Contemporary Academic Health Centers: Structure, Organization, Challenges, and Changes
Creator:   Journal Staff
Created:   6/26/2009
Contains:  71 items
Every academic health center (AHC) faces challenges unique to its own organization, community, and culture. This collection features from-the-trenches articles by AHC leaders describing some of their AHCs' most daunting challenges. From governance changes to research issues, physical relocation to financial renaissance, the collection offers a window into overcoming these challenges in pursuit of excellence in the tripartite mission of education, research, and patient care.

Defining the Role of University of Kentucky HealthCare in Its Medical Market—How Strategic Planning Creates the Intersection of Good Public Policy and Good Business Practices

Karpf, Michael; Lofgren, Richard; Bricker, Timothy; More

Academic Medicine . 84(2):161-169, February 2009.

The Relationship Between the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center—A Profile in Synergy

Levine, Arthur S.; Detre, Thomas P.; McDonald, Margaret C.; More

Academic Medicine . 83(9):816-826, September 2008.