Movement to accelerate value education nationally

HVPAA and Costs of Care are teaming up to ignite high-value care medical education across the United States in a new campaign entitled MAVEN: Movement to Accelerate Value Education Nationally.

Our mission is for every medically related graduate school and graduate level training program (nursing, advanced practice provider, physician) to include principles of high-value practice in their curricula.

Does your medical school or residency training program include health care value in the curriculum?

If the answer is “no”, see FREE resources below the map.

If the answer is “yes”, put your program on the map using this form

Medical educators in need of high-value care curricula can easily change the answer from “no” to “yes” using this 4 year curriculum for medical school or graduate medical education (residency, fellowship) training programs. All resources are free.

Year 1

Discovering Value Based Healthcare: interactive modules from Chris Moriates and Dell Medical School, UT Austin

Year 2

Costs of Care Value Conversation Series Modules 

Year 3

Order Wisely: Brief (15 min) lectures by subspecialty trained physicians on appropriate use of tests (imaging, lab) and treatments (medications, transfusions, etc), tailored to 3rd year electives or residency training program and the patient care setting (inpatient vs ambulatory):

Internal Medicine


Emergency Medicine


Opioid Stewardship


Year 4

High value care journal club

Value-based quality improvement project resources for residency and fellowship programs

Free, high-quality online resources


Imaging Stewardship

Laboratory Stewardship

Antibiotic Stewardship

Opioid Stewardship

Put your program on the map!

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