Week in Review: Week of July 27, 2020
We’ve reached the end of July! Before you look ahead to August, take a look back at some of the most recent featured stories at Headlines.
The week provided achievements to celebrate (with the organization earning national recognition from U.S. News & World Report), teams who make an impact (the Cancer Registry team at the Rogel Cancer Center, and the faculty and staff behind the Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program), and resources to utilize (to help you maintain your financial well-being during the pandemic).
In case you missed any of that, here’s the latest:
Michigan Medicine ranked No. 11 in nation and best in Michigan by U.S. News & World Reprot
On Tuesday, U.S. News & World Report unveiled its “Best Hospitals” rankings for 2020-21, and Michigan Medicine checked in at No. 11! The organization also had five specialties ranked in the nation’s top 10 and it was named the top hospital in the state of Michigan. These are all remarkable achievements that wouldn’t be possible without the commitment and excellence of faculty and staff. Click for more.
Big data, bigger impact: Rogel Cancer Registry makes work available for future research, patient care
At the Rogel Cancer Center, one dedicated team is all about data. They track a patient’s demographic information, diagnoses and histology, treatment history and more. And it’s all in the name of advancing health to serve Michigan and the world. Learn more about the Cancer Registry team and how their work will improve research and care for decades to come.
Hybrid approach enables continued care for young patients with eating disorders
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes to services across Michigan Medicine. That’s especially true in one program that helps treat a young, vulnerable population: the Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program (CEDP). Fortunately, the team has stepped up in countless ways, creating a hybrid approach between virtual and in-person care that is helping patients get the care they need. Click through for details.
Wellness Wednesday: How to protect your financial well-being
Previous editions of Headlines have provided resources to help you protect your mental and physical well-being. But your financial well-being can have just as much of an impact on feelings of stress and burnout. Find out which tools the organization has made available to ensure you are protecting your finances during this uncertain time.
Take a deeper dive into the U.S. News & World Report rankings – and find out how the rankings are formulated – on the latest episode of The Wrap! Check it out via YouTube at the top of the page or the media player below. Please note, the media player is not compatible with Internet Explorer, so open a new browser or find The Wrap on your personal device to take a listen.