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Patient Care Coordination Platform for MD Anderson Cancer Center
 
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MD Anderson chose Endeavour to be a mobility partner to empower their patients with a personal health management solution. For more details, visit www.techendeavour.com/mobility The mandate was to develop a personal health management solution on iOS and Android platform using waterfall model. To incorporate the possibility of integrating electronic health records with the application in the future, Native app development approach was preferred over Hybrid. The app was successful in integrating personal health reports, breakthrough research, care guides etc., which created transparency for the patients along with a sense of connect, thereby increasing customer satisfaction and customer loyalty.
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Picis Success Story - CareSuite Anesthesia Manager at MD Anderson Cancer Center
 
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The MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas has been using Picis' CareSuite Anesthesia Manager for over 6 years. In this clip, Dr. John Frenzen, associate professor of anesthesiology, speaks on how software from Picis has helped the Center to improve business and clinical management, mine data for outcomes management, enhance patient experience, automate patient charting, optimize workflow, and improve quality and efficiency. For more information on Picis' CareSuite Anesthesia Manager, please visit http://picis.com/products/perioperative/anesthesia-manager/default.cfm.
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00122.university of texas md anderson cancer centre houston u.s
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Yeniaras NCIGT
 
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Brain tumor ablation. A software module developed by Erol Yeniaras et al at the Department of Imaging Physics at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Presented at NIH NCIGT Workshop, September 2012.
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Introducing ePatCare oncology case presentation software
 
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It's easy to bring cases into a presentation; ePatCare provides a nice organised platform to be able to address specific elements that are important in a tumour board type presentation, like the pathology, the radiology and the important pieces of the case history. Dr Robert Coleman of MD Anderson Cancer Center talks about how he would introduce ePatCare software to his colleagues. To download the ePatCare software for free, visit InOncology at: http://www.inoncology.com/oncology-case-studies/epatcare-patient-cases-program.html
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Innovations at MD Anderson Cancer Center: Using CCM for Improved Data Quality
 
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Continuous controls monitoring (CCM) is an innovative technology that has dramatically improved data quality and productivity for the Development Office at MD Anderson Cancer Center. What began as technology deployed in the Finance function of the institution has been adapted and customized for de-duping donor and acquired name files, and for identifying previously unknown family relationships that have been very helpful for major gift prospecting. Attendees at this session will hear about the successes at MD Anderson's that have been possible through use of CCM, and more importantly how to apply some of its benefits through techniques that will work with basic SQL. Joe Oringel Managing Director, Visual Risk IQ Visual Risk IQ uses a combination of deep expertise and cutting-edge tools to assist Development Organizations and other clients get better data, faster. Our projects lower costs and improve data quality. Representative works include innovative applications for identifying and removing duplicate constituent names, including leased or purchased names from disparate data sources. Cloud-based (SaaS) and client-hosted solutions allow a range of options for our clients both large and small. visualriskiq.com Nancy Penner Manager, Systems Analyst Services, MD Anderson Cancer Center Nancy is Manager, Systems Analyst Services, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Nancy has been responsible for the management of the Millennium fund-raising software, data integrations, reporting and analytics for MD Anderson?s Development Office since 2001. The office is a major-gift oriented office that raises $200 million annually and growing. Under Nancy?s direction the systems solutions for the Development Office have expanded beyond the core Millennium application to include the use of Oversight?s continuous controls monitoring system for improved data integration and data quality.
Просмотров: 105 The DRIVE/conference
Anil K. Sood, MD:  The Phase III Study Of Pazopanib for Ovarian Cancer
 
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Dr. Anil Sood sits down with Selma Schimmel on The Group Room where they discuss the phase III study of pazopanib as well as touch on a cervical cancer study citing use of an Anti-angiogenesis drug does provide benefit for patients with cervical cancer. This interview was filmed at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting in Chicago 2013. Anil K. Sood, MD: Graduate Faculty, Regular Member, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX Professor, Department of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine, Division of Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX Director, Ovarian Cancer Research, Department of Gynecologic Oncology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX Vice Chairman, Department of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine, Translational Research, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX Co-Director, Center for RNA Interference and Non-Coding RNA, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX Director, Blanton-Davis Ovarian Cancer Research Program, Department of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine, Division of Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Просмотров: 509 Vital Options International
First scalp, skull transplant simultaneously with kidney and pancreas transplant
 
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On May 22, 2015, a team of MD Anderson plastic surgeons conducted the first-ever scalp and skull transplant simultaneously with a kidney and pancreas transplant. The transplant, conducted on 55-year-old Austin software developer and leiomyosarcoma survivor James (Jim) Boysen, was first conceptualized by Jesse Selber, M.D., associate professor in Plastic Surgery at MD Anderson. “When I first met Jim, I made the connection between him needing a new kidney and pancreas and the ongoing anti-rejection medication to support them, and receiving a full scalp and skull transplant at the same time that would be protected by those same medications,” says Selber, who came up with the idea of conducting the scalp and skull transplant at the same time as the kidney and pancreas transplant. “This was a unique situation that created the opportunity to perform this complex transplant.” Selber worked with four MD Anderson plastic surgeons -- Mark Clemens, M.D.; Matthew Hanasono, M.D.; Edward Chang, M.D.; and Peirong Yu, M.D. -- and the transplant and reconstructive surgery teams from Houston Methodist Hospital. Learn more about the scalp and skull transplant: http://www.mdanderson.org/newsroom/news-releases/2015/houston-methodist-md-anderson-perform-first-multi-organ-transplant.html #endcancer
Просмотров: 23723 MD Anderson Cancer Center
Top Ten Best Hospitals In The World
 
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Top Ten Best Hospitals In The World 10. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles U.S. 9. Bumrungrad International Hospital in Bangkok Thailand 8. The Priory in UK 7. Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden 6. Harvard Medical School in Boston U.S. 5. University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston of the U.S. 4. Ormond Street Hospital in London UK 3. Stanford Hospitals and Clinics U.S. 2. Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Johannesburg South Africa 1. Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore U.S. Thanks for watching! :)
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EndNote Best Practices for Sharing Manuscripts
 
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Sharing EndNote Libraries and manuscripts can be tricky. This webinar will demonstrate best practices for e-mailing, combining and sharing libraries with colleagues. Learn more: http://mdanderson.libguides.com/c.php?g=625577&p=4362026
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Scheduling an appointment at MD Anderson
 
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At MD Anderson Cancer Center, we understand that scheduling appointments can be difficult and frustrating, that's why we aim to make scheduling an appointment a smooth process. The first thing to do is to obtain your medical records. There are two ways to get copies of your records. MD Anderson can request them for you or you can ask your community doctor to send us a copy of all samples, reports and scans related to your cancer. Watch this video to see what needs to be done to make an appointment, or learn more about scheduling an appointment at https://www.mdanderson.org/about-md-anderson/contact-us/askmdanderson/appointments.html.
Просмотров: 266 MD Anderson Cancer Center
CIO Chris Belmont takes you behind MD Anderson's OneConnect go-live [video case study]
 
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Shortly after go-live, we managed to catch up with MD Anderson CIO Chris Belmont and get some of his thoughts on what made this go-live so successful. Chris talks about the decision to move from best-of-breed solutions to Epic's integrated system and what the partnership between MD Anderson and Epic is like. He also goes into some early results (Hint: 22-percent reduction in wait times by day 4 of go-live). Learn more at blog.nordicwi.com. Transcript: My name is Chris Belmont. I'm the VP and CIO here at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas. I arrived at MD Anderson about two and a half years ago. At that point, MD Anderson had made the decision to move off of the homegrown electronic medical records system they had, which was not only homegrown ambulatory EMR, but it was a hodgepodge or collection of other best of breed solutions, like most organizations have. They decided that, you know, our motto here is to make cancer history, and what we decided was our goal wasn't to make software history. The idea of "Let's focus on our core competency,” go with a proven platform that would provide the services that we needed throughout the institution, in a very integrated fashion, that allowed our caregivers and our cancer fighters to focus on what they do best, and make them more efficient. About that time, MD Anderson selected Epic as the electronic medical record, or as we call it here, the electronic healthcare health record of choice. We were very selective in our partners and probably more importantly, the actual consultants that engage with us. Our goal was to keep our use of consultants below ten percent, not for budget purposes, but because we felt that we needed to own this project going forward. As much knowledge transfer is desired, it just doesn't happen as easy as if you own it yourself. We engaged with several organizations. Nordic was one of the most productive and efficient and valuable resources we had. They came in very quickly. I remember my first exposure to a couple of them, I had to ask was that us or them, because you couldn't tell that they were from the outside, which is the perfect scenario, because we always felt that they were engaged with MD Anderson, and to the benefit of the project, but also the institution. It was very gratifying to see them kind of gravitate to the mission, just like we have, as we do every day as employees. Full transcript at blog.nordicwi.com/
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MEDICAL BROLL
 
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various shots of labs, researchers, exteriors, hallways - MD Anderson Cancer Center -- the largest cancer reasearch center in the world. To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/37014999_297.do
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Meet general oncologist Sunil Patel
 
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http://bit.ly/2stzaDx Sunil Patel, M.D., is an associate professor in the Department of General Oncology at MD Anderson in Katy. He earned his medical degree from The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He is a medical oncologist/hematologist with clinical interests in breast, lung and head & neck cancers. Dr. Patel’s primary academic interest is in expanding access to novel clinical trials in the community setting. He is developing an interactive electronic informed consent platform for clinical trials and is a co-investigator on MD Anderson’s National Clinical Trials Network U10 Grant. Dr. Patel's father was an internal medicine doctor and growing up he saw firsthand what it means to be a doctor. To him, medicine is really about blending science, what we know about health and disease, and how we connect with people. He also knew that oncology was a field that changes rapidly and it was clear that we were going to develop more drugs and cures to treat the disease better over his lifetime. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family. He is inspired by the strength he sees in his patients every day.
Просмотров: 389 MD Anderson Cancer Center
Sequencing the Single Cancer Cell | Adventures in Genomics
 
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Single cell sequencing is revolutionizing our understanding of the mechanism of tumor progression, tumor development, and metastasis. This may ultimately lead to improved cancer detection, diagnosis, and treatment. Subscribe to Illumina: http://bit.ly/IlluminaYouTube Links: http://www.illumina.com/science/education/adventures-in-genomics.ilmn Nick Navin at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center --http://faculty.mdanderson.org/Nicholas_Navin/Default.asp?SNID=2113230403 For more info on applications in cancer - www.illumina.com/applications/cancer/research.ilmn For more info on applications in other areas www.illumina.com/science/publications/publications-review.ilmn The Adventures in Genomics video series hosted by the Illumina Scientific Affairs team. Embark on a fascinating journey, exploring amazing discoveries and meeting the scientists behind the breakthroughs who are helping us better understand ourselves and the world around us. See all our Adventures in Genomics videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKRu7cmBQlah8wHBByBXEO0dNW-xNvvX_ http://www.Illumina.com
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Colonoscopy: Access to Endoscopy Reports at my.mdanderson.org
 
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To help my patients access their electronic medical records including endoscopy reports, I created this tutorial
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Maintaining your files in four simple steps.
 
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Having trouble with clutter on your computer? Try these four easy steps to help organize your files to work neatly and efficiently. If you have any questions about file management or preservation at MD Anderson, feel free to contact me at: jjgarza@mdanderson.org To access Box.com at MD Anderson, follow this link (MD Anderson faculty, students, and staff only): https://mdacc.account.box.com/login (MD Anderson faculty, students, and staff only)
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InfoVine Non-Profit Symposium: Engaging Individual Donors:Speaker #2
 
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Chris Kasavich, MBA, CFRE, Director of Philanthropic Resources at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
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Electronic Medical Records - MD Anderson Cancer Center
 
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At MD Anderson, patients can interact with over 100 individuals during their cancer treatment. Adopting electronic medical records allowed MD Anderson to maintain patient files and implement breaking research in clinical treatment faster. http://content.dell.com/us/en/healthcare/healthcare-electronic-medical-records?dgc=SM&cid=248506&lid=4320121
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Proton Therapy Center Boosts Software To Fight Cancer
 
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Full Story: http://indianapublicmedia.org/news/proton-therapy-center-boosts-software-fight-cancer-50748/ WTIU's Elias Orfan reports on a new partnership between IU Health and a Knoxville based software company that could help improve cancer treatment.
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ViSion Structured Reporting
 
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2017 INNOVATION CHALLENGE - SEMI-FINALIST http://siim.org/page/17innovation_challen -------------------------------------------------------------------- David J. Vining, MD, MD Anderson Cancer Center Andrea Pitici, VisionSR, Inc. Adrian Prisacariu, VisionSR, Inc. Cristian Popovici, VisionSR, Inc.
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ePatCare oncology software is a versatile communication tool
 
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The new ePatCare software tool presents information is a way that is very easy to understand and scalable. You can address your trainees at their level of understanding; and also your practicing physicians who have a very good understanding of the processes. So that makes it a very versatile instrument to effectively communicate oncology case studies. Dr Robert Coleman of MD Anderson Cancer Center talks about using ePatCare to communicate cases to people with different levels of understanding. A new version of ePatCare is available as a free download from: http://www.inoncology.com/oncology-case-studies/epatcare-patient-cases-program.html
Просмотров: 337 Boehringer Ingelheim
06 Qualitative Research - MD Anderson Cancer Center (Customer Insights Dashboard)
 
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MD Anderson Cancer Center (Customer Insights Dashboard)
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The University of Pathology Informatics
 
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Welcome from Michael W. Riben, MD Pathologist, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Chair, UPI Executive Committee
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FWC spot Coleman   Computer
 
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Movements MATTER! Surgeons Team Captain Ron Coleman, Chief of Gynecologic Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, invites YOU to register for the National Race to End Women's Cancer 8K/1Mile Walk on November 6th in Washington, DC. Help us raise awareness and crucial research funds to prevent, detect, treat and defeat women's cancers!
Просмотров: 225 Karen Bate
Texas Doctors Do First Skull and Scalp Transplant
 
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Texas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment. MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital doctors announced Thursday that they did the operation on May 22 at Houston Methodist. The recipient — Jim Boysen, a 55-year-old software developer from Austin, Texas — expects to leave the hospital Thursday with a new kidney and pancreas along with the scalp and skull grafts. He said he was stunned at how well doctors matched him to a donor with similar skin and coloring. Boysen joked in an interview with The Associated Press, "It's kind of shocking, really, how good they got it. I will have way more hair than when I was 21." http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2015-06-04-US-MED-Skull-Transplant/id-fed3425c207c4132af098a2cf7ec71e0 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
Просмотров: 3385 Wochit Healthy Living
ViSion for Radiology Structured Reporting [University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center] App Demo
 
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Presented by David J. Vining, M.D., Medical Director, Image Processing and Visualization Lab, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Health Data Initiative Forum III: The Health Datapalooza June 5, 2012
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October 2016 Heart of MD Anderson
 
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In Facilities Management there are many people working behind the scenes. You may never see them out and about, but we all benefit from their hard work and talent. One of those people is Malon Turner. “He’s always on time and at the end of the day if you need something extra, he’s always there to help,” says Mike Ramsey, a senior plumber. A plumber on our South Campus, Turner helps make sure that our facilities are running well so that our teams of esteemed researchers can focus on the work being done in their labs. “He exudes confidence and friendliness,” says his director, Randy Mikula. “His team members and the people he supports feel like Malon always has their back.” Because of the positive way he approaches his job and his dedication, Turner is October’s Heart of MD Anderson. Faith and positivity Turner’s faith is very important to him and it guides how he approaches each day at work. “I don’t do things to be praised,” he says. “It’s about doing what I can so that somebody can have a good day.” Turner’s positive approach is well known throughout his department. “He’s always thinking about others,” says Richard Thomas, a senior stationary engineer. “He tells everyone that’s why we’re here – to help other people.” Michael Justilian, a senior instrumentation technician, adds to Thomas’ description of Turner. “I know that when his feet hit the ground each day, he aims to make it a good day,” says Justilian. More than a job Turner began his career at MD Anderson 18 years ago as a maintenance technician. Over the years, Turner recalls that there have been many people who have inspired him and mentored him to help him learn his trade better. He tries to do the same. “If somebody was nice enough to bless me with their knowledge, I try to pass it on and help somebody, too,” he says. A recent example of this was when Turner volunteered to be a part of a pilot program for his department. In the pilot, he helped test a new software program that allows plumbers and other technicians to be more efficient with their work orders by recoding their daily operations out in the field on an iPad instead of paper. After the pilot finished, Turner took it upon himself to write up a document outlining his experience and feedback. “I want to do all I can to make the maintenance process a good experience,” he says. “The more we can speed up the turnaround time for repairs, the quicker our researchers can get back to their work.” For Turner, he knows that his work and the work of the people he supports is part of a larger purpose. “It’s bigger than us,” he says. “It’s about Making Cancer History.”
Просмотров: 154 MD Anderson Cancer Center
How To Use QR Codes
 
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MD Anderson is now using QR (quick response) codes in publications and communications to link to supplemental material such as videos, podcasts and websites. Learn how easy it is to use on your smartphone.
Просмотров: 639 MD Anderson Cancer Center
Texas Doctors Do First Skull and Scalp Transplant
 
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Texas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment. MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital doctors announced Thursday that they did the operation on May 22 at Houston Methodist. The recipient Jim Boysen, a 55-year-old software developer from Austin, Texas — expects to leave the hospital Thursday with a new kidney and pancreas along with the scalp and skull grafts. He said he was stunned at how well doctors matched him to a donor with similar skin and coloring. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2015-06-04-US-MED--Skull%20Transplant/id-5668598224de40b58bc80fdd8f93f116 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
Просмотров: 97 Wochit Healthy Living
Air Transportation Assistance For Cancer Patients
 
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http://bit.ly/cEpvdk Grace Flight of America, Southwest Airlines and Continental Airlines are among the organizations that provide free air transportation to patients traveling from their homes to MD Anderson for treatment.
Просмотров: 1435 MD Anderson Cancer Center
Exporting Search Results from Scopus to EndNote
 
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This video will show you how to export search results from Scopus to EndNote. Learn more about EndNote with our EndNote Online Guide: http://mdanderson.libguides.com/endnote
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The Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center opens Sept. 26.
 
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Banner Health and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have teamed up to create the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center opening on Sept. 26 in Gilbert, Ariz., and country music artist Candy Corburn is here to support it.
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Improved chemotherapy administration reduces chance for medication errors
 
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Download from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/improved-chemotherapy-administration/id431848216?i=318639298 MD Anderson Cancer Center is the first hospital in the United States to implement a new technology that will greatly improve chemotherapy quality control. Our main goal is patient safety. Kelley Reece, assistant manager in Pharmacy, explains how this software helps standardize the delivery of care across technicians and clinics. She also gives a behind the scenes look at how chemotherapy drugs are individually prepared for each unique patient.
Просмотров: 278 MD Anderson Cancer Center
MD Anderson Affiliation - Community Health Network Press Conference
 
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Community Health Network announced today that Community Hospital North and Community Hospital East will become affiliates of MD Anderson Cancer Network™, a program of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. This collaboration will provide certified physicians at these two Community hospitals with access to evidence- based guidelines, treatment plans and concordance studies developed by MD Anderson experts. These are disease-specific guidelines for cancer treatment, cancer prevention, early detection and follow-up care, bringing new hope to local cancer patients by using treatment guidelines developed by a national leader in cancer care. For nine of the past 11 years, including 2012, MD Anderson has ranked number one in cancer care in the "Best Hospitals" survey published by U.S. News & World Report. "This is a game changer for our network," said Community Health Network President and CEO, Bryan Mills. "By teaming up with MD Anderson Cancer Network, we're combining the best of what we provide locally with the world-renown expertise of MD Anderson. Professionals in the medical field know the MD Anderson name very well, as it's the gold standard for cancer care. Through our exclusive local affiliation, we'll help to raise the standard of cancer care in Central Indiana." Community oncologists now certified by MD Anderson Cancer Network will initially treat cancer patients at Community Hospital North and Community Hospital East. Plans are to seek MD Anderson Cancer Network certification of cancer centers at Community Hospital Anderson, Community Howard Regional Health, and at Community Hospital South. "Community Health Network has a long tradition of providing exceptional health care in Central Indiana. We're excited about this new relationship, which will further enhance patient care by adding MD Anderson expertise," said Bill Murphy M.D., chairman, MD Anderson Physicians Network. "Together, we'll ensure that patients across Indiana have access to the highest quality cancer care available." Learn more at http://eCommunity.com/cancercare
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Doctors Perform World's First Skull-Scalp Transplant
 
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Texas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment. MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital doctors announced Thursday that they did the operation on May 22 at Houston Methodist. The recipient —55 year-old Jim Boysen software developer from Austin, Texas — expects to leave the hospital Thursday with a new kidney and pancreas along with the scalp and skull grafts. He said he was stunned at how well doctors matched him to a donor with similar skin and coloring. http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/564430/s/46f0c66b/sc/32/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Cnews0Cworldnews0Cnorthamerica0Cusa0C116522250CDoctors0Ein0ETexas0Eperform0Eworlds0Efirst0Eskull0Escalp0Etransplant0Bhtml/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
Просмотров: 138 Wochit Healthy Living
Tendrils -- A Sexual Renewal Program for Women Surviving Cancer
 
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For over 30 years, Leslie Schover, PhD., clinical psychologist at MD Anderson Cancer Center, has counseled and treated cancer patients experiencing sexual dysfunction resulting from cancer treatment. Dr. Schover is currently leading a clinical trial called Tendrils (A Sexual Renewal Program for Women Surviving Cancer) for women aimed at providing self-help methods as well as possibly providing medical and psychiatric assistance. Tendrils is an interactive software program that is being developed to eventually help women all over the world. In this podcast, Dr. Schover discusses sexual dysfunction in women and the concept of Tendrils.
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Data Mining -- Excavating for Information
 
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Data mining, the automatic or semi-automatic analysis of large quantities of data to extract previously unknown interesting patterns such as groups of data records, is a powerful tool in fundraising. This session will focus on implementing data mining and using the results. Two organizations, the University of Puget Sound and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, will describe their use of data mining to identify prospects for specific fund raising initiatives. The University of Puget Sound developed an alumni attachment score to gauge which constituents are most closely connected to the University in an effort to identify the next tier of alumni with whom engagement efforts should be focused. Additionally, a planned giving ranking score is used to identify potential planned giving donors. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center launched the Moon Shot Program in 2012 with the goal of translating scientific discoveries into better patient care -- faster -- by using innovative technology, setting ambitious goals and transforming our approach to end cancer once and for all. The Center mined existing data to align prospects to the appropriate areas for funding of the Moon Shot Program. Jill Steward Senior Product Manager, Abila Jill Steward is the Senior Product Manager with Abila responsible for the strategic direction of the enterprise level fund raising product Millennium. For over fifteen years, Jill has worked with Millennium software in report writing, training, implementation, product direction and as the customer ombudsman. Nancy Penner Manager, Systems Analyst Services, MD Anderson Cancer Center Nancy is Manager, Systems Analyst Services, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Nancy has been responsible for the management of the Millennium fund-raising software, data integrations, reporting and analytics for MD Anderson?s Development Office since 2001. The office is a major-gift oriented office that raises $200 million annually and growing. Under Nancy?s direction the systems solutions for the Development Office have expanded beyond the core Millennium application to include the use of Oversight?s continuous controls monitoring system for improved data integration and data quality. Sean Vincent Director of University Relations Information Services, University of Puget Sound Sean Vincent has served as the Director of University Relations Information Services at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA for the past thirteen years. Sean's prior roles at Puget Sound included Director of Annual Giving and Major Gifts Officer.
Просмотров: 147 The DRIVE/conference
Is Proton Therapy Treatment Optimal for Childhood Cancer?
 
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MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center physician Dr. David Grosshans talks about the importance of proton therapy radiation for childhood cancer. After sharing the difference in traditional IMRT radiation and proton therapy, he discusses why proton therapy is optimal for children, how children tolerate proton therapy, preliminary outcomes for children treated with proton therapy, and the importance of having a comprehensive and dedicated team devoted to treating children with this form of radiation.
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Peer-to-Peer Consultations with MD Anderson Cancer Network
 
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http://bit.ly/1MSlVoj What is a peer-to-peer consultation with MD Anderson Cancer Network®? Mark Cripe, DO, a breast and melanoma surgeon at OhioHealth, explains. Dr. Cripe is an MD Anderson Certified Physician, and explains that through OhioHealth’s affiliation, MD Anderson certifies medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and surgeons. “One of the great things that we have access to, now that we’re affiliated with MD Anderson Cancer Network, is we have the opportunity to do what’s called a peer-to-peer,” says Dr. Cripe. A peer-to-peer is a consultation with an MD Anderson Cancer Network physician. The process involves submitting a patient’s case electronically, having it reviewed by an MD Anderson physician, and then setting up a phone call so that all physicians can discuss it together. According to Dr. Cripe, the relationship between OhioHealth and MD Anderson really validates what physicians at OhioHealth have been doing for years – taking great care of patients. He shares that even though this relationship is not apparent to many patients, it is helpful to discuss difficult cancer cases during a peer-to-peer. There is also an option of presenting unique cases to MD Anderson Tumor Boards, where all of the different affiliated sites can discuss them and learn from one another. Another benefit of peer-to-peer consultations, is that they give patients more confidence in the treatments that have been recommended for them. “It is nice to know, that for those really tough cases, for those very unique experiences, we have another person with MD Anderson Network affiliation,” says Dr. Cripe. “We can type in a peer-to-peer consultation and have those additional resources right on hand, even if it’s not in our backyard.” For more information about the OhioHealth affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network, please visit http://bit.ly/1SbUx0A
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First Partial Skull and Scalp Transplant Completed at Texas Hospital
 
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Opening a new frontier in transplant surgery, Texas doctors have done the world’s first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man who suffered a large head wound from cancer treatment. Doctors from Houston Methodist Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center did the operation two weeks ago. The recipient — Jim Boysen, a 55-year-old software developer from Austin, Texas — expects to leave the hospital Thursday with a new kidney and pancreas along with the scalp and skull grafts.
Просмотров: 859 New York Daily News
Chris Belmont Responds to How Big Data Is Improving Adherence and Reducing Admissions
 
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Chris Belmont, vice president and chief information officer, MD Anderson Cancer Center, says that health systems like Ochsner are using data to validate what they already know about certain patient cases. "For example, we're monitoring patients in their home, so we're providing them with devices so that we can stay connected with them after they leave. We know things that occur in the first 7 days, or actually first 14 days, are one of the big the reasons for readmissions," says Mr Belmont. "The typical approach was to have someone—say from Home Health or someone call them and monitor them—but now we have devices that are collecting data more frequently." Mr Belmont suggests that instead of having someone manually go out to take patient information every few days, health systems can electronically "visit" patients as often as desired. For those patients managing chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, or health issues like obesity, electronic health monitoring can be more convenient. See more videos: http://www.ajmc.com/ajmc-tv/interviews
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YOW! 2012 John Cook - The R language: The good, the bad, and the ugly
 
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R is a domain-specific language for analyzing data. Why does data analysis need its own DSL? What does R do well and what does it do poorly? How can developers take advantage of R's strengths and mitigate its weaknesses? This talk will give some answers to these questions. John Cook works at the confluence of applied mathematics and software development. After receiving a Ph.D. in from the University of Texas, he taught mathematics at Vanderbilt University. He then left academia to work as a software developer and consultant. He currently works as a research statistician at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. His career has been a blend of research, software development,consulting, and management. His areas of application have ranged from the search for oil deposits to the search for a cure for cancer. He lives in Houston with his wife and four daughters. For more on YOW! Conference, visit http://www.yowconference.com.au
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QR Codes Found in Messenger
 
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Scan the QR codes found in Messenger with your smartphone to access online, supplemental material.
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Clinical Data Warehouse: Peter Killoran
 
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After viewing the video, please take a moment to complete an evaluation of the presentation. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/M8VT9BP Peter Killoran talks about UTH Clinical Data Warehouse, a collaborative effort between MD Anderson Cancer Center and UT Health Science Center. Elmer Bernstam is the creator, curator, and manager of the Clinical Data Warehouse. Peter Killoran, MD, MS Assistant Professor Anesthesiology and Biomedical Informatics Elmer Bernstam, MD Professor Associate Dean for Research Internal Medicine and Biomedical Informatics
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Academy of Cancer Experts (ACE) workshop 2011
 
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Academy of Cancer Experts (ACE) workshop on "Aligning Leadership for Tomorrow's Team Oncology" in Tokyo is a leadership training program which emphasizes team building, mentoring and career development, and has been active in Japan for the last 4 years. This video features interviews with participants, mentors and footage of team building exercises.
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Kathy Bollinger - Cancer Patient
 
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Part of "I Know, I Lived It" M. D. Anderson Banner Cancer Center video series; featuring Banner Health executives who have lived with a cancer diagnosis.
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NCCN Guidelines for Patients Can Help Patients Improve Their Care video
 
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Richard L. Theriault, MD, from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, explains how patients can use the NCCN Guidelines for Patients to improve their care by informing themselves about treatment recommendations and discussing these with their physicians in this video from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a not-for-profit alliance of 21 of the world's leading cancer centers dedicated to improving the quality and effectiveness of care for cancer patients. For more information on cancer, including the NCCN Guidelines for Patients, visit www.NCCN.com.
Realizan en EE. UU. primer trasplante de cráneo y cuero cabelludo
 
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En Houston, Texas, realizaron el primer trasplante exitoso de cráneo y cuero cabelludo. Los médicos intervinieron a Jim Boysen, un hombre que tenía una gran herida en la cabeza provocada por un tratamiento contra el cáncer.La operación se realizó el 22 de mayo en el Hospital Metodista de Houston, informaron los médicos de este centro y del MD Anderson Cancer Center. Se espera que el desarrollador de software deje el próximo jueves el hospital junto con un nuevo riñón y páncreas.El paciente, de 55 años, desarrolló cáncer en el cuero cabelludo después de tomar medicamentos inmunosupresores. El doctor Jesse Selber, cirujano plástico reconstructivo, tuvo la idea de darle un nuevo cráneo parcial y cuero cabelludo al mismo tiempo que los nuevos órganos para solucionar todos sus problemas.El Metodista de Houston, que cuenta con expertos en trasplantes, se sumó a la operación. A la organización de procura de órganos, LifeGift, le tomó 18 meses encontrar al donador adecuado y fue quien proporcionó todos los órganos a Boysen, pero no fue identificado.
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Lighting the Lantern of Hope
 
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Hope shines in the symbolic Lantern of Hope standing high above the entrance of the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. And it shines in the hearts of our caregivers who light a path of hope along the cancer journey -- hope for healing, hope for acceptance and hope for personal wishes. We light the Lantern of Hope in honor of all those who fight cancer in their lifetimes. May this light serve as a beacon of hope for everyone touched by cancer, and may we one day be able to extinguish this disease.
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