Report: GME program shows value of community-based training

03/8/2013 | AAFP News Now

A report in Academic Medicine says the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program to train more primary care residents at community-based ambulatory care centers will affect health care training and workforce policies in the future. Lead author Candice Chen, M.D., of George Washington University, said including the program in the Affordable Care Act also shows the national interest in primary care and community-based training.

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