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Beckham, D.  Staying power.  H&HN.  Dec. 15, 2011.

Gamble, M.  Appeals court affirms secretary sebelius' stance on teaching hospitals and Medicare reimbursement for residents' non-patient related research.  Becker's Hospital Review.  Aug. 19, 2011.

Weinberg, J., and others.  An inpatient fall prevention initiative in a tertiary care hospital.  Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  37(7):317-2AP, 314, July 2011.

Gamble, M.  Academic health and hospital operator partnerships:  Q&A with Dr. Bill Fulkerson and Bill Carpenter of Duke LifePoint Healthcare.  Becker's Hospital Review.  June 20, 2011.

Proposed Reductions in Medicare IME Payments to AAMC Teaching Hospitals:  National and State Economic Impacts.  Pittsburgh, PA:  TrippUmbach, Feb. 2011.

By the numbers: largest academic medical centers, ranked by total number of residents and interns based on Medicare cost report figures, 2009.  Modern Healthcare.  41(4):32, Jan. 24, 2011.

Cheung, K.  Physician shortage to quadruple within decade, AAMC says.  HealthLeaders Media.  Jan.4, 2011.

Drolet, B., Spalluto, L., and Fischer, S.  Residents' perspectives on ACGME regulation of supervision and duty hours — A national survey.  New England Journal of Medicine.  363:e34, Dec. 2, 2010.

Krueger, K.J., and Halperin, E.C.  Perspective: paying physicians to be on call: a challenge for academic medicine.  Academic Medicine.  85(12):1840-1844, Dec. 2010.

Advancing primary care. Council on Graduate Medical Education 20th Report, Dec. 2010.

Dinan, M.A., Simmons, L.A., and Snyderman, R.  Personalized health planning and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: an opportunity for academic medicine to lead health care.  Academic Medicine;85(11):1665-1668, Nov. 2010.

Eagle, A.  Advanced degree rethinking the academic medical center.  Health Facilities Management. Sept. 9, 2010.

Anderson, M., and Kanter, S.  Medical education in the United States and Canada, 2010.  Academic Medicine.  85(9):S2-S18, Sept. 2010.,.2.aspx?WT.mc_id=HPxADx20100319xMP

Commins, J.  Teaching Hospitals Prep for FICA  Rebates  HealthLeaders Media.  July 12, 2010.

Nasca, T., Day, S., Amis, E., Jr; for ACGME Duty Hours Task Force. The new recommendations on duty hours from the ACGME Task Force New England Journal of Medicine, June 24, 2010.

Pugno, P., Gillanders, W., and Kozakowski, S.  The direct, indirect, and intangible benefits of graduate medical education programs to their sponsoring institutions and communities.  Journal of Graduate Medical Education.  2(2), June 2010.

Lucier, D., and others.  Academic retainer medicine: an innovative business model for cross-subsidizing primary care.  Academic Medicine.  85(6):959-964, June 2010.

Paine, L., and others.  Assessing and improving safety culture throughout an academic medical centre:  a prospective cohort study.  BMJ Quality and Safety in Health Care.  19(6):547-554, June 30, 2010.

Physician Shortages to Worsen Without Increases in Residency Training.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges.  June, 2010.

Dine, C., and others.  Educating physicians-in-training about resource utilization and their own outcomes of care in the inpatient settingJournal of Graduate Medical Education. 2(2):175-180, June 2010.

Quinn, R.  The cost of regulation: big changes ahead.  The Hospitalist.  14(6):1, 24-26, June 2010. 

Clark, Cheryl.  Increasing U.S. medical school spots won’t increase physician supply.  Marblehead,  MA:  HealthLeaders Media,  May 11, 2010.

Henderson, M. Medicaid Direct and Indirect Graduate Medical Education Payments: A 50 State Survey 2010. Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges, May 2010.

Shomaker, T.S.  Health care payment reform and academic medicine: threat or opportunity?  Academic Medicine.  85(5):756-758, May 2010.

Becker, B.N., Formisano, R.A., and Getto, C.J.  Dinosaurs fated for extinction? Health care delivery at academic health centers.  Academic Medicine.  85(5):759-762, May 2010.

Adashi, E.Y., and Gruppuso, P.A.  The unsustainable cost of undergraduate medical education: an overlooked element of U.S. health care reform.  Academic Medicine.  85(5):763-765, May 2010.

Tallia, A.F., Amenta, P.S., and Jones, S.K.  Academic health organizations as accountable care organizations.  Academic Medicine.  85(5):766-767, May 2010.

Smythe, W.J.  The future of academic surgery.  Academic Medicine.  85(5):768-774, May 2010.

Smego, R.A., and others.  Anatomy of a new U.S. medical school: The Commonwealth Medical College.  Academic Medicine.  85(5):881-888, May 2010.

McCoy, J.  Revised resident duty hour standards will focus on three areas.  Marblehead, MA:  HealthLeaders Media.  Apr. 8, 2010.

DeFilippis, A., and others.  On-site night float by attending physicians: A model to improve resident education and patient careJournal of graduate medical education.  2(1):57-61, Mar. 2010.

Resource utilization and outcome at a university versus a community teaching hospital in tPA treated stroke patients: a retrospective cohort studyBMC Health Services Research.  Feb. 19, 2010.

Churchill, M.H., and Palmer, K.L.  In the name of graduate medical education: what Mount Sinai Medical Center’s FICA tax victory means for today’s teaching hospitals.  AHLA Connections.  14(2):32-36, Feb. 2010.

Largest academic medical centers.  Modern Healthcare.  40(4):34, Jan. 25, 2010.

Rhea, S.  The bucks stop here for academic centers: study shows research funding down, experts fear it could hinder advancements.  Modern Healthcare.  40(4):14, Jan. 25, 2010.

Bernard, L.  Commentary: Conflict of Interest Policies: An Opportunity for the Medical Profession to Take the LeadAcademic Medicine. 85(1):9-11, Jan. 2010.

Davis, D., and others.  Commentary: CME and Its Role in the Academic Medical Center: Increasing Integration, Adding ValueAcademic Medicine. 85(1):12-15, Jan. 2010.

Levine, J., editor.  Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital.  4th ed.  Irwin, PA:  Association for Hospital Medical Education, 2010.  (WX 27 AA1 G946 2010).

Unmet  Needs : Teaching Physicians to Provide Safe Patient Care.  Boston, MA: National Patient Safety Foundation.  2010.

Feldman, A.  Pursuing Excellence in Healthcare.  Preserving America's Academic Medical Centers.  Boca Raton, FL:  CRC Press, 2010.  (WX 27 AA1 F312p 2010).

Cedfeldt, A., and others.  Institute of medicine committee report on resident duty hours: A view from a trenchJournal of graduate medical education.  1(2):178-180, Dec. 2009.

Klein, S.  In Focus: Improving the Quality of Rural Health Care Through Collaboration.  Commonwealth Fund, Nov./Dec. 2009.

Glossary of Terms.  Chicago, IL:  Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.  Sept. 18, 2009.

Economic  Impact of AAMC-Member Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals.  Washington:   Association of American Medical Colleges.  Sept. 2009.

American Hospital Association.  Teaching Hospitals: Their Impact on Patients and the Future Health Care Workforce. Trendwatch, Sept. 2009.

Wood, K., and others.  Rapid Response Systems in Adult Academic Medical Centers. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  35(9):475-482, 8, Sept. 2009.

Sucov A, Sidman R, and Valente J. A cost-efficiency analysis to increase clinician staffing in an academic emergency department. Academic Medicine. 84(9): 1211-1216, Sept. 2009.

Resnik DB. Perspective: Disclosing hidden sources of funding.  Academic Medicine. 84(9): 1226-1228, Sept. 2009.

Medical education in the United States: Supporting long-term delivery system reforms, Chapter 1. In: Report to the Congress: Improving Incentives in the Medicare Program. Washington, DC: MedPAC, June 2009.

Conflict of Interest Policies at Academic Medical Centers.  American Medical Student Association, June 2009.

Nuckols, T., and others.  Cost implications of reduced work hours and workloads for resident physiciansNew England Journal of Medicine.  360(21):2202-2215, May 21, 2009.

Volpp, K., and others.  Did duty hour reform lead to better outcomes among the highest risk patients?  Journal of General Internal Medicine.  May 20, 2009.  (Online).

Bernard, M.A., Blanchette, P.L., Brummel-Smith, K.  Strength and influence of geriatrics departments in academic health centers.  Academic Medicine.  84(5):627-632, May 2009.

Morrow, J.B., and others.  Providing access to specialty care for severely disabled institutional residents: an academic health center telemedicine model.  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.  20(2):415-422, May 2009.

Kennedy, D., and others.  Academic medicine amenities unit:  developing a model to integrate academic medical care with luxury hotel services.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):185-191, Feb. 2009.

Karpf, M., and others.  Defining the role of University of Kentucky healthcare in its medical market-how strategic planning creates the intersection of good public policy and good business practices.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):161-169, Feb. 2009.

Byne, J., Loo, L., and Giang, D.  Monitoring  and improving resident work environment across affiliated hospitals:  a call for a national resident survey.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):199-205, Feb. 2009.

Lai, J., and others.  A novel housestaff educational model for quaternary-care patients at an academic health center.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):206-211, Feb. 2009.

Murray, P., Valdivia, J., and Berquist, M.  A metric to evaluate the comparative performance of an institution's graduate medical education program.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):212-219, Feb. 2009.

O'Connor, A., and others.  The effect of nonteaching services on the distribution of inpatient cases for internal medicine residents.  Academic Medicine.  84(2):220-225, Feb. 2009.

Horwitz, L., and others. US emergency department performance on wait time and length of visit.   Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2009.

How Do Teaching Hospitals Serve America's Communities?  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), 2009.

Wartman, S.  Academic Health Centers: A Time to Respond to the New Global Economy.  Washington:  Association of Academic Health Centers, 2009.

Addressing Racial Disparities in Health Care: a Targeted Action Plan for Academic Medical Centers.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges.  2009.

Mallon, W., and others.  Finding Top Talent:  How to Search for Leaders in Academic Medicine.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges, 2009. (WX 39 M255f 2009).

Total Hospital Charity Care Costs, By Hospital Type, 2007.  Washington:  Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), 2009.

Academic Medical Centers: The Tipping Point.  Washington:  Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, 2009.

Academic Year Data Resource Book.  Chicago, IL:  Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.  2008-2009.

The Blue Ridge Academic Health Group. Advancing Value in Health: The Emerging Transformational Role of Informatics. Report 12.  Atlanta, GA:  Emory University, Oct. 2008.

Page, L.  Teaching hospitals get top dollar to reserve slots for medical studentsH&HN.  Sept. 11, 2008.

Bails, D., and others.  Implementing online medication reconciliation at a large academic medical center.  Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  34(9):499-508, Sept. 2008.

Garbutt, J., and others.  Reducing medication prescribing errors in a teaching hospital.  Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  34(9):528-535, Sept. 2008.

Barrett, D.J.  The Evolving organizational structure of academic health centers: the case of the University of Florida. Academic Medicine.  83(9):804-808, Sept. 2008.

Coleman, D.L.  Establishing policies for the relationship between industry and clinicians: lessons learned from two academic health centers.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):882-887, Sept. 2008.

Levine, A.S., and others.  The Relationship between the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center: a profile in synergy.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):816-826, Sept. 2008.

Phillips, S.E., and Rubenstein, A.H.  The Changing relationships between academic health centers and their universities: a look at the University of Pennsylvania.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):861-866, Sept. 2008.

Pizzo, P.A.  Case study: the Stanford University School of Medicine and its teaching hospitals.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):867-872, Sept. 2008.

Pomeroy, C., and others.  Linking academic and clinical missions: UC Davis’ integrated AHC.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):809-815, Sept. 2008.

Sanfilippo F., and others.  Strong leadership and teamwork drive culture and performance change: Ohio State University Medical Center 2000-2006.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):845-854, Sept. 2008.

Wartman, S.A.  Toward a virtuous cycle: the changing face of academic health centers.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):797-799, Sept. 2008.

Wilson, M.R., and Kingman, R.D.  The Changing face of academic health centers: a path forward for the University of Colorado, Denver.  Academic Medicine.  83(9):861-866, Sept. 2008.

Hoppszallern, S., and Jeffries, J.  Academic hospitalsH&HN Most Wired.  Aug. 29, 2008.

Hohmann, S., and others.  Medical Tourism: Characteristics of International Patients and the Care They Receive at US Academic Medical Centers.  Oakbrook, IL: University HealthSystem Consortium, June 9, 2008.

Association of American Medical Colleges.  Industry Funding of Medical Education: Report of an AAMC Task Force.  Washington, DC: AAMC, June 2008.

Davies, S., and Bennett, A.  Understanding the economic and social effects of academic clinical partnerships.  Academic Medicine.  83(6):535-540, June 2008.

Merritt, M., and others.  Involvement abroad of U.S. academic health centers and major teaching hospitals:  the developing landscape.  Academic Medicine.  83(6):541-549, June 2008.

Schwartzstein, R., Huang, G., and Coughlin, C.  Development and implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for medical education at an academic medical center.  Academic Medicine.  83(6):550-559, June 2008.

Michener, J.L.  Improving the health of the community: Duke’s experience with community engagement.  Academic Medicine. 83(4):408-413, Apr. 2008.

Knater, S.L.  What is academic medicine?  Academic Medicine. 83(3):205-206, Mar. 2008.

Libecap, A.M., and others.  A Comprehensive space management model for facilitating programmatic research.  Academic Medicine. 83(3):207-216, Mar. 2008.

Rothman, D.J.  Academic medical centers and financial conflicts of interest.  JAMA. 299(6):695-697, Feb. 13, 2008.

Levin, S.A., and others.  Developing integrated clinical programs: it’s what academic health centers should do better than anyone. So why don’t they?  Academic Medicine. 83(1):59-65, Jan. 2008.

Santilli, S.M.  Current issues facing academic surgery departments: stakeholders’ views.  Academic Medicine.  83(1):66-73, Jan. 2008.

Mallon, W.  The Handbook of Academic Medicine: How Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals Work.  Washington:  Asociation of American Medical Colleges, 2008.  (W 18 M255h 2008).

Managing Emergency Preparedness.  Washington:  Association of Academic Health Centers, 2008.

Wartman, S.  The Promise and Power of Academic Health Centers.  Washington:  Association of Academic Health Centers, 2008.

Kastor, J. Selling Teaching Hospitals and Practice Plans:  George Washington and Georgetown Universities. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. (WX 27 AD6 K19s 2008).

Association of American Medical Colleges.  Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems: Serving the Nation Through Education, Research and Patient Care 2008.  Washington, DC: AAMC, 2008.


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