The U.S. leads the developed world in the number of women who die of complications from pregnancy, and all three Mid-South states are among the states with the biggest problems. Dr. Danielle Tate from our high risk obstetrics program shared some insight into this issue both with Live at 9 and the attendees at yesterday’s special symposium in Memphis titled, “Maternal Health and Infant Mortality in Memphis: A Local & Congressional Discussion.
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Regional One Health’s national leadership in health care innovation takes center stage at American Hospital Association forum
Regional One Health is emerging as a national leader in health care innovation, working with entrepreneurs to bring about a future with better patient outcomes and enhanced care delivery. President and CEO Reginald Coopwood, MD and Center for Innovation Director Alejandra Alvarez were among the featured speakers at last month’s American Hospital Association executive [...]
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ONE Health’s holistic approach to patient care gains a boost from new grant, partnerships to address hunger
New partnerships are helping Regional One Health’s ONE Health complex care team achieve its mission of treating every individual not just as a patient seeking medical care but as a human being struggling with day-to-day needs. In May, United Healthcare awarded Regional One Health a $90,000 grant to launch a food pantry for patients [...]