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Mobile Health Technologies Could Potentially Save the Nation Billions Annually and Improve Care for Millions Nationwide

Mobile Health Expert and mHealth Summit Panelist, Dr. Richard Migliori of UnitedHealth Group, Available for Interview.

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Abramson Center at UH Works to Personalize Health Care

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Researchers at the Abramson Center for the Future of Health are on a quest to determine how people acquire and use information to make decisions, how they test those decisions and how they use that knowledge to act in their own self interest in the health care arena. Cliff Dacso, a practicing physician and UH professor, leads the charge.

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U-M’s Concept of Value-Based Insurance Design Featured in Major Journal

Health Affairs recognizes U-M leadership in implementing Value-Based Insurance Design in public and private sectors.

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E-Smart Technology from CWRU Helps Youth Cope with Mental Illness

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While many young adults will share the details of their daily lives with friends on Facebook, communicating with their doctors about mental illness is another story. E-SMART-MH, developed at Case Western Reserve University, might improve those communications.

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Gottlieb Memorial Hospital Serves Up Room Service-Style Dining

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Patients at Loyola's Melrose Park community hospital order meals from a restaurant-style menu at the time of their choosing.

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New Toolkit Provides a Practical Overview Guide on VTE for Health Professionals

The Venous Disease Coalition is proud to announce the launch of a new toolkit that provides some of the key concepts about venous thromboembolism (VTE) and anticoagulant management. It may be accessed online at www.venousdiseasecoalition.org/vte-toolkit.

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Wanted: Minority Scientists to Study Reproductive Health

Scientists from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and Morgan State University have received a $ 3.2 million National Institutes of Health grant designed to promote racial, ethnic and socio-economic diversity in reproductive science research.

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Genetic Medicine, Diagnostic Biomarker, Diagnostic, Therapy, Cell And Molecular Research, Chemistry, Biopolymers, Patent, License, National Institutes Of Health

Technology That Integrates Diagnostics, Therapeutics Licensed

Techulon Inc. has signed a license with Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties Inc. to market a new DNA delivery platform that carries a beacon so scientists can follow its progress. The material, which integrates therapy with diagnostics, was created by Theresa Reineke at Virginia Tech and Joshua Bryson at Techulon.

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CIMIT Spins Out Hand Hygiene Start Up

A recently formed Boston-based start up called HanGenix is the first company to be spun out of the new CIMIT Accelerator program. HanGenix is focused on reducing hospital acquired infections (HAI) by installing comprehensive hand hygiene solutions that remind clinicians to perform proper hand hygiene and document their compliance. The CIMIT Accelerator program facilitates technological innovations that can be handed off to industry within twelve to eighteen months.

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Columbia University Medical Center Joins Study to Find Earliest Changes in the Brain That May Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

Volunteers in New York, NY are being sought for a clinical study examining the subtle changes that may take place in the brains of older people many years before overt symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) appear. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center are specifically looking for people with the very earliest complaints of memory problems that affect their daily activities.







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