The new  emphasis on value-based care, managing populations and chronic diseases means that medical education must be reimagined.

A panel of physicians gathered during a morning session at the SXSW Conference  in Austin to discuss the need to redesign medical curriculum. That starts with a realization that “the competencies physicians need to be good healthcare providers and leaders are different now than they were 10 or 20 years ago,” said Susan Cox, M.D., executive vice dean for academics, chair, department of medical education, Dell Medical School, at the University of Texas at Austin.

Among the needed changes: