2017: Medical education that improves value and outcomes for patients
In December’s Issue of PME, two of Lucid’s senior management
team – Shula Sarner and Tanya Goodyear – consider how medical education will
evolve in 2017.
They discuss industry trends, such as the continuing search
for value in healthcare, and the importance of defining patient-centric care when
delivering value, quality and outcomes.
They also reveal how Lucid
aims to evolve the way it measures the impact of its behaviour-change process,
Advance Outcomes®. By building on the existing evidence-base, Lucid will
develop new approaches to capturing metrics on value and outcomes for patients.
Both Shula and Tanya
agreed that it was Lucid’s unique
vision and approach to medical education that attracted them to join the
organisation in the first place, and they are looking forward to making a
difference in 2017.