Innovation is sweeping through US medical schools
from The Wall Street Journal
Critics have long faulted U.S. medical education for being hidebound, imperious and out of touch with modern healthcare needs. The core structure of medical school — two years of basic science followed by two years of clinical work — has been in place since 1910. Now a wave of innovation is sweeping through medical schools, much of it aimed at producing young doctors who are better prepared to meet the demands of the nation's changing healthcare system.
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