Atrius Health has held Education as one of its foundational pillars since its founding. The Academic Institute oversees and coordinates educational programs and initiatives for diverse learners, including medical students, residents, fellows as well as nurses, pharmacists, and physician assistants. The Residency Program in Primary Care and Population Health, jointly sponsored by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Department of Population Health at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Institute, is nationally renowned and has graduated more than 100 physicians who hold key positions in academia, healthcare policy, education, and innovation. Program leadership partners with others at Atrius Health to innovate in how we practice, teach, and compensate in Medical Education.
Time is Money: A Novel Compensation Method for Office-based Medical Student Teaching
Transition to Virtual Clinical Teaching: Process and Lessons Learned
Our Residents’ Diverse Interests and Backgrounds
Junior and Senior Residents’ Projects and Publications: Leadership, Innovation, Advocacy, and Education