senior vice president emeritus of health sciences at the University of Utah, was named chair-elect, AAMC, says innovation must come from the top down. University of Utah
Valerie Williams, Ph.D., vice provost for academic affairs and faculty development, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, says we need to learn how to take full advantage of faculty and staff.
Peter Slavin, M.D., president, Massachusetts General Hospital, says AMCs need to lead in controlling health care costs.
Michelle Lin, M.D., emergency medicine, UCSF, says innovation doesn't need to be perfect to be implemented.
Robert Gugliemo, Wayne State University student, says social media can be an invaluable tool for patients and providers.
Mark Laret, CEO, UCSF Medical Center, says we need to reimagine how we carry out our work by asking the difficult questions.
Aaron Byzak, M.B.A., University of California San Diego, weighs in on how to align care with technology and taking care of patients.
Carol Rumack, M.D., University of Colorado, says experts have a responsibility to participate in online conversations.
Former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine and Harvard professor emeritus Arnold Relman, M.D., implores his physician colleagues to be part of the change.