More not-so-good news for Pennsylvania: according to an article in the Times Tribune, Pennsylvania Medical Society officials are predicting a shortage of physicians in Pennsylvania in the foreseeable future.  Citing the Society’s recently released demographic report (See The State of Medicine in Pennsylvania), the article suggests that Pennsylvania could be short 10,000 doctors within 10 years.  Pennsylvania’s physician population is aging, with a large percentage of physicians approaching retirement age.  According to the article, 50% of Pennsylvania’s physicians are over the age of 50.