Referred to as a “Beacon of Hope,” Penn Medicine’s new Pavilion, one of the largest hospital projects in the United States, opened on October 30 to staff, patients, and visitors. From the design and construction process to staff training, this state-of-the-art hospital has been home to a variety of innovative approaches that are mapping the future of healthcare.
New Insights into T-Cell Exhaustion Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapies, Penn Study Finds
FDA Approves “Glowing Tumor” Imaging Drug to Better Identify Ovarian Cancer Cells Using Approach Pioneered by Surgeons at the University of Pennsylvania
Penn Medicine and Independence Blue Cross Renew Transformative Contract for Third Time
About 12 Percent of Patients Who Receive Common Cardiac Device Implants Develop Persistent Opioid Use
Penn Medicine Awarded $9.5M Grant to Increase Diversity in Genetic Counseling
Breakthrough COVID-19: How Common Are Serious Cases?
Suicide Rates Declined Again in 2020, but Not for All Groups, CDC Report Shows
Eagles Star Lane Johnson Shines a Spotlight on Anxiety Disorders – And the SSRIs Often Used to Treat Them
Hospitals of the Future: More Tech-Enabled and Consumer-Focused
When Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Be Over? Here’s How We’ll Know.