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  • Telehealth’s next big hurdles: integration and payment

    Telehealth’s next big hurdles: integration and payment

    Experts share what is needed to continue adopting telehealth for future growth.

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  • Patients are on board with health trackers but don't trust consumer wearables

    Patients are on board with health trackers but don't trust consumer wearables

    Dr. Todd Czartoski weighs in on the effectiveness of health care technology.

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  • Dr. George Diaz on lower coronavirus deaths as cases spike

    Dr. George Diaz on lower coronavirus deaths as cases spike

    Dr. George Diaz speaks with Fox News on where the U.S. is with the coronavirus.

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  • Nurse-ethicist-professor identifies most of all as healer

    Nurse-ethicist-professor identifies most of all as healer

    Johnny Cox was announced the 2020 winner of CHA's Lifetime Achievement Award for his work as a healer.

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  • How effective can contact tracing apps be as employees return to work

    How effective can contact tracing apps be as employees return to work

    Dr. Rhonda Medows on contact tracing apps and containing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.

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  • President and CEO Rod Hochman, M.D., honored as one of the ‘most influential’ people in health care

    President and CEO Rod Hochman, M.D., honored as one of the ‘most influential’ people in health care

    Modern Healthcare has named Rod Hochman, M.D. as one of the “50 Most Influential People in Healthcare.”

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  • Providence hires new chief legal officer with international experience

    Providence hires new chief legal officer with international experience

    Providence has named A. Verona Dorch as its new executive vice president and chief legal officer.

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  • New phase I immuno-oncology study for HPV16+ cancers

    New phase I immuno-oncology study for HPV16+ cancers

    An unmet clinical need exists for patients with cancers associated with human papillomavirus. A new phase I study at Providence Cancer Institute will evaluate a novel biologic therapy in patients with

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  • A World Traveler Who Loved Her Hometown

    A World Traveler Who Loved Her Hometown

    It’s little surprise that Pamela Ryan, a Hermosa Beach woman who died last August at age 73, decided to remember Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers Torrance and San Pedro in her estate.

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  • Providence Hospitals Honored for Excellence in Patient Safety and Patient Experience

    Providence Hospitals Honored for Excellence in Patient Safety and Patient Experience

    Providence St. Vincent Medical Center is being recognized in the top 2% of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide.

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  • Providence executives discuss launching telehealth program during pandemic

    Providence executives discuss launching telehealth program during pandemic

    Providence shares their experience launching and maintaining a telehealth program during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Providence taps video tool to help facilitate end of life discussions

    Providence taps video tool to help facilitate end of life discussions

    Providence is stepping up to address end-of-life care through videos focused on patient education to start the conversation.

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  • Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority directs $500,000 to Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative

    Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority directs $500,000 to Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative

    United Way of Anchorage and multiple community partners will provide 150 new housing units and offer intensive case management

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  • Alaska CARES' holistic treatment helps young abuse victims recover and thrive

    Alaska CARES' holistic treatment helps young abuse victims recover and thrive

    Alaska CARES is a program that focuses on helping coordinate a response to the maltreatment of a child.

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  • Cancer Immunotherapy Month

    Cancer Immunotherapy Month

    June is Cancer Immunotherapy MonthTM, an initiative to call attention to cancer immunotherapy, a specialized field focused on harnessing the power of the immune system to cure cancer.

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  • Providence at forefront of COVID-19 clinical research

    Providence at forefront of COVID-19 clinical research

    The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) brought about an unprecedented global threat to public health. Providence has been at the forefront of COVID-19 treatment and research in the United

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  • Dr. Henry R. Wolfe Dedicates 100th Birthday to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center

    Dr. Henry R. Wolfe Dedicates 100th Birthday to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center

    Henry R. Wolfe, MD, committed to walking 100 laps around his apartment complex by his 100th birthday on May 26 to support the #HeroesatSaintJoes and Minutes Matter campaigns at Providence Saint Joseph

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  • Caregivers ride emotional roller coaster from heroic wins to devastating loss

    Caregivers ride emotional roller coaster from heroic wins to devastating loss

    Giving caregivers the opportunity to talk about the cause of their distress and mental health clinicians.

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  • How remdesivir moved from back shelf to best hope for treating COVID-19

    How remdesivir moved from back shelf to best hope for treating COVID-19

    Remdesivir’s journey from idea to treatment is unprecedented.

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  • Generations of Care and Generosity

    Generations of Care and Generosity

    From broken bones to the birth of their children, and even a heart surgery, Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center has cared for many generations of the Kashani family, who have b

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