Medical schools keep pace with evolving health system

11/10/2009 | Washington Post, The

Medical schools are making changes to ensure that classes keep pace with advances in medical information and delivery systems and that new physicians are prepared to practice beyond traditional medicine. Students are learning to "manage the patient as the whole, rather than just studying one organ at a time" and to adopt to changing practice environments, such as medical homes.

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