General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Series 2016-2017

General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Series 2016-2017

General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Series 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
EHR and Professionalism 1/28/16
Anxiety Disorders: Underdiagnosed, Undertreated, and Uncomfortable 2/11/16
Update in Type 2 Diabetes 3/10/16
Hospital Superutilizers at HUP 4/14/16
The End of Healing and the Path to High Value Care 4/28/16
Exercise is Medicine? Exercise in Medicine? 5/12/16
CPUP Current Status and Future Strategy 5/26/16
Epidemiology and Management of HIV/Hepatitis C Coinfection 6/9/16
CA Screening 10/13/16
Addressing Disparities in Care Through Quality Improvement/Wait Time 10/27/16
Opiate Addiction 11/10/16
Novel Therapies in Hypertension 12/8/16
CMS Quality Payment Program 1/12/17
Complex Decisions in a Complex World 1/26/17
Making Sense of Practice Transformation 2/23/17
Changing the Culture of Bed Rest to Improve Outcomes of Hospital Care 3/9/17
Technology in Medical Education: Harnessing tools to aid teaching and learning 4/13/17
Development of Nationwide Perioperative Medicine Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents 4/27/17
ACA Insurance Expansions and Primary Care Access 5/11/17
Intensive Outpatient Care for High-Need Patients: Findings from the VA Health Care System 5/25/17
Medical Management of Obesity : Pharmacotherapy Update 6/8/17
Harvesting the Power of One Leveraging PennChart to Improve Patient Care and Provider Satisfaction 6/22/17
State of Union 9/14/17
DGIM Practice Transformation in the Era of CPC+ and the Penn Primary Care Service Line 9/28/17
Preparticipation Evaluation and Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes: How to help patients of all ages exercise safely 10/12/17
The State of Adult Immunizations in the US - A Time to Act! 11/9/17
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