Student Hotspotting; A Novel Interprofessional Learning Experience in Value-Based Care

By: Kyle M. Turner, PharmD Consider, for a moment, your “toughest” patients in clinic – the ones who show up about half the time (or less), seem to be in and out of the hospital or ER on a regular basis. They may be the people that your team throws up their hands and scratches … Continue reading Student Hotspotting; A Novel Interprofessional Learning Experience in Value-Based Care

Expanding the Possibilities of Health

By: Susan Terry, MD When I was the Executive Medical Director of the University Health Care Community Clinics, I received waves of requests for an urgent care center at our new (at the time) South Jordan Health Center. When medically urgent care was needed after 7:00 PM, or on weekends, our patients went to the … Continue reading Expanding the Possibilities of Health

I Believe There’s No Such Thing as Work-Life Balance

By: Katherine Fortenberry, PhD Previously published June 7, 2013, on the CFHA Blog I believe there’s no such thing as work-life balance. I think this every morning when I leave for work, watching my two-year-old son press his face against the front window and wave at me as I back down the driveway. It comes … Continue reading I Believe There’s No Such Thing as Work-Life Balance

Rural Utah

By: Julia Kammel, MD Have you ever heard of Bicknell, Utah? Neither had I. During our residency program we each have the opportunity to experience a month in a rural part of the country to learn how medicine is practiced there. I was lucky enough to be placed in Bicknell, Utah. To be honest, when … Continue reading Rural Utah

Why (not) Family Medicine? -Lloyd Michener, MD

Why (not) Family Medicine? is a series of posts from health care thought leaders, both inside and outside of Family Medicine. These will be posted every Friday. The participants were asked to focus on whatever they wanted in response to this question. We are glad that so many of these impressive leaders were willing to … Continue reading Why (not) Family Medicine? -Lloyd Michener, MD