Physicians are expected to lead health care teams, yet medical schools traditionally offer few opportunities for students to take leadership roles in shaping curricula. Change is afoot.
A forthcoming collaboration examining health systems science concepts within the context of international health care systems could yield global benefits.
A textbook chapter advances key health systems science concepts by showing how organizations are working to implement them.
New med students have low distress levels, but that changes quickly and can worsen in residency and in practice. The AMA is pushing initiatives to help improve well-being at all levels.
James L. Madara, MD, tells delegates how the AMA’s strategy is built around the changing needs of patients and incorporates physician perspective into new technology.