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When Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Minister of Health of the Republic of Rwanda, spoke to members of Dartmouth community recently, she began her talk, “Delivery Science and Capacity Building for Health: The Experience of Rwanda,” by reminding the audience that “we are all part of one community, the global health community” and asked them not to forget that “behind every…
August 26, 2015
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Cole Zanetti, DO, is a Leadership Preventive Medicine Resident (LPMR) doing his primary residency in Family Medicine at Concord Hospital. A divergent thinker, he is researching the intersection of positive deviance, quality improvement, informatics, health care delivery science and primary care. His career aim is to participate in the development and implementation of sustainable healthcare…

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Team TDI participated in The Prouty July 11 and 12 and raised $8,652 to support the good work of our colleagues at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Many of us  cycled or ran in Team TDI’s inaugural participation, which was a wonderful opportunity for each of us to get some good exercise, spend time with our colleagues and friends, and ensure that TDI was well represented in our…
July 3, 2014
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The Dartmouth Institute Class of 2014, one PhD, 13 MS, and 50 MPH graduates, were awarded their graduate degrees June 8. This group has put our total alumni over the 1,000 mark. The TDI graduates enjoyed their Class Day on June 6 at the home of Elliott Fisher, Director of The Dartmouth Institute. James Weinstein, CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and a TDI '95 alum, delivered the…
June 10, 2014
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The aging of the U.S. population has turned the prism to focus on the increasing number of families facing the challenge of providing care for people with dementia, said Julie P.W. Bynum, associate professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice.  Writing in the April issue of Health Affairs, she says the “long reach” of Alzheimer’s will have…
April 21, 2014
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Elliott Fisher, Director of The Dartmouth Institute, and TDI students jumped into icy waters for a good cause on Feb. 7 for Geisel's second annual Polar Plunge at Occom Pond. Braving a balmy 25 degrees on the surface, Fisher also persuaded his brother, Peter, Senior Fellow at Tuck's Center for Global Business and Government, and Bob Holley,  Director of Advancement for The…
February 7, 2014
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The 2014 Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice (SIIPC), taking place in Hanover, June 25-27, will convene medical, legal, ethics and policy professionals and patient advocates around the individual and systems-level consequences of the lack of transparency and patient involvement in health care. The conference is titled The Legal and Ethical Implications of Keeping Patients in the…

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Longtime thought leaders in value-based care from The Dartmouth Institute have partnered with the leadership experts from the Tuck School of Business to offer a 3-day program for senior executives who are responsible for developing and delivering innovative health care solutions.   Navigating the new environment of value-based care is a monumental undertaking. As a…
December 3, 2013
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A conference in honor of John E. Wennberg, titled Location as Destiny, was held Oct. 14-15 at Dartmouth College to look back and ahead at the contributions of the founder of The Dartmouth Institute and the Dartmouth Atlas. View presentations.
November 5, 2013
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The 4th annual Wennberg International Collaborative was held Oct. 16-18 at Dartmouth College.  The collaborative brought together 93 experts from 19 countries and 5 continents.  The conference welcomed four new countries to the collaborative: Hungary, Denmark, Peru, and Portugal. The Collaborative is a joint initiative between Dr. David Goodman of The Dartmouth Institute for…
October 24, 2013
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