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Plastic Overwhelming Landfills? Worms Might Be Part of the Solution

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OHSU Leads Team to Prevent Cardiomyopathy Through Gene Correction

Oregon Health and Science University scientists have demonstrated an effective way of using a gene-editing tool to correct a disease.

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Cambridge First Organization Outside of US to be Recognized
as Most Wired

Cambridge University Hospitals and its eHospital platform designed by Epic became the first health organization outside the United States to be designated as a Most Wired hospital.

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A Smoking Intervention Leads to Lasting Results

In a recent study at the University of Liverpool, smokers underwent a CT scan and—regardless of what the scan showed—were more likely to quit than a control group.

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Epic and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

Epic’s work throughout was repeatedly rated “Exemplary” by the USCG in formal documented reviews.

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Brigham and Women’s Surgeon Encourages E-Prescribing for Opioids

In an article in the Annals of Surgery, Atul Gawande argues that there is an urgent need to expand the use of electronic prescriptions for opioids.

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Geisinger Uses Epic to Identify a Genetic Disorder in Hundreds of Patients

Through a study of patients’ genes and Epic data, Geisinger found that one in every 256 people have a gene variant for Familial Hypercholesterolemia.

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Epic Named “Best Overall” for 7th Consecutive Year

Epic was named Best Overall Software Suite in addition to receiving top recognition in 11 other Best-in-KLAS or Category Leader rankings.

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