Newsroom and Related Reading
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Below is a listing of recent research papers and presentations related to innovation in patient care.
- The Value of Sharing Treatment Decision Making with Patients: Expecting Too Much?
- Shared Decision Making Presentation (PDF)
- A Shared Decision-Making Approach to Telemedicine: Engaging Rural Patients in Glycemic Management (PDF)
The Beckwith Institute In The News
- Reputation Management and Content Control: An Analysis of Radiation Oncologists’ Digital Identities (PDF)
Published by International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology and Physics on August 9, 2017
- The Nurse Education and Transition (NEAT) Model: Educating the Hospitalized Patient with Diabetes (PDF)
Published by Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology on January 14, 2016
- Decision Modeling Complex Health Problems
Published by American Journal of Otolaryngology in 2016
- Demystifying Treatment and Legal Options After Sexual Assault
From ENA Connection in September 2016
- Enhancing Shared Decision Making Through Carefully Designed Interventions That Target Patient Provider Behavior
From HealthAffairs in April 2016
- Health Care Innovations Exchange: Innovations to Promote Shared Decisionmaking
From Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) on February 17, 2016
- Beckwith Institute Holds Inaugural Grant Symposium (PDF)
- If Patients Only Knew How Often Treatments Could Harm Them
From The New York Times on March 2, 2015
- New Test Measures Doctors’ Ability to Deliver Patient-Centered Care
From Medical Xpress on December 30,2014
- UPMC Projects Receive Grants for Health Innovation
From HealthData Management on August 5, 2014
- Beckwith Institute awards $272,510 in grants
From Pittsburgh Business Times on July 29, 2014
- UPMC lands grants for care, engagement
From Healthcare IT News on July 25, 2014
Lifestyle Medicine: A UPMC Conversation was a day-long symposium that convened national lifestyle medicine and UPMC/University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) leaders from many disciplines to explore the growing science, research, clinical practice, business models and community linkages incorporating the foundational impact of healthy lifestyles in the prevention, treatment and reversal of disease.
The conversation’s goals were to provide a forum to begin the dialogue and define actions necessary to:
- Explore emerging science and practice of lifestyle medicine from national perspectives and leading care systems
- Catalyze UPMC’s and Pitt’s emergence as national leaders to prevent, treat and reverse lifestyle-related disease and costs through new clinical and business models
- Create synergy with growing Pitt-UPMC interest in an institution-wide “Lifestyle Institute”
- Address full range of basic science (genetic/epigenetic/proteomics), medical care treatment, and environmental/public health strategies to improve health and reduce excessive costs
The event closed with a final plenary session which featured break-out session discussion and recommendations for future directions.
Enhancing Clinical Care Outcomes
Watch a brief video that showcases our multidisciplinary team approach to enhance clinical care outcomes for patients receiving chemoradiotherapy to the head and neck.
Tamara Wasserman and Marci Nilson – UPMC Eye and Ear Institute
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