Performance Improvement 2009. Graduate Medical Education: What Are We Paying For?


This study examined the current state of graduate medical education (GME) in the United States . It compiled quantitative data on the financing of GME and resident population demographics. Based on site visits to five academic medical centers, the report described the system of GME financing, administration, and oversight from the perspective of the institutions that train medical residents. The report examined Medicare's role in supporting GME.

Report Title: Graduate Medical Education: What Are We Paying For?
Agency Sponsor: ASPE-OHP, Office of Health Policy
Federal Contact: Lee Wilson, 202-690-6051
Performer: National Opinion Research Center
PIC ID: 8293

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