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Curriculum for Educators and Residents
The High Value Care Curriculum (HVC) has been jointly developed by the American College of Physicians (ACP) and the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) in an effort to train physicians to be good stewards of limited healthcare resources.
This curriculum was initially released in July of 2012 and is available in a condensed and updated format. The newer version of the curriculum can be completed in six hours and includes audio/video content and a robust program director toolbox to help program directors measure curricular impact and individual resident performance in high value care.
Six Curriculum Topics
1. Eliminating Healthcare Waste and Over-ordering of Tests
2. Healthcare Costs and Payment Models
3. High Value Diagnostic Testing and Cancer Screening
4. High Value Hospitalization
5. Overcoming Barriers to High Value Care
6. High Value Quality Improvement
This toolbox includes a retrospective, pre-post survey that you can ask your residents to complete to assess the effectiveness of the curriculum. In addition, tools to help faculty and program directors assess competence in high value care milestones are provided. Examples include a high value care educational prescription, a framework for fellow audit and feedback in high value care, a high value care conversation guide, and a tool to assess high value care teaching on rounds.
- Assessing HVC Milestones
- Sample Resident Evaluation Form HVC Milestones
- HVC Curriculum Impact Survey
- HVC Educational Prescription
- HVC Audit and Feedback
- HVC Critical Appraisal Economic Analysis
- HVC Presentation #6 Sample HVC QI Slideshow
- HVC Presentation #6 Teachable Moments JAMA Internal Medicine
- HVC Presentation #6 Sample HVC QI Poster
- HVC Presentation #6 Sample 2 HVC QI Poster
- HVC Presentation #6 Sample HVC QI Report