One of the highlights of my drive to work is going past Prairie Moraine Park. This happens to house (IMHO) the best dog park in the world and I have enjoyed many hours exploring the park over the years with my four-legged friends. I never tire of watching the park transform itself after “the burn” in the spring. Family medicine is once again transforming to address the healthcare needs of our country in the context of a shifting healthcare landscape. How our family medicine prairie of the future will look has yet to be defined and there are many opportunities to be involved in the regeneration. Here are a number of national and local initiatives that are “prairie-esque.”
Last Thursday, 73 staff and faculty from 17 locations gathered at a Vision Conference to imagine the possibilities for the future of DFMCH. During this session, we worked in small and large groups to develop Vision Statements around our mission areas: Read more... »
Mark your calendar for these talks and activities.
Kenneth E. Wood, DO, will deliver the keynote talk, "The Quality Cost Interface in the Era of Health Care Reform," on Wednesday, October 28 at noon (HSLC 1335). Dr. Wood is Chief Medical Officer for the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. Lunch provided (while supplies last). Add a reminder to your Outlook calendar