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Challenge yourself. Challenge your friends. CHALLENGE CANCER
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UTHSC Launches Elective Course in Telemedicine
UTHSC Launches Elective Course in Telemedicine
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Hassan Aziz Named President-Elect of American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science
Hassan Aziz Named President-Elect of American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science
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Two From UTHSC Receive President's Awards
Two From UTHSC Receive President's Awards
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Wright Medical Group Announces First Shoulder Arthroplasty Procedure Using BLUEPRINT™ Mixed Reality Technology
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Semmes Murphey and Regional One Introduce MR-Guided Ultrasound
Semmes Murphey and Regional One Introduce MR-Guided Ultrasound

Semmes Murphey and Regional One have introduced innovate technology for patients suffering from essential tremors and Parkinson's Disease tremors.

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Methodist University Hospital First to Participate in Groundbreaking Study for Inpatients

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (MLH) is the first hospital system globally to participate in a landmark study using a first-of-its-kind EEG device.

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Hamilton Eye Institute at UTHSC Announces Benjamin A. King, MD as their Newest Physician
Hamilton Eye Institute at UTHSC Announces Benjamin A. King, MD as their Newest Physician

The Hamilton Eye Institute at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, dedicated to improving vision and empowering lives, is pleased to welcome Benjamin A. King, MD as a staff member.

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THA Issues Statement on Governor Bill Lee's Executive Order 53

In response to Tennessee Governor Bill Lee's executive action to grant COVID-19 liability protections to hospitals and other healthcare providers, Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) President and CEO Wendy Long, M.D., made the following statement:

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Pat Keel Named EVP and Chief Administrative and Financial Officer for St. Jude
Pat Keel Named EVP and Chief Administrative and Financial Officer for St. Jude

Pat Keel, who since 2016 has served as chief financial officer at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, has been promoted to the expanded role of executive vice president and chief administrative and financial officer.

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AMA: Physicians Can Opt-out from 2020 MIPS Program

CMS announced that physicians will have the option to opt-out completely or partially from the 2020 MIPS program by completing a hardship exemption application and indicating it is due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE).

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Cato Johnson Appointed to Tennessee Historical Commission
Cato Johnson Appointed to Tennessee Historical Commission

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare's Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, Cato Johnson, will serve a five-year term with the Tennessee Historical Commission.

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Open Letter from Dr. Wendy Long
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UTHSC Researcher Awarded $2.1 Million for Hirschprung Disease-Related Research
UTHSC Researcher Awarded $2.1 Million for Hirschprung Disease-Related Research

Hirschsprung-associated enterocolitis (HAEC) is a life-threatening complication of Hirschsprung Disease, a common cause of intestinal obstruction in newborns.

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Penny Asbell, MD, Leads National Ocular Antibiotic Resistance Study, Publishes in JAMA

The results of a 10-year ongoing study led by Penny A. Asbell, MD, FACS, MBA, FARVO, chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and director of the Hamilton Eye Institute (HEI), have been published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Ophthalmology.

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New Leadership Team at Baptist Memphis
New Leadership Team at Baptist Memphis

Dana Dye, the first registered nurse to serve as CEO of Baptist's flagship and the largest hospital in Memphis retired May 29. Dye left Renown Health -- the largest health care network in Nevada to become chief nursing officer for Baptist Memphis in 2007.

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UTHSC Team  Awarded $2.27 Million for New Breast Cancer Therapy Research
UTHSC Team Awarded $2.27 Million for New Breast Cancer Therapy Research
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Free Online Mental Health Resource for TN Healthcare Providers
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UTHSC College of Medicine Produces Video for Health Care Workers and Public on Procedure for Collecting Nasal Samples for COVID-19 Testing
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Tennessee Doctors Unite in Opposition to Bill that Would Allow Nurses to Practice Without Physician Oversight
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OrthoSouth Offers 24/7 Urgent Orthopedic Telehealth Amid Coronavirus Crisis
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Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare Responds to COVID-19, Warns of Unnecessary Emergency Department Visits
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UnitedHealth Group Commits Initial $50 Million to Combat COVID-19 and Support Affected Communities
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IAC Associates launches Integrated Addiction Care via Telemedicine
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College of Medicine Names New Assistant Deans of Student Affairs
College of Medicine Names New Assistant Deans of Student Affairs
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