Milton Family Practice is home to the University of Vermont’s Family Medicine residency program. As efforts to improve the value of health care increase, graduate medical education accreditation organizations may begin to reward and penalize residency programs based on their commitment to teaching and providing value-based care. Residency programs currently lack a clear strategy to prepare residents to assess and deliver value-based care. In this presentation, I present the VALUE Framework (Patel, Davis, & Lypson 2012) for the University of Vermont Family Medicine residency program to teach residents to assess and deliver value-based care for their patients during preceptor sessions.
Milton Family Practice
Vermont, residency training, graduate medical education, value, value-based care
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Medical Education | Primary Care
Marchese, Alexander W., "Teaching Value-based Care: A Framework for a Family Medicine Resident Clinic" (2017). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 289.