The American Resident Project is a platform that enables young physician leaders to connect, share their ideas, and explore new concepts to transform the American health care system. The following are examples of their innovation.

Team-based coordinated care is becoming known as a best practice that delivers on the triple aim by improving care and lowering costs.
As providers continue to gain access to patient data, they are using that data to improve the care experience by providing better care at lower costs to produce more positive outcomes.
Patients often go to the ER for issues that can be treated by a primary care provider more cheaply and efficiently.
In the national debate on health care reform there is one change almost everyone agrees will help improve our health care system: increasing access to primary care.
It is important for patients to not only understand the health care system, but also how to manage and treat their conditions and overall health.
We know that burnout rates are not only high among physicians, but also that they appear to be on the rise.