To create and maintain a diverse, representative group of engaged clinically-focused hospitalist care providers to identify ongoing operational issues that affect patient care across all hospital medicine services, and collaborate across those services to seek and implement solutions. Learn more.
The mission of the hospitalist Education Committee is to provide an unparalleled learning experience in an optimal educational environment for learners of all levels. The goals of the Education Committee include organizing, creating, and leading scholastic projects and activities, as well as enhancing the professional growth of hospitalists by enabling the development and honing of their teaching and mentorship skills. Learn more.
The Faculty Development Committee has developed several programs to help our faculty gain experience and mentorship and also created annual awards to recognize the best of our outstanding faculty. Learn more.
The mission of the Hospital Medicine Council (HMC) Committee is to further advance the success of the University of Michigan Hospital Medicine Program and its faculty. Goals of HMC include identifying and addressing programmatic problems, overseeing the creation of innovative programs to advance the development of our faculty and facilitate their work as clinicians, educators, and scholars, and facilitating faculty communication and engagement. Learn more.
The Quality Committee for Hospital Medicine serves two main functions for Hospital Medicine. 1) To perform quality assurance via peer review of referred and flagged internal medicine cases cared for on Hospital Medicine services and 2) to help direct, inform, and implement quality improvement initiatives for the Hospital Medicine services. Learn more.
The mission of the Wellness Committee is to identify and support actions that promote a culture of wellness in the Division of Hospital Medicine. Learn more.
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