You can have the local hospital (usually state funded) pay for your nursing school if you stay X number of years. The problem now is that nurses need Bachelor degrees (usually in nursing) to remain employed. You can't just take a year long nursing school course/test and that's it, you need to be constantly getting education or you will be cast out.I wonder if, after this is done, the government would pay people to get medical degrees. I would sign up for a few years of indentured servitude in exchange for a free ride through nursing school.
The US is running on the edge of having not enough doctors coming into the system as the average age of doctors is slowly heading into the 50s not the 30s:
What is the average age of a doctor? As of 2018, the largest distribution of U.S. physicians was between the ages of 55 and 65 years old.
You don't want to churn out more doctors that don't have experience as you will end up with shitty doctors who don't know their asshole from their elbow.
What we will see is more Artificial Intelligence taking over the menial work that medical staff can do in diagnostic so 1 Doctor can cover more patients after the machine does it's diagnostics. You'll probably see a nurse hook you into a device and then spit out a recommendation, a doctor in some remote facility reviews the notes, approves the pills, and the patient leaves.
Technology will solve the limitation in humans not learning fast enough or taking away the tedium.