HHS awards $130M in grants to boost health care workforce

09/20/2010 | Healthcare IT News

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced on Sept. 17 $130.8 million in federal grants to expand the health care workforce, including $50.5 million to support health IT training. "An adequate health care workforce is the linchpin for reforming our health care system to ensure greater access, improve the quality of health care and cut overall costs in the long term," Sebelius said.

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