One of the changes taking place at many doctor's offices, due in part to adoption of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a trend toward “team-based care,” a model that incorporates advanced care professionals in addition to physicians.
As the need for skilled clinicians grows in the nation's health care system, Penn State College of Medicine prepares to welcome the inaugural class of a new Physician Assistant (PA) program this spring.
Representatives from Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and the University Park Regional Campus of Penn State College of Medicine accepted a $2.5 million state grant from Pennsylvania State Senator Jake Corman today.
Treating patients with dementia can be viewed as a difficult task for doctors, but Penn State College of Medicine researchers say storytelling may be one way to improve medical students' perceptions of people affected by the condition.
Penn State College of Medicine has been awarded a prestigious $1 million grant by the American Medical Association as part of a program aimed at transforming the way the physicians of tomorrow are trained.