Is there a role for academic medical centers in emerging markets?

Charles M Wiener, Steven J. Thompson, Sandford Wu, Mohan Chellappa, Salim Hasham

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Governments in emerging markets face mounting challenges in managing health spending, building capability and capacity, modernizing ageing infrastructure, and investing in skills and resources. One path to overcoming these challenges is to establish new public-private models of health care development and delivery based on United States academic medical centers, whose missions are to advance medical education and clinical delivery. Johns Hopkins Medicine is a participant in the collaboration developing between the Perdana University Hospital and the Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine in Malaysia. These two organizations comprise an academic health science center based on the United States model. The Perdana project provides constructive insights into the opportunities and challenges that governments, universities, and the private sector face when introducing new models of patient care that are integrated with medical education, clinical training, and biomedical research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)4-6
Number of pages3
JournalWorld hospitals and health services : the official journal of the International Hospital Federation
Volume48
Issue number4
StatePublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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Medical Education
Medicine
Capacity Building
Private Sector
Malaysia
Health
Biomedical Research
Patient Care
Organizations
Delivery of Health Care

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Is there a role for academic medical centers in emerging markets? / Wiener, Charles M; Thompson, Steven J.; Wu, Sandford; Chellappa, Mohan; Hasham, Salim.

In: World hospitals and health services : the official journal of the International Hospital Federation, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2012, p. 4-6.

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