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Monday, July 02, 2018

University Hospitals Joins Plug and Play Cleveland Innovation Platform As Founding Anchor Partner

University Hospitals will become the newest member of Plug and Play Cleveland as a Founding Anchor Partner of the innovation platform.
 
Plug and Play Cleveland is a global accelerator program and venture capital firm connecting startups, corporations and investors from around the world.  Plug and Play partners with organizations such as University Hospitals to provide a powerful network of expert  mentorship for startup companies.   

As a Founding Anchor Partner of Plug and Play Cleveland, University Hospitals will have access to a global network of startups working to develop innovative and impactful technologies.  Startups will look to UH as a proving ground for new health-oriented technologies, services, or tools.
 


Friday, June 29, 2018

University Hospitals opens innovative urban academic medical center

CLEVELAND – University Hospitals (UH) will soon open the doors to a new model of care in the heart of Cleveland’s MidTown neighborhood. The UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children is designed to provide community-centered care that addresses medical, social, and environmental factors influencing health – and to take a collaborative approach with patients and community stakeholders to address health disparities. This healthcare service unlike any other delivered by an academic medical center will welcome its first patients July 9.
 
“University Hospitals and members of the community designed the Center to help meet the specific needs of this community,” said Tom Zenty, UH Chief Executive Officer. “Together, we’re not only providing families with convenient access to compassionate medical care, we’re integrating resources to truly help enhance their health.”
 
Beyond traditional treatment and medical therapies, UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children aspires to improve the overall health and wellness of the Cleveland community. In addition to pediatric primary care and adolescent medicine, as well as pregnancy and gynecologic medical care for women, the Center will have community and educational areas for programs focused on prevention and total health needs in a convenient, one-stop location. 


Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Hip arthroscopy innovation now employed at University Hospitals represents paradigm shift for the surgery

CLEVELAND – Orthopaedic surgeon, Michael Salata, MD, Director, Joint Preservation and Cartilage Restoration Center at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Associate Team Physician, Cleveland Browns, is the first in Northeast Ohio to employ a new technique that lessens complications when performing hip arthroscopy.
 
The minimally invasive procedure is used to treat labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement and other hip joint issues. Hip impingements are a significant source of pain and missed time for athletes in sports such as hockey, running, dance, soccer and football. An increasing number of high profile athletes have undergone this procedure to quicken rehab time and return to action sooner.
 
There has been a rapid increase in the number of hip arthroscopies performed in the United States over the past two decades. Though statistics vary, the total amount of procedures done in the US has increased by 250 percent since 2011.


Wednesday, June 27, 2018

University Hospitals embraces new technology to extend physical therapy reach

CLEVELAND – University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center recently announced a new collaboration with Force Therapeutics to aid in the rehabilitation for orthopedic surgery patients.
 
Though there can be challenges in managing care for patients who come from greater distances, particularly those who require post-operative physical therapy, UH is empowering patients with information and communication wherever they are. 
 
The New York-based company is a surgeon-prescribed video platform that guides patients throughout their rehabilitation through video, episode-based education and rehab, automated navigation, and digital communication. 


Tuesday, June 26, 2018

NICU best in region according to U.S. News & World Report’s Rankings for University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital

CLEVELAND  - University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital (UH Rainbow) once again earned high recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals annual rankings. UH Rainbow is ranked No. 6 in neonatology, and among the nation’s 25 best children’s hospitals in orthopedics, cancer, diabetes and endocrinology, pulmonology and urology.
 
“It is rewarding to be recognized for the work our talented team of physicians and staff do each day, but even more rewarding to see the impact our care and compassion can make in the lives of our patients and their families,” says Marlene Miller, MD, MSc, Pediatrician-in-Chief, University Hospitals and Chair, Department of Pediatrics at UH Rainbow. “It is the reason we do what we do.”



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