Senators Concerned Budget Doesn’t Increase Children’s Hospital GME

By Dorothy Mills-Gregg / June 10, 2021 at 7:20 PM
The Biden administration’s proposed budget goes against the last six years of precedent by not increasing the children’s hospital graduate medical education levels from this year’s enacted budget, Senate Appropriations subcommittee on HHS ranking Republican Roy Blunt (MO) said during a budget hearing Wednesday (June 9). Biden’s HHS is proposing to maintain this year’s enacted $350 million budget for children’s hospital GME into fiscal year 2022 and support the same number of physicians at 7,760. Congress has been steadily increasing...

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