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This installment in our Leaders in Medicine Series features Dr. Elizabeth Trowbridge, MD, FACP. Dr. Trowbridge is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, while also serving as Division Chief for General Internal Medicine and Associate Vice Chair of Primary Care. Over the past decade, she and her team have been instrumental in reinventing their approach to primary care within the university hospital system. She has driven enormous change in striving towards delivery of patient care in a safe, timely, equitable, and efficient manner. Dr. Trowbridge provides some of her insights regarding evolving models of primary care physician compensation as well as necessary adaptations due to the pressure of COVID. We were excited to host her and hope that you enjoy her talk, “Primary Care, Population Health, and the Great Disruptor: A Journey Through Time”.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
March 1, 2022

Primary Care, Population Health, and the Great Disruptor: A Journey Through Time

Elizabeth Trowbridge, MD
Phillip August and Sarah Neely Herrmann Professor
Senior Vice Chair, Department of Medicine
Division Chief, General Internal Medicine
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

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