Because of changes in the health care system, the hospital has become less suitable as the primary focus of graduate medical education for primary care physicians. However, the current system of financing health care education and services makes it difficult to accomplish the needed shift to training in primary care ambulatory settings. This book suggests ways of lowering financial barriers to primary care training in ambulatory settings.
Table of Contents
|1. Concerns About Primary Care Residency Trainin||15-34|
|2. Costs and Revenues for Primary Care Residencies in Ambulatory Settings||35-50|
|3. Options and Recommendations||51-64|
|Appendix A: Workshop Program and Proceedings||65-142|
|The Cost of Graduate Medical Education in Outpatient Settings||144-172|
|Financing of Medical and Graduate Medical Education: Issues in Primary Care Education Support||173-196|
|Financing Graduate Medical Education in Primary Care: Options for Change||197-229|
|Financing Primary Care Residency Training: Examples and Lessons from Successful Programs||230-267|
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