4sight Health May 12, 2022
David W. Johnson, David B. Nash, MD, MBA

Author Note: This is the third article in a four-part series on reimagining American medical education and ongoing clinician training. Part 1 details the limitations of the current models in training doctors to combat chronic disease and practice value-based care. Part 2 illustrates innovative approaches to training medical professionals through the lens of four new medical schools. Part 3 identifies several powerful that are disrupting established medical practices and paving the way for “New Medicine’s” emergence. Part 4 (to be published Thursday, May 19, 2022) explores strategies for enhancing clinicians’ capabilities to practice value-based care and population health medicine.

On September 20, 2021, the Cleveland Clinic and management consulting firm Korn Ferry announced the launch of a joint venture designed “to educate and train tomorrow’s physician-leaders and healthcare...

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