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Consensus of the Millennium Conference on Teaching High Value Care.

Huang, Grace C; Tibbles, Carrie D; Newman, Lori R; Schwartzstein, Richard M.
Teach Learn Med ; 28(1): 97-104, 2016.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26787090
ISSUE Healthcare costs have spiraled out of control, yet students and residents may lack the knowledge and skills to provide high value care, which emphasizes the best possible care while reducing unnecessary costs. EVIDENCE Mainly national campaigns are aimed at physicians to reconsider their test ordering behaviors, identify overused diagnostics, and disseminate innovative practices. These efforts will fall short if principles of high value care are not incorporated across the spectrum of training for the next generation of physicians. IMPLICATIONS Consensus findings of an invitational conference of 7 medical school teams consisting of academic leaders included strategies for institutions to meaningfully incorporate high value care into their medical school, residency, and faculty development curricula.