Health Systems Science Linking Domain-SO

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Systems Thinking:

A lens, perspective, or mindset that consciously considers and actively seeks to understand the elements that comprise the micro-, meso-, and macro-level layers forming the systems that define the nature of healthcare within a society.

Systems thinking requires viewing the system’s individual aspects, inter-relatedness, and potential for change through growth.

AMA Learning Series module can be found here.

Modified from: Skochelak SE, Hammoud MM, Lomis KD, Borkan JM, Gonzalo JD, Lawson LE, Starr SR, eds. Health Systems Science. 2nd Ed. Philadelphia, PA: AMA Education Consortium; 2021