Medical education model may reduce physician shortage

01/21/2013 | American Medical News (free content)

The Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program has provided valuable training for electronic health record utilization, team-based care and quality improvement, researchers report in Academic Medicine. The program provides up to $230 million over five years to train more medical residents in community-based centers to help curb physician shortages in underserved communities.

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