The one-on-one approach is no longer sufficient. Population-health management concepts are being integrated into medical education in innovative ways.
Health information technology had a significant impact on medical education—at both the graduate and undergraduate levels—in 2017.
A first-of-its-kind textbook teaches health systems science, becomes a key tenet of innovative curricula.
Faculty from innovative schools are incorporating med ed’s “third pillar” and highlight its benefits for students, physicians and patients.
Interprofessional student teams at the University of North Carolina are working to advocate on behalf of the sickest patients.