Lowering 30-day readmissions is the number-one quality and patient goal of the System. Helping patients who often have multiple chronic conditions understand how critical it is to pay attention to care instructions and lifestyle choices helps address the issue of readmission.
The 4th International Workshop for Glycosylation Defects in Muscular Dystrophy took place in Charlotte April 16-17, 2015. Twenty-one speakers, representing four countries and 10 states in the US, presented their latest research from the perspectives of top scientists and clinicians in the field of muscular dystrophy.
They say that time heals all wounds. Often it’s the medical innovations that come with that time that make the biggest differences. No one knows that better than the interventional cardiologists at Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute.
Carolinas HealthCare System is now making convenient, 24/7 medical care available to almost everyone in North Carolina. The System has expanded eligibility for its Virtual Visit service, and patients no longer need to have a Carolinas HealthCare System provider to take advantage of it.
To ensure patients have the right care at the right time in an optimal environment, the daily management of patient flow and standardized care protocols are being adjusted in Care Redesign.
Sepsis is the body’s overwhelming reaction to an acute infection. It is more common than heart attack and more harmful than stroke, killing one person every two minutes. Providing care for these patients is a priority at Carolinas HealthCare System.
In an effort to help patients have a greater sense of ownership of their health, Carolinas HealthCare System, including Ambulatory and Radiology, will begin offering OpenNotes through MyCarolinas on September 1.
In less than four months, Carolinas HealthCare System will implement ICD-10, the new classification system that has been expanded to capture a higher degree of specificity. As a physician, here are the top-10 things you need to know about it.