The U.S. health care system is changing, including becoming more data-driven, evidence-based, patient-centered,
and value-oriented. The traditional medical education has been the same for over 100 years, but is no longer ideal in today's changing health care system. What changes to medical education have been implemented or recommended within the past five years in order to produce physicians and other health care professionals who are better prepared to practice in today's health care system? Provide an example from the past five years and explain the logic behind the change or recommendation?
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