By combining Dell's technology and consulting expertise with TAMHSC's innovative research and education programs, the collaborative effort will enhance development, implementation and adoption of novel technologies that will revolutionize information-driven primary care, resulting in improved patient outcomes and overall cost savings across healthcare systems worldwide. Ultimately, the academy aims to advance healthcare discovery and business innovation by increasing providers' knowledge and understanding of the value of IT through technology-driven continuing medical education for current physicians, new curriculum for medical and health professions students, and training programs for other clinicians.
"As part of our mission,
"The advances in healthcare technology today are driving improvements in patient outcomes and providing greater accessibility to quality care around the globe," said
Curriculum development is underway, with the goal of launching the first technologically focused continuing medical education program later this year.
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