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  •  there are provisions in PPACA (3+ / 0-)
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    jim bow, Eclectablog, SoCalSal

    for funding and supporting medical training.

    Health Workforce.....6

    Overview and Impact of PPACA.....6

    National Health Service Corps.....7

    Sec. 10503. Community Health Center Fund.....9

    Sec. 5508(b). Counting Teaching Time Towards Service Obligation .....9

    Sec. 10501(n). Part-Time Service, Loan Repayment, Teaching .....9

    Sec. 5602. Designating Medically Underserved Populations and HPSAs .....9

    Sec. 10908. Loan Repayment Tax Exclusion.....10

    Physician Workforce .....10

    Sec. 5201. Federally Supported Student Loan Funds .....10

    Sec. 5301. Primary Care Training and Enhancement.....11

    Sec. 5203. Pediatric Specialist Loan Repayment Program.....11

    Sec. 5508(a) and (c). Teaching Health Centers.....11

    Sec. 10501(l). Rural Physician Training Grants.....12

    Sec. 10502. Hospital Construction Grants.....13

    Dental Workforce.....13

    Sec. 5303. Training in General, Pediatric, and Public Health Dentistry .....13

    Sec. 5304. Alternative Dental Health Care Provider Demonstration.....14

    Nursing Workforce.....14

    Sec. 5202. Nursing Student Loan Program.....15

    Sec. 5308. Advanced Nursing Education Grants.....15

    Sec. 5309. Nurse Education, Practice, and Retention Grants.....15

    Sec. 5310. Student Loan Repayment and Scholarship Program......15

    Sec. 5311. Nurse Faculty Loan Program.....16

    Sec. 5302. Training Opportunities for Direct Care Workers.....17

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    by Cedwyn on Thu Jul 15, 2010 at 06:59:10 AM PDT

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    •  That does not address the issue of cost.. (0+ / 0-)

      Yes it is wonderful if there is a increase in finanical aid to study medicine, but if the cost of that education is not reduced, then we the taxpayers will foot the bill for those grants at the same costs we see now.  So where do any savings to the public come in? I'm not saying that it might not be good policy to train doctors on the goverment dime, but I really don't see that concept getting very far in the United States.

      Now whoa whoa whoa right there spinach chin!

      by Borg Warner on Thu Jul 15, 2010 at 07:15:51 AM PDT

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