This series of Case Studies in Academic Health Center Best Practices showcases pipeline and pathway programs developed at academic health centers to inspire and support K-12 learners. Each case study details a specific challenge, the institution’s response, key takeaways, and outcomes.
This series features commentaries by academic health center CEOs and external policy makers offering thought-leadership on the foremost issues and challenges impacting their institutions in a peer-to-peer format.
A regular series featuring commentaries on relevant global issues and challenges impacting academic health center leaders worldwide, representing the Alliance and AAHCI network. This series provides viewpoints and reflections on important international topics.
Offer a unique resource for members on how academic health centers are responding to specific issues in several broad topical areas. Each case study details a specific challenge, the institution’s response, key takeaways, and outcomes.
A series of publications focused on academic health center alignment strategies. Key Findings features AIM Program perspectives on common themes and best practices; Fundamental Strategies for Academic Health Centers offers a series of analyses by AIM Program special advisors; and AIM Program Case Studies reviews best practices discerned from specific institutional experiences.
Intended to provide insightful and useful commentary for academic health center thought leaders, Nota Bene offers perspectives on the threats and opportunities faced by academic health centers in a strategically challenging environment to help academic health center leaders and their institutions move forward to respond to the realities of 21st century medicine.
This series of reports provides highlights from Alliance and AAHCI surveys, research, and analyses relating to the academic health center tripartite mission.
Periodic free and downloadable reports that examine current topics and concerns impacting academic health center leadership, organization, management, and operations.