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    2019 Well-Being Pilot Awards

    The Center for Health Innovation is collaborating with the UNC Integrated Well-Being Program to offer a new award that provides funding for pilots that promote the well-being of faculty and staff in the organization with the goal of meeting the fourth arm of the Quadruple Aim: preventing burnout and improving work-life balance. The 2019 Innovation … Continued

 

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  • UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

    Innovation Pilot Award Winners Awarded $1.87M Grant from National Cancer Institute to Continue Helping Patients Navigate Costs of Cancer Care

    The grant will allow Dr. Don Rosenstein and Dr. Stephanie Wheeler to continue studying the impact of financial navigation services to help patient cope with the financial burden of cancer care by testing their model in five rural cancer centers.

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    Innovative Approach to Overcome Antibiotic Resistance

    Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine have discovered a new method of increasing the susceptibility of staphylococcus aureus bacteria to antibiotics through the addition of new molecules that increase membrane permeability of the bacteria. This significant discovery will be the basis of additional research on increasing the effectiveness of existing antibiotics.

  • UNC Health Care Launches Telehealth Solution

    In partnership with American Well, UNC Health Care launched a new application that allows patients to engage in video visits with providers. The application is accessible through a one-click workflow in the My UNC Chart patient portal. Providers can receive notifications, access patient information and conduct the video visit without leaving the Epic environment.

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    New Master’s Program Aims to Provide Innovative Solutions for Care Delivery

    The UNC School of Medicine’s Department of Allied Health Sciences has introduced a new online master’s degree program in clinical laboratory science targeting working professionals. Laboratory science has the potential to play a critical role in care transformation, yet the field experiences a statewide-shortage of trained personnel. 

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