UH Clinical Update April 2022

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Luke Rothermel, MD UH Surgical oncology

The Case for Screening Surgery Patients for Low Health Literacy

New study finds low health literacy lengthens hospital stays and increases use of post-acute resources for cancer surgery patients, but has potential for mitigation with early identification and intervention - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

Raymond Bermea, MD

Helping Patients Stay Healthy in the University Hospitals System

Ray Bermea, MD, a recent “Dinner with the Doc” honoree, helps UH physicians map out achieving care retention and population health goals to benefit their patients - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

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Rethinking Research and Innovation at University Hospitals

With our talented workforce of 30,000+ caregivers, groundbreaking ideas can come from anywhere – please share them us - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

Robert Guerin, PhD UH Clinical Ethicist

University Hospitals Bioethicists Help Caregivers and Patients Navigate Ethical Dilemmas

End-of-life care, shared decision-making, patient privacy just a few of the issues where a consult can be helpful - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

Helping University Hospitals Navigate the Pandemic

Claudia Hoyen, MD, a recent “Dinner with the Doc” honoree, is a reassuring source of infectious disease expertise for UH, the region and the nation during COVID - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

transcatheter aortic valve replacement

TAVR Patient Goes Home Same Day as Procedure

Success a collaboration of Valve and Structural Heart Disease Center, Hospital@Home, Cardiac Cath Lab, Meds to Beds - UH Clinical Update | April 2022

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New Alzheimer’s Disease Study Seeks Northeast Ohio Volunteers with Down Syndrome

UH Clinical Update | April 2022

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