Healthcare Hotspotting and Super-Utilizer Fellowship seeks applications
The Crozer-Keystone Health System Department of Family Medicine and the Camden Coalition are seeking applications for the 2016-17 Healthcare Hotspotting and Super-Utilizer Fellowship. This unique fellowship gives primary care providers the opportunity to address the systemic causes of super-utilization and work with patients who suffer from chronic and complex medical conditions.
This year long fellowship seeks to train Family Physicians to become clinical champions for the development of strategies and the implementation of systems to address this issue of frequent utilization by working closely with the Camden Coalition and Crozer-Keystone. The Super-Utilizer Fellowship aims to enable family physicians to develop and contribute to a unique and sustainable approach to health care distribution.
Splitting their time between Crozer-Keystone and the Camden Coalition, fellows will see patients in an outpatient setting, learn from the Crozer-Keystone and Camden Coalition clinical teams, conduct research, and participate in conferences and presentations.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Fellowship webpage or contact the fellowship coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-690-4471.