Via JAMA Network Open, leaders from department-level initiatives across the U.S. weigh in on how academic medicine is embracing population health — and the opportunities med schools have to make an impact.
Creating an effective team of teams culture is not just about learning to play nicely. It’s about establishing a model for collaborative leadership, actively seeking out partners across organizational boundaries and tearing down walls.
Data researchers at Dell Med are collaborating with People’s Community Clinic to combat pediatric asthma with a data-driven approach — giving care teams a fuller picture of a child’s health than what a typical electronic health record affords.
James and Miriam Mulva, two of The University of Texas at Austin’s most generous supporters, saw an opportunity with the rise of Dell Medical School to improve the lives of people affected by brain diseases.
The evidence is clear: Where and how you live affects your health significantly more than the medical care you receive. Hear from two national leaders about how systems are changing to tackle these social determinants of health.
One in four women experience sexual trauma while in the military — and there are crucial gaps in the care they receive afterward. In partnership with Texas Health Journal, REthink explores how a psychologist-researcher is doing her part to support them.
Fifty students, ranging in age from 20 to 40. Twenty percent identify with a race or ethnicity underrepresented in medicine, and nearly two-thirds are women. Meet four of Dell Med’s newest future physician leaders.
Dell Med’s Distinction Program for Care Transformation gives medical residents time and resources to improve health in their communities. Participants pursue solutions to the problems they see each and every day, on the front lines of care.