“How often does the patient visit the ER?” and “Would you be surprised if the patient died within the next 12 months?”
Patients with HIV often go untreated simply because they don’t realize they are infected. Grady Health System in Georgia decided to do something about it.
A daily checklist in Epic can a care team assess a patient’s overall recovery and risk of infection, as well as identify their progress toward specific care goals.
At Mercy’s Virtual Care Center in Chesterfield, Missouri, the world’s first telehealth-only facility, their program spans the entire continuum of care.
How can we make discussions about women’s pregnancy goals more brief, straightforward, and effective? The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health has done just that.
To cut down on the risk of a woman becoming pregnant while taking a medication that the FDA has identified as a cause of birth defects, UPMC implemented a set of Epic tools.
The Ochsner Cancer Institute has announced its new Precision Cancer Therapies program, which expands patient access to new cancer treatment techniques.
Lakeland Health clinicians now have up-to-date immunization records right at their fingertips for any Michigan resident who comes to Lakeland for care.
Ceramic sculpture by Kina Crow
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