Check out this article in the Washington Post about how medical schools are changing their curriculum to fit the times. It sure looks like they are buying into managing "the patient as the whole" which I think is great but my fear is that a lot of politically correct agendas are being put on the schedule just to make the schools look good. "We came up with a number of drivers that made it clear to us that our curriculum was going to have to change to adapt to future societal developments". If that is true then they need to lower the cost of medical school making it easier to go into primary care. And pay primary care docs more. All the other stuff is just a pretty wrapper that accomplishes very little.