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For decades, medical education has followed a timeworn path — heaps of book learning and lectures, then clinical rotations exposing students to patients.

But as technology explodes into patient care (surgeons can preview operations using virtual 3-D images built from a patient’s scans), the gap between medical education and real-world care has “become a chasm,” said Marc Triola, director of N.Y.U. Langone’s Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, created in 2013 to address the issue.

“The health care delivery system is changing every day,” he said, “and our medical education system has been lagging.”

In what looks like an urgent game of catch-up, medical…

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