Report Outlines Immediate Steps Healthcare Organizations and Health Professions Schools Should Take To Spur Meaningful Participation for Patients and Families and Community Residents To Foster Optimal Health
A new report released today highlights the motivating factors, challenges, and planning strategies faced by 15 of the newest U.S. medical schools and offers important lessons learned as they begin to enroll classes and implement academic programs.
Four leading foundations focused on health, health professions education, and patient care, have announced they will support the creation of a new national Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice.
The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation has awarded the Institute of Medicine (IOM) $750,000 to study the governance and financing of graduate medical education (GME). An independent review of the goals, governance and financing of the system for training physician residents in the United States was one of several recommendations issued by experts at an October 2010 conference about GME reform sponsored by the Macy Foundation.