About the Webconference
Academic medical centers (AMCs) used to have certain cachet in the health care market, when patients would travel far and wide to receive care from a name brand teaching hospital.
But times have changed, and the inpatient model is losing its luster. To survive, the modern AMC is embracing a different-in-kind strategy to build out a strong ambulatory network of care. What can we learn from this move to the academic health system?
Hear experts from Advisory Board research and consulting teams discuss:
- Recent examples of partner health systems that have pivoted from the historical AMC to a new and integrated model
- Benefits of re-thinking the affiliation between the academic hospital and the employed medical group
- Common cultural and operational challenges that arise in pulling together new stakeholders under a common vision