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Joined September 2013

"For the 1st time in the history of our educational program, our medical students are analyzing and managing and looking at patients' health through the lens of big, authentic clinical data sets."

Marc Triola, MD, principal investigator and associate dean, educational informatics, New York University School of Medicine

New York University (NYU) School of Medicine created the NYU Health Care by the Numbers Curriculum, a flexible 3-year, individualized, technology-enabled, blended curriculum to improve care coordination and care quality. The foundation for the curriculum is virtual patient panels derived from de-identified patient data gathered from NYU Langone Medical Center physician network practices panels that immerse students in the data of a simulated group practice setting.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: NYU Health Care by the Numbers

Need/gap addressed: The goal of the NYU Health Care by the Numbers curriculum is to prepare graduates to meet the future needs of the ever evolving health care delivery system by giving them the tools and skills necessary to care for not just an individual patient, but for an entire population of patients.

PDF: Poster: NYU Health Care by the Numbers

LINK: Transforming medical education

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at New York University School of Medicine

IMAGE 3: Marc Triola, MD, principal investigator and associate dean, educational informatics, New York University School of Medicine

IMAGE 1: Medical school logo

IMAGE 2: Medical students

Joined September 2013

"For the 1st time in the history of our educational program, our medical students are analyzing and managing and looking at patients' health through the lens of big, authentic clinical data sets."

Marc Triola, MD, principal investigator and associate dean, educational informatics, New York University School of Medicine

New York University (NYU) School of Medicine created the NYU Health Care by the Numbers Curriculum, a flexible 3-year, individualized, technology-enabled, blended curriculum to improve care coordination and care quality. The foundation for the curriculum is virtual patient panels derived from de-identified patient data gathered from NYU Langone Medical Center physician network practices panels that immerse students in the data of a simulated group practice setting.

2017 spring consortium meeting

Poster presented: NYU Health Care by the Numbers

Need/gap addressed: The goal of the NYU Health Care by the Numbers curriculum is to prepare graduates to meet the future needs of the ever evolving health care delivery system by giving them the tools and skills necessary to care for not just an individual patient, but for an entire population of patients.

PDF: Poster: NYU Health Care by the Numbers

LINK: Transforming medical education

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at New York University School of Medicine

IMAGE 3: Marc Triola, MD, principal investigator and associate dean, educational informatics, New York University School of Medicine

IMAGE 2: Medical students

New York University Medical Students
New York University Medical Students

VIDEO: Transforming medical education at NYU School of Medicine

Transforming medical education at New York University School of Medicine

IMAGE 3: Marc Triola, MD, principal investigator and associate dean, educational informatics, NYU School of Medicine

Marc Triola, MD, of New York University School of Medicine.
Marc Triola, MD, of New York University School of Medicine.

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