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84th Texas Legislature
Direct primary care
Physician workforce, medical education, & GME
> Primary care preceptorship programs work to build the physician workforce Texas needs
During the 84th Texas Legislature, the Primary Care Coalition says the state needs to restore fuding to the Texas Primary Care Preceptorship Programs so that medical students can have positive experiences with family physicians in the real world, choose family medicine as their specialty, and ultimately contribute to the physician workforce Texas needs.
> Align new GME funding with Texas’ health care needs
TAFP supports the 2015 LBB Texas State Government Effectiveness and Efficiency Report and believes that by implementing its GME recommendations, we can strengthen our state’s primary care infrastructure, ensuring access to primary care for our growing population.