Obama Administration Unveils Plan To Expand Health Care Work Force
The initiative, which is part of the White House's "We Can't Wait" agenda, will release funds to hire and train health workers as part of its effort to give the U.S. economy a boost.
The Washington Post: Obama Administration To Announce Effort To Expand Health Care Workforce
The Obama administration will announce Monday as much as $1 billion in funding to hire, train and deploy health care workers, part of the White House's broader "We Can't Wait" agenda to bolster the economy after President Obama's jobs bill stalled in Congress (Kliff, 11/14).
Fox News: White House Plan To Expand Health Care Workforce To Be Unveiled
The White House will announce Monday the release of up to $1 billion to hire and train health care workers as part of its "We Can't Wait" program. The funding will be given to doctors, government organizations and groups involved with Medicare and Medicaid, The Washington Post reported, for experimenting with ways to deliver effective health care and expand the related workforce while reducing the cost of doing so (11/14).