Reps propose bill to increase GME slots for physician training

03/27/2013 | Health Data Management

About 15,000 new graduate medical education spots would be made available under a bill proposed by Reps. Allyson Schwartz, D-Pa., and Aaron Schock, R-Ill., to help alleviate the U.S. doctor shortage. The Training Tomorrow's Doctors Today Act would enable the HHS secretary to provide 3,000 new openings yearly for five years and would institute restrictions to ensure rural hospitals can compete for slots.

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