alternative payment models, such as accountable care organizations or advanced patient-centered medical homes. ... An issue that has longer-term implications is reform of Medicare financing for graduate medical education (GME).
Our solace, it seems, is one of the great truisms of medical education: eventually, all bleeding stops. . ... president of the non-profit Turn the Tide Foundation; and formerly the Director of Medical Studies in Public Health at the Yale School of
Chapters honor Members, Fellows, and Masters of ACP who have demonstrated by their example and conduct an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care, education, research, or service to their community, ... Woodward Award for Medical Education &
Chapters honor Members, Fellows, and Masters of ACP who have demonstrated by their example and conduct an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care, education, research, or service to their community, ... Eugene Shenderov, Philip Mackowiak Student
The critical issues in health care today are cost, work force development (including medical education), addressing disparities and payment and delivery reform. ... the Sustainable Growth Rate (more than 100 groups), strengthen the primary care workforce
scholarships. On the mandatory spending side, Medicare Graduate Medical Education (GME) payments to teaching hospitals could be cut by tens of billions over the next decade. ... Congress could require that all payers (not just Medicare) contribute to
How about focus on teaching how to avoid clinical errors during medical school and residency? ... But skilled medical education requires specific skills. One skill that some cannot master is the skill of making explicit ones thought processes.
Some have large memberships that work in robust medical systems, while others do not. ... Clinical competency is primarily based on successful (high-quality and safe) practice and demonstration of continuing medical education (CME) requiring numerous (80
Medical students, residents, attending physicians all seemingly reject change. Practicing physicians dislike change. ... He still makes inpatient rounds over 100 days each year. This post originally appeared at his blog, db's Medical Rants.
The American Association of Medical Colleges reported a recent rise in the number of medical school graduates who come from families with incomes in the highest quintile. ... medical education is becoming increasingly out of reach for applicants of