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.
In this episode of the Teaching Value in Health Care webinar series, Neel Shah talks with David Vivero, Co-Founder and CEO of Amino, a digital start-up company that helps people navigate medical decisions and costs.
Drs. Vinny Arora and Jeanne Farnan are joined by medical student Kathleen Wiest for a discussion on the University of Chicago’s Room of Horrors as part of the Teaching Value in Health Care podcast.
L. Scott Sussman, MD, Senior Medical Director, Clinical Operations at Yale New Haven Health and Arjun Venkatesh, MD, MBA, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, discusses stewardship efforts at Yale. Respondents will be John Ayanian, MD, the Director of the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation at the University of Michigan, and Reshma Gupta, MD, the Evaluation and Outreach Director for Costs of Care and a physician at UCLA.
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.