The Need To Incorporate Health Information Technology Into Physicians’ Education And Professional Development

Educational Innovations Committee” Abstract: Nationwide, as physicians and health care systems adopt electronic health records, health information technology is becoming integral to the practice of medicine. But current medical education and professional development curricula do not systematically prepare physicians to use electronic health records and the data these systems collect. We detail how training in… Read More

Fact Sheet: Impact of Medical Education in New York State (2012)

Incorporated in 1967, the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) is a consortium of the sixteen public and private medical schools in New York State. Working in partnership with its members, AMSNY’s mission is to promote high quality and cost efficient health care by assuring that the medical schools of New York State can… Read More

Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) Diversity Programs Profiled

The Capitol Press Room, a daily radio program broadcast from the Capitol, and produced by WCNY radio profiled two initiatives championed by the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) that are designed with a two-fold purpose: encouraging young people from low-income communities to pursue careers in the health sciences; and addressing the challenges of… Read More

The Associated Medical Schools of New York Successfully Held its 2011 Symposium

Educational Innovations Committee” The Associated Medical Schools of New York successfully held its 2011 Symposium “The Challenge of Competencies in Undergraduate Medical Education” on September 16th in the Goldwurm Auditorium at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Its goal was to share approaches, solutions to key challenges and best practices with regard to the implementation on… Read More

The Impact of Medical Education on the State of New York (2010)

In July 2009, the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY), a statewide consortium of New York’s public and private medical schools, retained the services of Tripp Umbach, a private research organization, to conduct a study on the economic, research, community and social benefits of the State’s academic medical centers (the fifteen medical schools and… Read More