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Mark Rosenberg MD FASN ASN President

rosenberg_new.PNGI am honored to be ASN President in 2019 and excited by the possibilities for this year. ASN developed and launched a 5-year strategic plan in 2016. Significant progress has been made on all strategic goals, and these remain as the main issues ASN will need to address over the course of the next year. In 2019, I’d like to see ASN focus on accomplishing three broad goals that will continue the society’s momentum and help accomplish the strategic plan by the end of 2020.

Mark E. Rosenberg
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Rachel N. Meyer
Mark E Rosenberg MD FASN and Rachel N Meyer

Rapid changes are occurring in the healthcare environment, with greater emphasis placed on the care experience, its value/cost, and health outcomes. These changes are outpacing educational reforms, leading to growing gaps between medical education and clinical practice. Particularly concerning is trainee readiness for such gap areas as systems redesign, quality improvement and patient safety, population health, and interprofessional practice. Medical education must continue to evolve to address these gaps, and nephrology is at the cutting edge of these transformations.