For 50 years, Title VII of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) has provided grants to support primary care clinician training as well as curriculum and faculty development. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) reauthorizes and expands these important tools to help support the training of family physicians.
Specifically, grants provided under Title VII’s Section 747 will continue to support traditional training for family physicians, while two new programs provide an alternative approach to primary care education:
Title VII Section 747 grants continue to be vital to family medicine, general internal medicine, general pediatrics, and physician assistants. In the years ahead, these grants will become even more important as the population ages and the demand for primary care increases.
That’s why the AAFP is gravely concerned about Congressional failures to provide adequate funding for the Title VII primary care training programs. We urge Congress to increase the level of funding for Title VII in fiscal year 2014 and ensure a sustained fiscal commitment to the program going forward.
Joint NNDUnited Letter to Congress Urging for Budget Sequestration Relief - February 18, 2015(51 page PDF)
HPNEC Joint Letter to Congress on FY2015 Title VII Appropriation - November 12, 2014(3 page PDF)
Testimony to the Senate Appropriations Committee on AAFP FY2015 Spending Priorities - April 29, 2014(3 page PDF)
AAFP Letter to Sen. Sanders on Expanding Primary Care Access & Workforce Act - April 8, 2014(1 page PDF)
HPNEC Joint Letter to Congress on 2015 Title VII Appropriations - March 27, 2014(1 page PDF)
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