A growing gap between the federal investment in physician training for adults compared to children is contributing to worsening pediatric workforce shortages. Children's hospitals ask Congress to provide $485 million for CHGME in FY 2022.
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2017 survey data show pediatric specialty shortages continue to affect children's ability to receive timely, appropriate care.
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We are pleased to see inclusion of multiple provisions that benefit children and families.
Children's hospitals are pleased to see today's progress on President Biden's domestic policy legislative framework.
We thank Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and his fellow Senate appropriators for allocating $375 million in FY 2022 funding for the CHGME program.
We have launched a national campaign highlighting the 'perfect storm' of COVID, RSV, mental health issues and staffing challenges that children's hospitals are facing.
The PATCH Act will support national investments in strengthening pediatric preparedness, including increasing critical care capacity, strengthening the pediatric workforce, and supporting telehealth technology and cybersecurity.
CMS issued the FY 2022 Medicare IPPS final rule.
Children's hospitals praise introduction of legislation that would authorize grants to support pediatric mental health care programs and services.
We thank Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., and her fellow House appropriators for allocating $400 million in FY 2022 funding for the CHGME program.
Multiple packages for COVID-19 relief have passed to date. Read more about them here.
Children's hospitals ask Congress to provide $485 million for CHGME in FY 2022.
HRSA released the CHGME program funding awards for FY 2020.
Pediatric providers call on Congress to provide relief funding and avoid policy changes that undermine the pediatric health care system.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the ACA's individual mandate and the entire law is unconstitutional.
CMS' released the FY 2021 Medicare Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) final rule.
The COVID-19 crisis emerged just as CHOC leaders and physicians were gearing up for the 2020 internship program.
We submitted updated comments to GWMI's revised CHGME QBS proposal.
The House Appropriations Committee passed the Labor Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee FY 2021 funding package.
We joined allied health care groups in sending a letter to congressional leaders urging the inclusion of the Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act in upcoming COVID-19 legislation.
We submitted testimony in support of $465 million for CHGME funding in FY 2021.
CHA has summarized important sections of the president's FY 2021 budget for children's hospitals, including proposals for Medicaid and CHGME.
Children's hospitals call on Congress to instead strengthen our investment in children’s health.
The recent spending deal delays Medicaid DSH cuts and funds CHGME.
Children’s hospitals are working to attract and recruit tomorrow’s health care workers through educational programs and internships.
PedsAcademy accounts for the patient’s diagnosis and treatment to make lesson plans interesting and doable.
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