A behavioral health integration model practiced at U of U Health’s is changing how providers treat behavioral health needs, according to a recent article published in the Medical Group Management Association’s Connection magazine. ... Read More
So much of a quality health care experience is dependent upon a team approach from seasoned professionals, especially in a time of great change for the health care industry.
As the University of Utah Medical Group, we pride ourselves in offering compassionate, expert care for any health situation in which a patient may turn to us for help. We offer a patient-centered, quality experience in which our physicians are easily accessible.
Our practices thrive in a dynamic, collaborative environment where nurses, medical technicians, practitioners and other medical professionals work together to meet population health management challenges today and in the future.
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A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a team-based health care delivery model that emphasizes access and continuity, care coordination, collaboration, and patient involvement in improving and maintaining patient health. ... Read More
The Utah Department of Health has recognized U of U Health's community clinics for their efforts to treat & care for patients with high blood pressure. ... Read More
I frequently say that my diabetes tribe—that is, others living with diabetes—are just as important to my overall diabetes management arsenal as the fancy devices I wear, the insulin I take, and the health care professionals I consult. ... Read More
The future of health care rests with this next generation. At University of Utah Health, four young women—Bushra Hussein, Margaux Miller, Harjit Kaur, and Leen Samha—talk about their perspective of being diverse women in medical school through their weekly “Bundle of Hers” podcast. ... Read More
No one goes into medical school thinking it will be easy. But exactly how that academic rigor will personally affect you is much harder to anticipate. Burnout and exhaustion are common, as is a resulting loss of meaning and purpose. The unrelenting grind makes it hard to find the time to reflect on the bigger questions: What matters most to me? How do I develop meaningful connections with others? What am I committed to that is greater than myself? Those are the kinds of questions that the RealMD program invites students to reflect on and eventually answer.... Read More