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Time to heal: American medical education from the turn of the century to the era of managed careKenneth M Ludmerer 1999 © Oxford University Press
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Kenneth M. Ludmerer describes the evolution of American medical education from 1910 - when a muck-raking report on medical diploma mills spurred the reform and expansion of medical schools - to the current era of managed care, when commercial interests once more have come to the fore, compromising the training of the nation's future doctors. Ludmerer portrays the experience of learning medicine from the perspective of students, house officers, faculty, administrators, and patients, and he traces the immense impact on academic medical centers of outside factors such as World War II, the National Institutes of Health, private medical insurance, and Medicare and Medicaid.
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Part I Fulfilling the Social Contract: Medical Education as a Public Trust and the Capture of Public Confidence
Part II Medical Education in the Era of the Multiversity: The Growth of Research and Service in a Period of Abundance
Part III Breaking the Social Contract: The Erosion of University Values, the Decline of Public-Spiritedness, and the Beginning of the Second Revolution in Medical Education
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