Associate Professor Patricia "Polly" Pittman, Assistant Professor Leah Masselink, Research Assistant Lauren Bade, and Professor Leighton Ku coauthored "Factors Determining Medical Staff Configurations in Community Health Centers: CEO Perspectives," published in the Journal of Healthcare Management (2016 Sep/Oct;61(5):364-377
Analysis Suggests Funding for Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program
Running the federal Teaching Health Center (THC) Graduate Medical Education program created in 2011 under the Affordable Care Act costs much more than it was funded by Congress in 2015, according to an analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The program's goal is to increase the number of primary care doctors and dentists practicing in underserved parts of the United States.
Leonard Friedman Published in the Journal of Health Administration Education
Professor Leonard Friedman co-authored, “Competency in innovation, creative and innovative thinking: challenges within the Health Management course curriculum.” The article was published in the Journal of Health Administration Education.
Leonard Friedman Publishes on Best Practices in Health Care
Leonard Friedman is an author of "International "best practices" in health care: the roles of context and innovation," in Advances in Health Care Management (Volume 17, pp. 31-35, Emerald Group Publishing Limited).
Explores recent approaches to international best practices and how they relate to context and innovation in health services.
Fitzhugh Mullan Publishes on the Global Health Service Corps
Fitzhugh Mullan is a coauthor of "The Global Health Service Corps: Teaching for the World," published in the August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine (89(8): August 2014), which includes a supplement dedicated to the work of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative.