Science of health care delivery as a first step to advance undergraduate medical education: A multi-institutional collaboration

Stephanie R. Starr, Darcy A. Reed, Alison Essary, William Hueston, C. Daniel Johnson, Natalie Landman, John Meurer, Bonnie Miller, Greg Ogrinc, Elizabeth M. Petty, John Raymond, William Riley, Sherine Gabriel, Cheryl Maurana

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Abstract

Physicians must possess knowledge and skills to address the gaps facing the US health care system. Educators advocate for reform in undergraduate medical education (UME) to align competencies with the Triple Aim. In 2014, five medical schools and one state university began collaborating on these curricular gaps. The authors report a framework for the Science of Health Care Delivery (SHCD) using six domains and highlight curricular examples from each school. They describe three challenges and strategies for success in implementing SHCD curricula. This collaboration highlights the importance of multi-institutional partnerships to accelerate innovation and adaptation of curricula.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalHealthcare
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StateAccepted/In press - Jun 10 2016

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Undergraduate Medical Education
Delivery of Health Care
Curriculum
Medical Schools
Physicians

Keywords

  • Science of health care delivery
  • Undergraduate medical education

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Health Policy

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Starr, S. R., Reed, D. A., Essary, A., Hueston, W., Johnson, C. D., Landman, N., ... Maurana, C. (Accepted/In press). Science of health care delivery as a first step to advance undergraduate medical education: A multi-institutional collaboration. Healthcare. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hjdsi.2017.01.003

Science of health care delivery as a first step to advance undergraduate medical education : A multi-institutional collaboration. / Starr, Stephanie R.; Reed, Darcy A.; Essary, Alison; Hueston, William; Johnson, C. Daniel; Landman, Natalie; Meurer, John; Miller, Bonnie; Ogrinc, Greg; Petty, Elizabeth M.; Raymond, John; Riley, William; Gabriel, Sherine; Maurana, Cheryl.

In: Healthcare, 10.06.2016.

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Starr, SR, Reed, DA, Essary, A, Hueston, W, Johnson, CD, Landman, N, Meurer, J, Miller, B, Ogrinc, G, Petty, EM, Raymond, J, Riley, W, Gabriel, S & Maurana, C 2016, 'Science of health care delivery as a first step to advance undergraduate medical education: A multi-institutional collaboration', Healthcare. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hjdsi.2017.01.003
Starr, Stephanie R. ; Reed, Darcy A. ; Essary, Alison ; Hueston, William ; Johnson, C. Daniel ; Landman, Natalie ; Meurer, John ; Miller, Bonnie ; Ogrinc, Greg ; Petty, Elizabeth M. ; Raymond, John ; Riley, William ; Gabriel, Sherine ; Maurana, Cheryl. / Science of health care delivery as a first step to advance undergraduate medical education : A multi-institutional collaboration. In: Healthcare. 2016.
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