By Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Care Services, Committee on the Roles of Academic Health Centers in the 21st Century, Linda T. Kohn
Policymakers might want to create incentives to aid innovation and alter in AHCs. In reaction, AHCs might want to elevate the extent of co-ordination and integration throughout their roles and the person firms that contain the AHC in the event that they are to effectively adopt the kinds of adjustments wanted. "Academic future health facilities" lays out a technique to begin a continual and long term technique of swap.
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The effects of these advances will be profound, affecting what kind of care is provided to people, when it is provided, where it is provided, and by whom. The result is likely to be a redefinition of what constitutes health and medical care. The impacts of advances in two of these areas—informa- Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. html 34 ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTERS tion and communications technology, and biotechnology—are reviewed below. Information and Communications Technology Inaccessible or poor-quality information has been identified as one of the health sector’s most avoidable shortcomings (Detmer, 2003).
That task force defined an AHC as the medical school and its affiliated or owned clinical facilities (The Commonwealth Fund Task Force on Academic Health Centers, 2002). The Association of American Medical Colleges does not explicitly define an AHC, but focuses its efforts on medical schools and their teaching hospitals. , nursing, pharmacy), and a clinical enterprise. However, the committee recognizes that the organization of AHCs has and will continue to evolve, as it should, and we do not wish to limit their definition to any particular organizational form, especially since the changing environment and demands made on AHCs will likely foster innovative organizational arrangements in the coming years.
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Academic health centers: leading change in the 21st century by Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Care Services, Committee on the Roles of Academic Health Centers in the 21st Century, Linda T. Kohn