Four Dell Med students who provide care in the community as part of their second year curriculum

The Front Line

As Dell Medical School’s first class begins training in hospitals and clinics, students learn what it means to work with real people … with real problems. ›

The Musculoskeletal Institute care team reviews X-rays of a patient.

What to Do When Your Knee Hurts

A new care team is redefining the patient experience for people with painful conditions, and it may mean fewer doctor visits and better results. See how. ›

Doctor administering care to baby in NICU

Leveraging Data to Aid Vulnerable Babies

Dell Med, UT Austin and Seton Healthcare Family are partnering to predict — and prevent — health complications that commonly arise in premature infants. ›

A doctor in training examines a patient at a community clinic

Beyond the Books

One year later, Dell Med’s inaugural students are giving back to the community. See where they’re making an impact. ›

health-care-policy-illustration

The Next Round of Reform

Fee-for-service doesn’t work. We don’t measure what matters. The definition of ‘health care’ is too narrow. And we’re getting to the party too late. :: deep breath :: Where do we go from here? ›