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The year-long intensive program, offered by the Center for Community Investment, trains rising executives in the leadership skills needed to help disadvantaged communities.

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Christiana Care Health System works with Project SEARCH to provide internship experience and educational opportunities for young adults with disabilities.

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The course runs March 20–24 in Atlanta and includes expert content on different infection or event types, as well as antibiotic stewardship.

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The proposed revisions would update requirements on patient safety and quality improvement, physician well-being, team-based care & resident work hours.

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America’s Essential Hospitals and its members are committed to reducing the gender gap among hospital leadership.

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Syl Jones is planting the seed of narrative medicine—an approach that emphasizes the importance of patient stories in health care—into the minds of students and physicians at Hennepin County Medical Center.

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No-fee course, Feb. 29 to March 4 in Atlanta, to focus on January 2016 updates to the NHSN patient safety component manual.

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New report from ECRI Institute also lists failure to respond to clinical alarms, unsafe injection practices, and insufficient training among top hazards.

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Register now to engage in a discussion surrounding successful electronic health record implementation at Boston Medical Center.

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With a grant from the American Medical Association, UCSF is modernizing medical education with an innovative new curriculum focused more on the patient experience.

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The Essential Women’s Leadership Academy aims to decrease the gender gap in executive level positions at essential hospitals.

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A neuroscience lens helps leaders understand how to create an environment that promotes potential - learn more during The Executive Brain session at VITAL2015!

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Staff at the University of Missouri Health System developed a tool to ensure medical school graduates understand patient-centered care strategies.

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Participants learned how to better integrate physicians into a complex health care system to decrease turnover and improve performance.

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The funding aims to improve health care delivery through health information interoperability, training, and shared learning resources.

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Fellows Program

Nov. 14, 2014 || Staff

The Fellows Program brings leaders together to look unflinchingly at the enormous challenges in health care and gives them the tools necessary to meet those challenges on behalf of our most vulnerable populations.

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Learn how human capital management and retention strategies can support quality care initiatives

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UCSD Health Sciences previously investigated how they could best help the at-risk communities they serve through various partnerships. Taking feedback from the community, staff redesigned and augmented the delivery of services.

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Institute recommends abolishing current Medicare graduate medical education, indirect medical education funding streams in favor of new system

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UCSD Health Sciences several years ago began this journey to elevate community partnerships, benefiting at-risk communities and the organization.

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2014 Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training for Professionals grant applications are due June 3. The program seeks to expand the mental health and substance abuse workforce serving children, adolescents, and transitional-age youth who are at risk for developing or who have developed a recognized behavioral health disorder.

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Sixteen association members were among the institutions that received funding.

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Report identifies health care postsecondary training and education programs that received federal support

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Money to 32 centers nationwide will be used to train more than 300 primary care residents

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As part of the Essential Hospitals Engagement Network (EHEN), the UT Health Northeast is working to reduce eight hospital-acquired conditions by 40 percent and preventable readmissions by 20 percent by the end of 2014. Recognizing that resident physician buy-in is critical to the project’s success, UT Health Northeast launched an initiative that aims to directly integrate

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A study led to the development of a series of quality-focused educational initiatives for students and residents, filling the gap in quality-centered learning for those whose curriculum failed to cover it.

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MetroHealth residents research the root causes of disparities and potential interventions

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