By June 2020, osteopathic GME programs must secure accreditation through the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
AMCs are uniquely positioned to lead innovation in healthcare.
Apple has a way of transforming entire industries. With ResearchKit, can the tech giant change the way researchers conduct clinical trials?
If an academic health system is fundamentally more integrated, does it result in a better margin and improve the quality of care?
The Accountable Health Communities model attempts to bridge a critical gap between clinical care and community and social services.
AMCs are increasingly using PSAs to move away from the historical model of deficit funding.
Academic and community health care providers are still too often trying to position themselves as winners in a competition for patients rather than as collaborators in population health. The result has historically been duplicative investments despite geographic alignment and shared patient populations.
Academic medical centers (AMCs) have over the years been adding community hospital platforms to their networks, either to expand into a geographically desirable location or to provide a chassis where clinical activity can take place away from the main campus. But now, against a backdrop of payment reform, a third reason has emerged: to lower the per-unit cost of care across their networks.
The degree of integration between the clinical components of an academic medical center (AMC) has a measurable impact on overall organizational performance.
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