Academic Medical Centers’ (AMC) challenges are similar to other medical facilities in the changing healthcare environment, compounded by additional pressures due to their tripartite mission of teaching, research, and patient care. Additionally, the physicians of AMCs are tasked with sharing their time across clinical, administrative, research, teaching, and strategy responsibilities.
As the healthcare industry evolves, continued pressure is placed on Academic Medical Centers to transform. AMCs are advanced and sophisticated, which calls for a greater need for change. Our approach is the most comprehensive in the industry, and our extensive experience drives market-leading results, including improved quality, decreased expenses, and increased patient, physician, and staff loyalty and engagement.
Clinical Research Management Briefing September 21, 2015
The Clinical Research Management Briefing (CRMB) is a weekly newsletter that Huron Consulting Group sends out to clients and interested parties. This week's topics include This week's topics include a new FDA commissioner, data-driven approaches to research, and collecting research participant data.» MORE
5 Ways to Engage Healthcare Leadership in Your Research
Generally speaking, institutional and healthcare leaders have their eye on the bottom line and planning for the future. When seeking funding and support of specific research initiatives, therefore, engaging and communicating your project’s ROI with decision-makers becomes an essential step in financing university-based research. Here are five ways to do so.» MORE
6 Population Health Challenges, Opportunities for Academic Medical Centers
Andy Ziskind, M.D. discusses unique challenges and opportunities for academic medical centers to prepare for the population health environment. » MORE