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A joint project of Costs of Care and the ABIM Foundation, the Teaching Value in Health Care Learning Network is a dynamic community of medical residents, students, faculty and others who are committed to learning and teaching the principles of stewardship and high-value care. Our podcasts include conversations with leaders and innovators who are implementing successful tools and strategies in their organizations.
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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…
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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.Kirjoittanut Teaching Value
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Reshma Gupta, MD talks with Jed Gonzalo, MD, assistant professor at Penn State University College of Medicine about a value-added medical education program he developed in which first-year medical students are embedded in health care systems and serve as patient navigators with goals of:1) actively participating in medicine instead of observing; 2)…
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Dr. Vineet Arora hosts this Teaching Value in Health Care Hangout with Drs. Cheryl O’Malley and Steve Brown from Banner Health. Banner has incorporated high-value care into its major strategic objectives, including creation of a local Choosing Wisely® competition. Through this effort they engaged residents and fellows to develop innovations to redu…
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In this Teaching Value in Healthcare Hangout, Dr. Neel Shah interviews Dr. Wade Iams, who co-led Vanderbilt's efforts to drive cultural change in promoting value through a challenge aimed at reducing unnecessary lab orders. The challenge is structured as a friendly, team-based competition between inpatient internal medicine resident teams. While th…
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In this Hangout Dr. Swaroop discusses the novel longitudinal "Business of Medicine" curriculum she developed to increase cost-awareness among trainees as part of the internal medicine residency training program at University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine.Kirjoittanut Teaching Value
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Dr. Muntz and colleagues assigned third-year medical students on their internal medicine clerkship to roles as "High Value Care Officers." The students were prepared using a series of short podcasts and an iPad-based Choosing Wisely checklist before being asked to initiate conversations with colleagues on opportunities for improvement.…
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It is well known that surgical costs are extremely high, but most surgeons have little knowledge of their operating room costs. The goal of OR SCORE (OR Surgical Cost Reduction Project) is to enable surgeons to practice cost-effective surgery by providing them with price transparency information about their surgical cases.…
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SOAP-V is a modified SOAP presentation that encourages students to consider high value care during patient care delivery. The SOAP-V model prompts students to consider: 1) Before choosing an intervention, have I considered whether the result would change management? 2) Have I incorporated the patient’s goals and values, and considered the potential…
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Choosing Wisely Challenge winner Robert Fogerty, MD, assistant professor of medicine and academic hospitalist at Yale School of Medicine, discusses "I-CARE" (Interactive Cost-Awareness Resident Exercise), which he created to engage faculty and trainees in a friendly competition to create effective, lower cost care plans.…
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Drs. Brandon Combs and Tanner Caverly discuss the Do No Harm Project they created while at the University of Colorado School of Medicine to encourage trainees to identify examples of harmful overtesting, overdiagnosis and overtreatment. These scenarios were then written up as case vignettes for the Teachable Moments series in JAMA Internal Medicine…
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