The Academic Health Center is one of very few Academic Health Centers in the country to train a full complement of health professionals and deliver care across a very broad spectrum of disciplines. While each school has a well-established presence in health care delivery that should continue and grow according to the school’s priorities and academic mission (as outlined in the Phase 1 reports), there are areas where improved collaboration and development of interdisciplinary models could enhance our performance in the health care delivery process as well as strengthen our academic mission.
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AHC Strategic Planning Process Phase II - Report on Defining Question No. 4: How are We Going to be a Real Player in the Health Care Delivery Process?.
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Tobbell, Dominique A.; Weckwerth, Vernon (University of Minnesota, 2010-12-14)
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Tobbell, Dominique A.; Stauffer, Lee (University of Minnesota, 2010-12-08)
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