THE KEY TO ARIZONA LEAPFROGGING AHEAD IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Genesis of this Report
Much of the excitement in medical science and care is found in collaborative work between research and clinical practice. The Arizona Board of Regents has taken steps to ensure that collaboration is a hallmark of Arizona’s educational and medical institutions.
In 2003, the Regents created the Arizona Biomedical Collaborative (ABC) to plan and coordinate joint efforts among Arizona’s three universities. At the same time, the Regents created a committee, dubbed the Health Sciences CEO Input Group, to focus on coordinating health research and health care efforts and to ensure that vital knowledge and information is transmitted to Arizona policy makers and citizens. Chaired by Regents Don Ulrich and Ernest Calderon, this CEO Group consists of chief executive officers for the state’s universities, community colleges, hospitals and health care enterprises.
In July 2004, this gro
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