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Stanford University's Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC) invites applications for our 2020-21 nurse scientist fellowship. Fellows will participate in academic and research activities under the mentorship of CERC faculty. Nurse scientist fellows will be able to establish their own program of research, learn how to promote the integration of their research findings into clinical practice, and gain valuable skills such as grant writing, research design methodologies and public speaking.
Health Information technology was intended to help reduce and cost and improve the quality of health care services. TO date, this is little evidence that this goal has been achieved. This course is designed to explore economic frameworks that can help us to understand how health IT can achieve it's intended goals. These frameworks build from general business and economic models used successfully in other industries. The course will be utilize both business cases and lecture to prepare students to propose potential novel applications of health information technology solutions. Each student will have a team-based final project. Instructors: Schulman, K. (PI)
Dr. Arnold Milstein co-leads "Leadership and Strategies for Health Care Delivery" (SOMGEN 275), a course with a focus on developing and leading innovations that will improve the value of health care. Particular attention is dedicated to examining how leaders have overcome barriers to change and other management challenges on the journey towards achieving higher value care.
CERC will utilize the 2020-21 academic year to integrate the fellowship within our newly expanded education and training programs focused on lowering the cost of clinically excellent care. We anticipate that a new CERC fellowship program will be offered starting in the fall of 2021.
Join Dr. Alan Glaseroff for a workshop demonstrating an effective new care model that provides cost-effective quality care, supports positive behavior change, and delivers care without overwhelming members of the care team. This team training workshop is intended for teams caring for people with complex, chronic conditions.