AAHC is the global thought leader on issues impacting academic health centers and their tripartite mission. The AAHC Thought Leadership Institute convenes provocative and inspiring thought leaders from diverse backgrounds to discern transformative ideas.
The Institute focuses on areas that have the greatest potential for institutional transformation. These areas include: leadership; the growing interface of medicine and machines; the globalization of healthcare; health professions education reform; and evolving academic health center models. As it continues to grow, the AAHC Thought Leadership Institute will produce publications and provide a forum for provocative and inspiring thought leaders from diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and sectors to identify transformative ideas and discuss their applications.
Funding and Strategic Partners
AAHC seeks funding from diverse sources to support the work of the AAHC Thought Leadership Institute. If you or your organization is interested in supporting this work, or learning more about the program, contact AAHC’s Director of Development.
Professional Intelligence: Medicine, Machines, and the Future of Healthcare
AAHC and Elsevier , a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, launched this first program offering of the AAHC Thought Leadership Institute.
The Globalization of Healthcare
Due to the global nature of health, economic, and population concerns, there is a critical junction of need and opportunity for academic health centers to work in partnership worldwide and, in doing so, to be among the crucial forces shaping the 21st century. Now is the time for academic health centers to work with stakeholders in improving health and well-being.
Health Professions Education Reform
The convergence of healthcare system trends suggests that new collaborative practices and innovative models for 21st century health professions education must be adopted for a world where medicine and machines will transform healthcare.
Evolving Models of Academic Health Centers
It is increasingly evident that academic health centers must adapt to the economic challenges of consolidation, costs, value, and “corporate management.” Developing optimal organizational models that emphasize integration and alignment is essential to their success.