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KENS 5: Memory café uses games, songs to help Alzheimer’s patients in San Antonio

March 19, 2019
 

The Memory Café provides a social opportunity for those with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. The program is offered by the School of Nursing through its Caring for the Caregiver program in conjunction with a San Antonio community center. Read the story

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Public invited to free prostate cancer symposium

February 8, 2019
 

The Department of Urology is hosting a Precision Medicine in Prostate Cancer Symposium for the general public that will feature leading physicians and experts on prostate cancer. The free event will be from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 2, in the Holly Auditorium on the Long campus. Prostate cancer survivors, patients, friends, family […]

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United Way assisting federal employees

January 23, 2019
 

Through the annual State Employee Charitable Campaign, held every fall, you may have given generously to the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. Thank you for your support! The United Way is now assisting individuals and families of federal employees affected by the government shutdown. If you know of such individuals, let them […]

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South Texas Oncology Roundtable

December 20, 2018
 

On September 5, 2018, the UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center hosted a roundtable discussion with esteemed cancer leaders from UT Health San Antonio and MD Anderson Cancer Center to talk about the impact of cancer in San Antonio and how collaboration in patient care and research is essential to improving not only […]

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You are our why: A holiday message from UT Health San Antonio

December 14, 2018
 

During the holidays, as throughout the year, President Bill and Mary Henrich, along with the faculty, staff, students and residents of UT Health San Antonio, thank you for your constant support and all you do to make lives better.

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Beyond Meaningful Use

November 8, 2018
 

by Carrie Vaughan, for HealthLeaders Magazine, February 4, 2010 Better outcomes require better data. Technology can help the healthcare industry achieve better outcomes and cost savings, but only if providers incorporate decision-support tools and a coordinated approach to delivering care. Most electronic health records are a silhouette. Organizations can recognize the patient and, by exchanging […]

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