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The Academic Health Center in the 21st Century - Through Drama to Impact

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Title: The Academic Health Center in the 21st Century - Through Drama to Impact
Author: Eaton, R. Philip
Subject: Biotechnology
Intellectual Property
Technology Transfer
Entrepreneur
Bob Kroc
Academic Medical Centers
Abstract: The historical advancement of academic faculty through the academic ranks has changed in the 21st century with the addition of a new fourth role at the interface with American industry. To the decades of Healing as an Assistant Professor, of Exploration as an Associate Professor, and of Management as a Professor, has been added the decade of Economic Engagement and Impact as a senior faculty member of today’s Academic Health Center (AHC). The intellectual capital in today’s AHC is one of the major sources of the country’s creative innovation in medical diagnosis and therapy, and managing this capital to meet the expectations of society to impact health care outcomes is a unique opportunity in the history of disease. The successful AHC needs excellence within each of these faculty groups if it is to meet societal expectations and establish sustaining AHC economic stability for the 21st century.
Date: 2005-03-16
Description: Acknowledgement: This article was first presented as the Kroc Foundation Distinguished Lecture at the Western Regional Meeting of the Western Society of Physicians in Carmel, California on February 7, 2002.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/327


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