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Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals Deliver Thanksgiving Meals to Neighbors in Need

More than 3,700 Northeast Ohio families supported through various events.

UH and Cleveland Clinic Join Forces to Host Drug Take Back Day

Dozens of locations will collect medications and provide free naloxone on October 28 in an effort to help prevent substance misuse and overdose deaths.

GE HealthCare and University Hospitals enter 10-year strategic collaboration

Technology-powered collaboration aims to deliver AI-enabled devices and digital solutions at the enterprise level to increase clinical and operational efficiencies, drive workflow enhancements and improve patient outcomes.

Samuel Rodgers Melnick

University Hospitals Researcher Receives NIH Award to Study Real-World Effectiveness of Music Therapy in Medical Care

CLEVELAND – A researcher with University Hospitals (UH) Connor Whole Health has received a fellowship award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the impact of music therapy on patients in the hospital. Sam Rodgers-Melnick, MPH,...

CCF & UH Continue Collaboration to Support Economic Opportunity for Local Suppliers

Five companies chosen to mentorship program that aims to expand the knowledge and impact of local businesses headquartered in Northeast Ohio and owned by traditionally under-represented entrepreneurs

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New Study Confirms HeartFlow FFRct Leads to Improved Patient Outcomes

UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute becomes the first in the U.S. to adopt imaging technology that will significantly decrease cardiovascular mortality.

Peter Pronovost, MD

UH Helps Author Patient Safety Report for President Biden

UH provides only health system member on President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) Working Group on Patient Safety

University Hospitals Increases Distribution of Naloxone Amid Continuing Opioid Epidemic

CLEVELAND - Ohio continues to be on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s SUDORS (State Unintentional Drug Overdose Reporting System) database places Ohio as sixth in the nation for opioid-related...

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