Dean Bonita Stanton of the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University was interviewed and featured in Industry Magazine. The article, "Healthcare's Horizon," explores the new School of Medicine as a shift in paradigm for both medical pedagogy and health care delivery.
Noting how "The anticipated Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine will offer an innovative team-based approach that will mirror how healthcare will be delivered in the future," the article begins:
Physicians of the future will undoubtedly think and cure differently. Tomorrow’s doctors will not only have to be bio-medically trained, they will also have to be behaviorally and socially skilled in order to become both socially responsible and collaborative members of the healthcare system and provide high quality, patient-centered care. Now, for the first time in several decades, New Jersey is getting its own private medical institution, one focused entirely on this forward-thinking approach to medicine.
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