All Eyes on Scheie: Looking Toward the Future of Thyroid Eye Disease Care

Launched in November, Scheie’s Thyroid Eye Disease Program offers advanced care for patients with TED, also known as Graves’ eye disease or Graves’ orbitopathy.

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CEO Column

You may have seen the headlines: Tech companies like Google and Amazon are moving into health care, taking on challenges from overhauling health care data infrastructure to improving disease management.


Spreading the Word About Smart911

Smart911 profiles can include as much — or as little — information as people want. This includes medical history, medications and emergency contacts, their cars’ makes and models, and the names and even photos of people and pets in the household.


Eye on Princeton Health Stars

In each video, Princeton Health President and CEO Barry S. Rabner sits down with the staffer, reads some of the rave reviews, and then asks him or her to offer thoughts on what led to such memorable interactions for the patients.

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    PAH Program Links Progress with the Past

    January 04, 2019
    As the nation’s first hospital, Pennsylvania Hospital has a unique responsibility to strike a balance between cutting-edge advances and established roots.
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    Introducing Isaac — the Information Services Advisory Center!

    January 04, 2019
    When there’s an issue with applications, technology or process, finding the right Information Services professional to help can be a challenge. Now, a new IS way-finding service can help you get the info you need: Meet Isaac (Information Services Advisory Center).
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    Recognizing Those Who Serve

    January 04, 2019
    Penn Medicine held a special Veterans Day event to recognize and honor the many members of the Penn Medicine family who served in the military or continue to serve in Reserve or National Guard forces.
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    Providing a Voice to Domestic Violence

    January 04, 2019
    In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health featured a traveling Silent Witness Exhibit during the month of October at Suburban Pavilion, in Lancaster.
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    Muller Named “Most Admired CEO”

    January 04, 2019
    CEO Ralph Muller has received the 2018 Most Admired CEO Lifetime Achievement Award from the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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    January 04, 2019
    In the New Year, we typically set fitness, nutrition or financial goals, but how often do our peers and loved ones hold us accountable? Entering 2019, not only will the Wellfocused team help hold you accountable, but we will be offering programs with the resources you need to maintain a healthier lifestyle as we help “Build A Better You”:
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    Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

    November 28, 2018
    For the past two years, Penn Medicine’s opioid task force – a multidisciplinary team from throughout the Health System – has been putting strategies in place to fight the opioid epidemic on many fronts.
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    LG Health Helps Students Keep a Pulse on Their Health

    November 28, 2018
    In November 2013, Peyton Walker, a Central Pennsylvania college student died from Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) caused by a rare genetic heart condition. In her memory, family and friends established the Peyton Walker Foundation to increase awareness and improve survival rates for SCA incidents by working with local health care organizations to provide free heart screening clinics, AED and CPR training and donate AEDs.
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    First Responder Treatment Services at Princeton House

    November 28, 2018
    In past years, PTSD and other behavioral health issues among first responders frequently went undiagnosed and untreated. But First Responder Treatment Services, a first-of-its-kind inpatient offering by Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health, is helping to change that.
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    A Literal Take on the “Penn Medicine Family”

    November 28, 2018
    As Craig Loundas, PhD, associate vice president of the Penn Medicine Experience, watched an Ortho/Trauma nurse accept his Patient Advocacy Award at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (PPMC) he felt some serious deja vu. Hadn’t he just watched the same exact nurse win the same exact award only the day before, but at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP)?
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