Ashok Babu, MD, is giving a second chance to cardiac patients at Saint Thomas Heart
Teckro, a new addition to Nashville's healthcare ecosystem, is using technology to streamline the clinical trials process and enhance compliance and engagement.
Metzl brings unique perspective to study of humanities and medicine
The women selected for the Class of 2017 are dedicated, talented, passionate, smart, collaborative innovators. In short, they are people we want to watch as leaders in their respective fields modeling ways to create a more efficient, effective healthcare system.
Hall of Fame's third class represents Tennessee's greatest health and health care pioneers
Whether talking about outcomes, patient experience, the workplace environment or family relationships, Dr. Patrick Ryan keeps his focus firmly on quality.
The Tennessee Center for Patient Safety supports providers across the state in the quest to move to zero preventable harm.
Teladoc CMO Henry DePhillips, MD, says a demanding schedule is even more reason for physicians to stay active.
From sharing the finer points of frog dissection to construction of a new greenhouse for hands-on learning, Meharry students, faculty and staff are reaching out to the community to spark interest in the health sciences as part of MeharryNOW.
A patient-centered medical home model is coming to Nashville General.
Several hundred industry leaders recently gathered at Belmont University's Curb Center to honor the second class of inductees into the Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame.
It's a diagnosis everyone fears, but Tennessee Oncology and Sarah Cannon physician-scientist Erika P. Hamilton, MD said advances in clinical care and research are helping turn the tide on cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month ... but for the staff at Komen Central Tennessee, the fight to save lives and support those with breast cancer happens every month and every week of every year.
Cardiologist André L. Churchwell, MD, FACC, is well known for his passion for patient care, penchant for style, an engaging smile, and a firm belief that the field of medicine should be representative of the population it serves.
Assisted reproductive technologies have come a long way since the world's first 'test tube' baby was born in 1978. Not only have techniques been refined, but the science behind selecting the most viable embryos has advanced in recent years, reducing the number of high-order multiple births and improving overall success rates.
Michael Warren, MD, MPH, FAAP had a plan. After finishing his medical training, he would return to the rural eastern North Carolina county where he grew up and join a primary care pediatrics practice. He really wanted to serve his neighbors.
Concussion, fracture, strained muscle, twisted ankle, swollen knee ... it's amazing how many injuries and insults to the human body fall under the heading of orthopaedic care and sports medicine.
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