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Quality in the design and management of a medical school education program depends on the ability to access and analyze relevant information in a timely fashion. The components of a medical-education information system should support learning and instruction as well as the administrative and research responsibilities of the program. A system capable of meeting these needs requires core, operational, and strategic components. This article discusses a conceptual schema of the medical schooldoi:10.1136/jamia.1996.96236278 pmid:8653446 pmcid:PMC116292 fatcat:p3skwdlkezdbzebyohhzhz3tra