workers, or 0.1 percent of all primary care doctors.
That number is expected to grow to 2.5 percent by 2025 if current trends continue.
And there are significant barriers to primary care growth in the U