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How can we accommodate patient needs and comfort with technology as medicine goes digital?

Elisabeth Kunkel, M.D., Jefferson Medical College, says we need more data.

How can we get better, cheaper therapies from bench to bedside?

Vicki Seyfert-Margolis, Ph.D. former senior advisor for Science Innovation and Policy at the U.S Food and Drug Administration says trying to cure every orphan disease would consume the entire U.S. GDP. How can we lower drug and device development costs?

Translating vision into action

Transforming academic medicine is a complex task, it requires that we rethink the entire structure - governance, money flows, teams vs. individuals, the list is long. Perhaps the biggest challenge, however, is how to take the leadership vision and engaging the entire institution in acting on the vision.

Are on-site health clinics the health care solution for employers?

David Jackson, senior vice president of strategic services, ARUP Laboratories, says more companies are looking for alternative ways to lower insurance premiums. Could on-site clinics be the answer?

What can health care providers learn from car manufacturers about providing greater value?

Michael Glenn, M.D., chief medical officer, and Lucy Glenn, M.D., chief of radiology, from Virginia Mason share what's working for them.

How can the library be the hub that brings people together across disciplines?

Scott Plutchak, Ph.D., Interm Director the edge of Chaos Innowatch Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham, shares his thoughts.

How can milestones for residency training allow customized learning and flexible timelines?

Paula Termuhlen, M.D., general surgery residency program director, Medical College of Wisconsin, says residency programs need to be reimagined in order to face the physician deficit head-on.

How do we find a way to value indispensable faculty contributions?

Harriet Hopf, M.D., accociate dean for academic affairs, University of Utah, says retention, tenure and promotion policies need to move beyond NIH grants and funding.