Boston, MA | 9.16.14

We will hear about some of the most creative approaches to primary care delivery as five finalists from the Primary Care Challenge pitch-to-win in front of a panel of esteemed judges.

September 2
Coming into medical school after earning a degree in economics sparked concern for me, I’ll admit. Finance and accounting aren’t exactly the first thoughts that come to mind when thinking about medicine.
August 28
There is much talk about cynicism in medicine, and I remember being confronted by it almost from the beginning. In fact, I still remember how shocked I was the first time I heard a provider describe a patient in a disparaging matter.
August 27
Rapid innovation in primary care is happening in hospitals, academic medical centers and clinics across the country. To share best practices and learn from each other, it’s important to step back every now and then and discuss our progress together.
August 26
With email, video chat, social media and other Internet technologies, the world feels like a small place; we can almost get in touch with anyone, anywhere, anytime. Medicine, however, is slow to catch on.
August 21
I get a lot of questions when I tell people I’m an emergency medicine doctor. Typical responses include, “So you’re just in the emergency room? Just there?” or, “But what’s going to be your real specialty?”
August 19
The American Resident Project traveled to Kansas City for three days of educational workshops, thought-provoking panels and networking opportunities with the next generation of family medicine leaders.