Healthcare Surge: Graduate Medical Education (GME) Transfer Checklist

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Should hospital infrastructure changes occur as a result of a healthcare surge, causing medical students and residents to transfer midyear, the Graduate Medical Education (GME) funding attached to those students and residents should be reallocated to the host hospitals accepting those students and residents.

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Hospitals can use the Healthcare Surge: Graduate Medical Education (GME) Transfer Checklist mobile app to implement the Graduate Medical Education Reallocation Guidelines. This checklist was put together from reference material developed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services following Hurricane Katrina. Academic hospitals should review and understand the CMS interim final rule to understand how host hospitals – those taking on displaced residents – could receive payment for training additional residents displaced by a healthcare surge. Use the GME transfer checklist to help guide you through the payment transfer following the collapse of a program or facility. A document is shared via MyCanvas when our subscribers have enabled a particular GoCanvas app for MyCanvas and when they then email the PDF document to one or more of their customers when completing a submission (A submission in the world of GoCanvas is when a subscriber fills out a GoCanvas app on their mobile device and uploads the data to their GoCanvas account.).

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