The Impact of Health Care Reform on Graduate Medical Education Reimbursement

In this article, “The Impact of Health Care Reform on Graduate Medical Education Reimbursement,” published on July 16, 2010, in BNA’s Medicare Report, Mintz Levin attorneys Andrew Roth and Nili Yolin discuss the graduate medical education provisions in The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), including the resident cap redistribution program and the new calculations for resident time for Medicare GME reimbursement purposes, and explain how these changes may allow teaching hospitals and academic medical centers to benefit from the greater Medicare GME reimbursement rates that go along with an increase to their resident slots.

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