The Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity

Fitzhugh Mullan, MD The newly renamed institute honors Mullan’s lifelong goal of creating a more equitable distribution of health workforce resources.

Value of Training Physicians at Health Centers Pegged at $1.8 Billion in Public Program Savings

Policy issue brief examines cost-effectiveness of Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program

Blog: The Social Mission of Medical Education – A Reflection

This is a slightly edited version of the commencement address that Fitzhugh Mullan gave at the Yale School of Medicine on May 21, 2018.

GAO Report: HHS Needs Better Information to Assess Impact of Federal Programs on the Physician Workforce

In 2015, the federal government spent $14.5 billion to fund graduate medical education training for physicians. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was responsible for 90 percent of this spending. A new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recommends information that the agency can collect to aid in determining whether the programs are helping to ensure that enough doctors with specialties that people need will be in the places where our country needs them.

Training Leaders to Ensure Equity in the Health Workforce

The 16 professionals from around the world who were selected as 2018 Leaders in Health Equity recently began their fellowships with a trip to Washington, DC.  During the two weeks they spent in the U.S. capital they began enhancing their abilities to advance health workforce equity.