Here is an interesting article from the October/December 2007 issue of the Journal of Ambulatory Care Management:
Greene BR, Filerman GL. Reinventing CME: The role of the care pilot in the medical group practice. J Ambul Care Manage 2007; 30(4):283-290.
Abstract: This article recommends that the content of traditional continuing medical education be changed significantly to include the concepts and skills necessary to enable practice teams to feedback information into the practice, which would result in the creation of a learning organization with the ability to plan for and anticipate future activities. The primary role in this new organization would be called a care pilot who would have as a primary responsibility, the successful navigation and improvement of the 6 aims as spelled out in the Institute of Medicine report Crossing the Quality Chasm. PubMed Record Journal Record
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