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High Value Care Assessment Tools - by Learner Level

These member submitted tools were reviewed by members of the AAIM High Value Care Work Group. Send AAIM an email if you would like to submit a HVC assessment tool to be included on this page.

Medical Students

Decision Support checklist of seven tests and procedures from Choosing Wisely (Medical College of Wisconsin)

15 key features examination questions and clinical decision-making questions surrounding high value care (University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry)

Assessment tool for attitudes surrounding the practice of high value care (University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry)

Checklist of seven tests and procedures from Choosing Wisely (Medical College of Wisconsin)

Three standardized patient cases with checklist and 13 standardized system cases (Southern Illinois University College of Medicine)

Online virtual patient module is a novel way to assess by giving real time feedback about ordering  "efficiency" (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine)

Residents

Assess communication with patient about unnecessary imaging for straightforward syncope (Ohio State University College of Medicine)

Chart stimulated recall with focus on diagnostic testing and management decisions (University of Nebraska College of Medicine)

Tool for auditing own chart or another person’s chart for providing preventive care (Baylor College of Medicine)

Facilitated small group cases focusing on HVC in preventive/screening and diabetes  (University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville)

Students and Residents

A novel educational conference called “Right Care Rounds uses case presentation format to explore and identify drivers of medical overuse and associated harms (University of Colorado School of Medicine)

After a module on HVC, learner reflects on own experience with a patient (Ohio State University College of Medicine)

The Do No Harm Project uses narrative medicine to help residents recognize medical overuse and reflect more deeply on their own clinical practice (University of Colorado School of Medicine)

SP cases with focus on HVC communication skills (State University of New York Upstate Medical University College of Medicine)

Three standardized patient encounters with facilitator guides for use in three high value care scenarios (University of Minnesota Medical School)