Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum

Welcome to the electronic version of the Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum. Currently, the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum is used in more than 190 Internal Medicine and Family Medicine residency programs, as well as in many nursing and medical schools.

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Inaugural Visiting Professorship in Primary Care: Dr. Rushika Fernadopulle - “Learning to Fly: Building a New Model of Consumer-Centered, Value Based Care.”

In October 2017, Dr. Rushika Fernadopulle, Co-Founder and CEO of Iora Health and Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, came to New Haven to serve as the Yale Visiting Professor in Primary Care, sponsored by the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum. Iora is an innovative model that aims to improve the delivery of care through team-based care, improved patient participation, and alignment of financial incentives. He met with health professional students, residents, faculty, and leadership from clinical administration and population health. He presented the Stephen J. Huot Lecture in Primary Care for the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds.

We are pleased to share with you, the subscribers of the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum, Dr. Fernandopulle’s lecture entitled, “Learning to Fly: Building a New Model of Consumer-Centered, Value Based Care.” Click below to view this video and other past Visiting Professorship in Primary Care Grand Rounds videos.

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