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Aligning Education to Health Care Change and Innovation

Grant Thornton's State of Higher Education 2017 - medical educationTechnological and scientific advancements, operating margin pressures, and the uncertainty of research funding and legislative policy associated with a new Congress and administration — they add up to a disquieting environment for academic medical center executives who must identify the changes most likely to emerge from this state of flux. In accordance, they should make changes to their institution’s strategic priorities, operational plans and educational offerings.

Developments in health care mean exciting opportunities in education. Read the full article for key trends that will gain momentum in 2017 — connected health/telehealth, wearable devices/mhealth, interactive audio-visual/telemedicine, changes in care delivery models and educational offerings, legislative and policy change, funding and physician shortages, and industry consolidations for collaboration and financial stability.

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The State of Higher Education in 2017




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