New Harvard fellowship aims to transform healthcare

Harvard Medical School's Center for Primary Care has launched a new part-time, one-year InciteHealth Fellowship to transform healthcare and its delivery in the United States. Fellows, called "inciters," focus on broad themes like healthcare costs, communication and management of complex care, according to BetaBoston. Not all of the 22 fellows are physicians. The program is made up of small interdisciplinary teams set to find creative solutions and "invent the future of healthcare," according to program director Paola Abello. Inciters come from all across the United States, meeting in person at weekend boot camps and working remotely, under the guidance of physicians and healthcare experts. The end goal is to turn the fellows into entrepreneurs. Article

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