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The UHF materials come from an 18-month project that partnered with three New York City-based health care systems— the Institute for Family Health, Montefiore Health System, and Northwell Health.
Widely known for improving the processes to transfer and transport patients, Jonathan Berkowitz, MD, will oversee the medical care for 120,000 patients annually.
Monowar Aziz, PhD, received the five-year R01 grant to examine a protein’s role in increasing inflammation and injury in sepsis to develop new therapies.
Northwell’s second annual Safe Patient Handling Olympics joined clinicians from 14 hospitals to evaluate proper patient safety.
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Rachel Bond, MD, discusses the effects of heart disease for women with Real Simple.
Northwell partners with more than 77 colleges in the NYC area to provide behavioral health care for college students. NPR reports.
Gayatri Devi, MD, discusses the "brain fog" with the New York Times.
Drs. Noah Rosen and Gerald Bernstein comment on the unexpected findings of a study of more than 74,000 French women
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Recent data shared from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons provides a credible look into positive outcomes for cardiothoracic surgery. Find out why.
Bad leadership can have toxic impacts on an executive and organization. Avoid these "don'ts" for effective leadership.
Sandeep Kapoor, MD: To effectively reverse opioid and alcohol addiction, we must change the way our doctors and clinical teams are practicing medicine.
As burnout continues to impact physicians nationwide, Northwell is working hard to address the issue via resiliency programs.
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Parkinson’s disease was interfering with life, but deep brain stimulation put William Bridges back on the dance floor.
A novel rehab regimen revitalized Chen Lie after she suffered a stroke.
Brachytherapy can help men with prostate cancer to avoid surgery and enjoy a quick recovery. Radioactive seed therapy has returned 80-year-old Larry Fenster to his normal life after prostate cancer.
After osteoarthritis deteriorated Margaret Tapogna’s left hip, replacement surgery helped her get back on the dance floor.
Editors choice: Spotlight on physician burnout
Northwell responds to the epidemic impacting physicians across the US. Burnout has negatively influenced patient experiences and even led to suicide.
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