"Medical education is basically an ossified system that doesn't want to move," said Clay Johnston. It's not about doing more, it's about doing better and he said that, for his objectives, the focus is on treating the sickest, not prevention.
Preparing the doctor of the future | Deloitte University Press
The basic structure of US medical education has hardly changed in the past 100 years. Yet in the 21st century, doctors must navigate a dizzying array of high technology, new regulations, and shifting patient expectations. How can medical schools better prepare the physician of tomorrow?
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