MedCity News November 30, 2022
Laura Welke

While many will remember the Covid-19 pandemic as a source of disruption, it is likely that it will also be viewed as a catalyst for the transformation of medical education that had been brewing for the past decade.

Educators across the country recognized that the physician workforce needed to embrace the enduring competencies of professionalism, service to patients, and personal accountability, as well as address the most pressing issues facing the healthcare field today. These emerging competencies include the ability to focus on population and public health issues, design and continuously improve healthcare systems, incorporate data and technology in service to patient care, research, and education; and eliminate healthcare disparities and discrimination in medicine.

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