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Specifically, according to the study, a cumulative shortfall of almost 850 primary care physicians is projected for the Minnesota workforce by 2024 because of the lack of annual growth in Minnesota's graduate medical education programs, including residency or clinical training positions.
Under the plan, MD and DO graduates who meet the prerequisite competencies can access any graduate medical education program or transfer from one accredited program to another without being required to repeat parts of their training.
As chairman, Holroyd will be responsible for administrative functions on both the clinical and academic operations of the department including development of a graduate medical education program in psychiatry.
Another $570,000 cut from the Graduate Medical Education program will affect 15 independent primary care residency programs and 309 residents.
With advanced diagnostic and treatment technology, and modern facilities for medical, surgical, dental and obstetrical care, it will also house one of the largest graduate medical education programs in the country.
5 million in FICA taxes paid and withheld from medical residents participating in the hospital's Graduate Medical Education Program (GMEP).
Under the federal graduate medical education program, schools are required to have affiliation agreements, and LSU does not have any with those new facilities.
Over the past two decades, graduate medical education programs (GME) decreased their number of enrollees based on recommendations from the Graduate Medical Education National Advisory Committee (GMENAC).