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Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Read about how this school is expanding on the patient-navigator model.
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Joined January 2016

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is expanding on the patient-navigator model to develop medical students' ability to work as part of interprofessional teams in patient-centered medical home practices. The teams manage and assess the needs of a panel of 20 patients within each practice.

2017 Spring Consortium Meeting

Poster presented: Teaching Health System Science Through Longitudinal Patient & Medical Student Navigation Partnerships

Need/gap addressed: Health system science is needed in the pre-clerkship curriculum, but has been difficult to integrate into a crowded curriculum in a meaningful way.


Principal investigator: Patricia Thomas, MD
Vice dean, medical education

The AMA awarded each consortium member a grant for its transformative medical education projects in key innovation areas.

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