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Family Medicine & Community Health Grand Rounds: "How to Build a Health Care System 101"

Michael Fine, MD
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Tuesday, May 14, 2019
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Michael Fine, MD

Learning Objectives:

- Be able to identify two infectious diseases and one malignant condition that can be eliminated in the U.S. if we were to develop a population-based primary care system that cares for all Americans.
- Identify two sources of population based health indicators in the U.S. (There are only two). Explain how communities can develop their own data source to measure and report on the incidence and prevalence of disease in their own community.
- Describe two social movements in the U.S. led by physicians that had a major impact on American society after 1964.
- Explain how Neighborhood Health Stations are similar to and different from Community Health Stations.

Contact: Andrea Martin