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The Emergence of Population Health in US Academic Medicine: A Qualitative Assessment.

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Summary of "The Emergence of Population Health in US Academic Medicine: A Qualitative Assessment."

In response to rapidly growing interest in population health, academic medical centers are launching department-level initiatives that focus on this evolving discipline. This trend, with its potential to extend the scope of academic medicine, has not been well characterized.

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Name: JAMA network open
ISSN: 2574-3805
Pages: e192200

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