New York hospitals paid to teach fewer physicians.

CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne

PubMedID: 9361648

Korcok M. New York hospitals paid to teach fewer physicians. CMAJ. 1997;157(9):1263-4.
In order to reduce the number of physicians being trained in the US, teaching hospitals in New York are going to be paid not to train residents. Participating hospitals will cut the number of residents they train by up to 25%, but for a time will be paid as if they are still teaching a full complement of trainees. Up to 400 residency positions will be cut annually under the plan.