Category: News Briefs (Page 2)
UVA Experts to Tackle COVID-19 Vaccine Questions In Virtual Town Hall
Encourage your patients to register for an upcoming town hall series addressing their questions and concerns about COVID-19.
Update: UVA Health Response to COVID-19
See the latest news updates to learn how UVA Health is making an impact in the midst of this global health crisis.
U.S. News Physician Survey Now Open: Submit Your Vote Today
Votes cast in the survey are used to calculate a hospital’s reputation/expert opinion score for each specialty, which influences a hospital’s overall ranking on the annual Best Hospitals list.
Newsweek Names UVA Medical Center to Best Maternity Hospitals 2021 List
UVA was recognized for providing safe, high-quality care to mothers and newborns.
How to Refer High-Risk COVID-19 Patients for Monoclonal Antibody Drugs
UVA Health is offering monoclonal antibody drugs for appropriate patients with COVID-19 who are at highest risk for developing severe symptoms and requiring hospitalization.
Mark Your Calendar for Two Virtual Cancer Events
Attend the live-streamed National Cancer Prevention Workshop and view a virtual presentation discussing genitourinary cancer treatment.
2021 Running Medicine Conference Goes Virtual
Keynote speakers for the event will be Jon Finnoff, DO, from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) and Vincent Lananna, MA, president of UVA Track and Field.
GI Referrals: Alternative Bowel Preparations for Colonoscopy and New Referral Form
Get tips to easily refer patients to UVA Endoscopy.
2020 Research Roundup: COVID-19 Therapies, Artificial Pancreas and More
To stay up to date on the latest UVA School of Medicine research discoveries, be sure to subscribe to the Making of Medicine blog.
UVA Health Now Releasing Patient Clinical Notes and Test Results to MyChart in Compliance with 21st Century Cures Act
UVA Health has worked to overcome minor technological barriers and establish new protocols that makes this process seamless for providers and their patients via the EpicCare electronic medical record system.