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Healthcare Professionals / Progress Notes / Practice of Medicine

 
Penn Medicine’s CAR-T cell therapy now approved for adults with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
5/7/2018

Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute staff celebrates wider availability of potentially life-saving treatment.

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Epic integration simplifies use of state Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
5/7/2018

With single sign-on, clinicians can query the database without leaving the patient’s chart.

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LGH Mobile rolled out to all Duke Street inpatient nursing units
4/7/2018

Secure iPhone-based app enables clinical care teams to communicate more efficiently.

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Patient safety update: Do you know what it means to witness a consent?
3/2/2018

Plus: Plan to attend the Patient Safety Fair later this month at LGH, WBH or BURLE.

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Palliative care resources now available to all LG Health staff
2/3/2018

Research shows the benefits of open conversation with patients facing a serious illness.

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LGH’s 4 Lime innovation unit transforms the care experience
1/10/2018

New technology increases patient engagement while improving communication and efficiencies for clinicians.

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Penn, CHOP researchers develop groundbreaking treatment for inherited blindness
1/10/2018

FDA approves first gene therapy for treatment of a genetic disease.

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LG Health’s low-back pain protocol significantly reduces opioid use
10/6/2017

The number of patients who leave the Emergency Department with a prescription for opioids has dropped from 50 percent to 10 percent.

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‘Doctor shopping’ drops dramatically in Prescription Drug Monitoring Program’s first year
10/6/2017

More than 93,000 providers have searched the statewide database 10 million times.

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