Discussion on Medical Education and Training on The Stoler Report: "Medical Schools Training the Next Generation of Health Care Professionals"

On March 14, 2013, leaders from NYS’ medical schools joined Michael Stoler, host and producer of The Stoler Report, to discuss the topic, “Medical Schools Training the Next Generation of Health Care Professionals.” Participants included:

Allen M. Spiegel, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Lawrence Smith, MD, MACP
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine

Executive Vice President & Physician-in-Chief
North Shore-LIJ Health System

Dennis Charney, MD
Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean
Icahn School School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Edward Halperin, MD, MA, FACR
Chancellor for Health Affairs
Chief Executive Officer
New York Medical College

The show airs on the award winning CUNY TV, Channel 75, (Time Warner & Cablevision, and Channel 109 on RCN Cable) owned and operated by the City University of New York. The show also airs on WEGTV Channel 22 in East Hampton and Montauk, Long Island.

During this double-segment show, Drs. Spiegel, Smith, Charney, and Halperin spoke successively on a variety of related issues, providing their insight on training and educating health care professionals in light of the ongoing changes in health care, the growing baby boomer population, and the Affordable Care Act. In addition, they discussed the changes which are taking place in the medical school curriculum, inter-professional education, and the role research plays in health care outcomes.

The show is scheduled to air on May 7th and May 14th this year.

To watch the full broadcast online, click here.

For more information about The Stoler Report, click here.