Medical Education/Teaching Hospitals

To help streamline and standardize the residency verification process and meet hospital credentialing needs, the AHA, in partnership with other national organizations, has developed templates to provide the necessary information to meet credentialing needs while reducing the need for program…
The AHA and other national health care organizations May 16 sent a letter to Senate and House appropriations leaders requesting $758 million in funding for the Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education program for fiscal year 2025, an increase over prior funding allocations
AHA, others urge congress to increase funding for the Children's Hospitals Graduate Medical Education program.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Nov. 15 allocated 200 new Medicare-funded residency slots to 100 teaching hospitals in health professional shortage areas with the greatest need, as defined in the inpatient prospective payment system final rule for fiscal year 2022.
There are nine days until the end of the federal fiscal year, and none of the 12 annual appropriations bills necessary to fund the federal government have been enacted.
Health Services Research, the flagship publication of AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust and an official journal of AcademyHealth, invites researchers to submit through July 31 abstracts highlighting scientific contributions and real-world impacts emanating from learning health systems.
The House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee yesterday passed 17 health-related bills, including legislation that would reauthorize the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act, Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Program, and key programs within the Substance Use-Disorder…
Since 2009, Allegheny General Hospital has permitted potential future medical students to observe live open heart surgeries performed by its surgeons.
We urge Congress to increase the number of Medicare-supported GME residency positions. The AHA supports the bipartisan Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act of 2021 (H.R.2256/S.834) which adds 14,000 Medicare-funded residency slots over the next seven years.