Items Tagged ‘Mayo Clinic’

June 3, 2014

Apple Unveils HealthKit and Highlights New Mayo Clinic App

By Mystery User

The future of health care embraces mHealth — medical services delivered via mobile devices — as nearly 100,000 health-related smartphone apps are helping people improve their overall health with tools to track their personal health and fitness data as well as connect with their physicians. At the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2014 keynote address, Apple unveiled HealthKit, […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Apple, Dr. Wald, Future of Health Care, health apps, HealthKit, innovation, John Wald, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic app, mHealth, mobile apps

May 20, 2014

Virotherapy Shows Promise Against Multiple Myeloma

By Mystery User

The future of health care relies on medical innovations, new technologies, and research to advance the quality of patient care and improve patient outcomes. Recently, Mayo Clinic researchers delivered on a promising new treatment, virotherapy, in the battle against the deadly cancer, multiple myeloma. The findings appeared in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings and describe […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, blood cancer, cancer, clinical trial, Future of Health Care, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, measles, measles vaccine, modified measles vaccine, multiple myeloma, myeloma

April 29, 2014

Collaborative Teams Building the Future of Health Care

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Those of us who have sought medical care at Mayo Clinic may have witnessed first-hand the “miracles” that happen here. We see nurses, physicians, pharmacists, therapists…whole teams of practitioners working together to turn around even the most dire diagnoses. We see the cutting edge procedures that save lives, and probably the most impactful of the Mayo […]

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Tags: Center for Innovation, deep brain stimulation, Division of Engineering, innovation, Kevin Bennet, Mayo Clinic, patient care, Transform, Transform symposium

April 17, 2014

Sex-Specific Research in the Future of Health Care

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Virginia Miller, Ph.D., director of Mayo Clinic’s Specialized Center of Research on Sex Differences, has spent her career advocating for the importance of conducting research that is sex-specific. That means that research studies include both men and women, and that the results are analyzed separately by sex. Historically – and even today – that still […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Bernadine Healy, Bernadine Healy Award, Dr. Miller, Future of Health Care, Mayo Clinic, research, sex differences, Virginia Miller

April 8, 2014

Growing Stem Cells in Space to Treat Stroke Patients

By William Rupp, M.D. William Rupp, M.D.

Regenerative medicine promises to someday radically transform the way we deliver care to patients. Quite simply, it has the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organs, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair. This bold new field of medicine is the future of health care. Even though […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Abba Zubair, cell therapy, cell therapy laboratory, Center for Regenerative Medicine, Dr. William Rupp, Dr. Zubair, Florida, Future of Health Care, health care, international space station, Mayo Clinic

March 27, 2014

Preparing for the Future of Health Care

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How does a health care organization prepare for the challenges ahead in the future? John Noseworthy, M.D., CEO and president of Mayo Clinic, shared his perspectives on the Twin Cities Public Television’s (tpt) acclaimed weekly public affairs show, Almanac. Cathy Wurzer and Eric Eskola hosted a live broadcast on Friday, March 21, from the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester. Dr. Noseworthy highlighted […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Destination Medical Center, DMC, Dr. John Noseworthy, Future of Health Care, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, patient care

March 19, 2014

The Future of Health Care at Mayo Clinic

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John Noseworthy, M.D., CEO and president of Mayo Clinic, met with Dale Kurschner, editor in chief of the Twin Cities Business, to discuss the future of health care in America. Dr. Noseworthy emphasized how Americans deserve a high quality, sustainable health care system that will deliver safer patient care and better outcomes. One way that Mayo Clinic plans to […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Dr. Noseworthy, Future of Health Care, John Noseworthy, Mayo Clinic, Optum, Optum Labs

March 11, 2014

The Future of Health Care for Heart Patients is a Click Away

By Susana Shephard Susana Shephard

The future of health care remains challenging, and at times uncertain, but the promise of mobile technology improving patient outcomes, lowering costs and creating a seamless patient experience continues to hold true. Mayo Clinic physicians and staff developed and implemented a standardized practice model over a three-year period (2010-2012) that significantly reduced variation and improved predictability of […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, cardiac surgery, David Cook, Future of Health Care, heart surgery, iPad, Jeffrey Thompson, Joseph Dearani, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, myCare program, Sharon Prinsen

March 4, 2014

Mayo Clinic Expands Its Reach in 2013

By John Noseworthy, M.D. John Noseworthy, M.D.

I am pleased to report that Mayo Clinic reached a record 63 million people in 2013. Our strong performance was bolstered by successful implementation of new care delivery models — such as the Mayo Clinic Care Network — that provide knowledge to patients, physicians and consumers in traditional and new ways. Expanding our reach is not a […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, Dr. Noseworthy, Future of Health Care, John Noseworthy, John Noseworthy MD, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Care Network

February 25, 2014

Unlocking the Secrets of the Human Genome

By Mystery User

Individualized medicine promises to play a key role in the future of health care. At the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, we’re gathering  knowledge about a patient’s genome (or DNA) to diagnose, predict, treat and prevent disease – allowing us to deliver medical care tailored to the patient’s genomic make-up. With better diagnoses, earlier interventions, more-efficient […]

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Tags: #futureofhealthcare, bile duct cancer, Binary Indexing Mapping Algorithm, Biomarker Discovery Program, cancer, Center for Individualized Medicine, Future of Health Care, genomic sequencing, George Vasmatzis, Mayo Clinic, Mitesh Borad, TGen

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