Education Code § 92650
(1) The appropriate number and balance between primary and nonprimary care residency positions.
(2) The relationship between the General Fund resource capacity to support the current physician output of the system and the costs to the General Fund of an oversupply of physician specialists.
(3) The current and projected pattern of health manpower training in relationship to future supply and demand projections.
(4) The distribution of University of California medical school graduates with regard to placement in areas, and service to populations, underserved by the medical profession.
(b) It is the intent of the Legislature to monitor the new, comprehensive plan currently under development by the University of California for programs in health professions education, and, upon the completion of that plan, to monitor, during the annual budget process, both the compliance of the university with its plan and the plan’s relevance to the state’s need for health professionals and health care services.