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Academic general internal medicine: a mission for the future. J Gen Intern Med 2013 Jun;28(6):845-51 PMID: 23321931 PMCID: PMC3663942

Pubmed ID

23321931

Abstract

After five decades of growth that has included advances in medical education and health care delivery, value cohesion, and integration of diversity, we propose an overarching mission for academic general internal medicine to lead excellence, change, and innovation in clinical care, education, and research. General internal medicine aims to achieve health care delivery that is comprehensive, technologically advanced and individualized; instills trust within a culture of respect; is efficient in the use of time, people, and resources; is organized and financed to achieve optimal health outcomes; maximizes equity; and continually learns and adapts. This mission of health care transformation has implications for the clinical, educational, and research activities of divisions of general internal medicine over the next several decades.

Author List

Armstrong K, Keating NL, Landry M, Crotty BH, Phillips RS, Selker HP, Council of the Society of General Internal Medicine

Author

Bradley H. Crotty MD Assistant Professor in the Medicine department at Medical College of Wisconsin




Scopus

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MESH terms used to index this publication - Major topics in bold

Academic Medical Centers
Delivery of Health Care
Health Care Reform
Healthcare Disparities
Humans
Internal Medicine
Organizational Culture
United States
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