Wednesday April 16 2015
MORNING BREAKOUT GROUPS AND ASSIGNED DISCUSSION QUESTION
Discussion Question: A half-century ago, the idea of physicians mixing clinical practice with “population-based” medicine was a novel idea.
Yet, both the community health center movement and the structure of the new specialty of “family medicine”, with its required panels of continuity patients seen in a family health center, are geared to the health and medical needs of specific communities.
Discuss how this approach to care differs from attempting to meet a community’s need with an intensive use of medical sub-specialists.
Group 1 (Norcross, Lead; Chiang (Scribe), Fredrick, Hansen, Henderson, McCanne)
Group 2 (North, Lead; Babitz, Dickson, Goodman (Scribe), Schlegel)
Group 3 (Olsen, Lead; Burnett WH, Herman, Kahn, Kimball, Slack (Scribe))
Group 4 (Prislin, Lead; Clasen (Scribe), Crawford, Hara, LeRoy, Webster)
Group 5 (Ross, Lead; Allen, Cox, Flinders, Fowkes (Scribe), Frey)
Group 6 (Wilke, Lead; Bejinez-Eastman, Geyman, Haughton (Scribe), Trope)