10/06- During three Oct. 4 town hall sessions, medical school and SLUCare leaders answered questions about the TEAM project, institutes, priorities and strategies to move forward.
09/28- Ali Kosydor, SLUCare's chief of clinical transformation, and Gary Whitworth, the medical school's chief of finance, will oversee the process to move TEAM forward.
09/26- Guided by the principles of delivering quality and growth in a culture based upon excellence and accountability, TEAM's 22 initiatives provide a clear path to achieve goals.
09/22- The medical school's Faculty Assembly Executive Committee shares its executive summary of faculty questions and comments about the school's transition to an institute model.
09/15- Details are being worked out to incorporate a matrix design of both institutes and academic departments. Faculty and staff are urged to become engaged in the design process through town halls, meetings and conversations.
08/10- The institute model uniquely positions us to deliver our mission by enhancing our ability to serve others.
07/28- In changing to an institute model, SLU will be at the forefront of innovation in the field of academic medicine.
07/26- Faculty and staff express their commitment to mission and desire for a major culture change in recent climate survey.
06/27- The one overarching goal of TEAM is to drive growth and quality in everything we do.
06/08- TEAM Medical Advisory Council supports data-driven decisions, notes the importance of trust to move forward.
05/12- Work has begun on the Transformative Excellence in Academic Medicine (TEAM) initiative by gathering data, interviewing leaders within the organization and defining a high-level plan for the transformation.
04/24- TEAM will help achieve strategic goals by broadly examining structure and function across clinical, research, education and service missions in the School of Medicine and SLUCare.