Costs of Care and the ABIM Foundation launched the Teaching Value in Healthcare Learning Network in March 2015.
The Learning Network serves hundreds of educators and health systems directors and connects them to leaders in the field who share practical advice about how to develop engaging curriculum and health systems innovations.
Our goal is to openly discuss ways to get started, implement, and sustain feasible innovations at your institution or organization.
Dr. Rami Farraj discusses the Prevention Prescription Program at King Hussein Medical Center in Jordan with Costs of Care’s Dr. Neel Shah.
Drs. Sentil Rajasekaran and Lauren Mazzurco from Eastern Virginia Medical School discuss their Virtual Families curriculum with Costs of Care’s September Wallingford, RN, MSN.
In this Teaching Value in Health Care Hangout, Reshma Gupta chats with Drs. PJ Brennan, Jennifer Myers and Neha Patel about the creation of a Health Care System Leadership and Quality Improvement track for house staff to help engage residents in the Blueprint for Quality and Safety at Penn Medicine.
In this Teaching Value in Health Care Hangout, Daniel Wolfson chats with Dr. Neil Wenger about the opportunities and challenges in implementing advance directives and care plans.
In this Teaching Value Chat, hosted by Dr. Chris Moriates, Robyn Lindner from Choosing Wisely Australia and NPS MedicineWise shares lessons learned and the power of convening to advance the campaign’s goals.
In this Teaching Value in Health Care Hangout hosted by Neel Shah, MD, Mary Stebbins, PharmD, discusses her efforts in training pharmacists and the clinical care team to improve cost-conscious prescribing.
In this Teaching Value in Healthcare chat, Reshma Gupta, MD, Director of the Learning Network talks with Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc, assistant professor at Penn State University College of Medicine about a value-added medical education program that he developed at Penn State. As part of this program, first-year medical students are embedded in health care systems and serve as patient navigators with a goal of 1) actively participating in medicine instead of observing; 2) gaining experience as part of an interprofessional health care team within in a community of practice; and 3) interacting with patients.
Dr. Vineet Arora, Education Director of Costs of Care talks with Dr. Sachin Jain, CEO of Caremore about the organization’s model of utilizing extensivists to create value and continuity of care for patients.