Navigation Links
Mayo Clinic Health System receives grant to improve rural health care
Date:7/30/2012

ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Mayo Clinic Health System Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) is sharing in an $11 million government grant to lead the creation of a national learning collaborative among rural health care providers. The effort is part of a national partnership using the Health Care Innovation Award funded by the Affordable Care Act.

"This is a great opportunity for us to share health care knowledge and best practices with our colleagues to improve health care in rural communities nationally," says Paul Targonski, M.D., Ph.D., who leads the Mayo PBRN. "It's also a great important way for us to learn from our partners' expertise and experiences in rural health care, as well as leverage research to help solve the nation's health care problems."

The network is partnering with rural clinics and communities to help them work together to deliver better health care. It is leading the efforts within the grant to create and evaluate the outcomes of sustainable local learning collaboratives that will drive health practice improvements.
'/>"/>

Contact: Colette Gallagher
newsbureau@mayo.edu
507-284-5005
Mayo Clinic
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Mayo Clinic, Dartmouth-Hitchcock announce collaboration
2. Published clinical trial demonstrates efficacy of Sea-Band for migraine-related nausea
3. Sports guidelines for long QT syndrome patients may be too strict, Mayo Clinic finds
4. Clinical trial seeks to cure advanced Crohns disease using bone marrow transplant
5. 32-country study shows that type 2 diabetes drug is clinically effective for long-term use
6. Despite clear benefits, heart failure clinics are rarely utilized
7. Preclinical data support ongoing clinical trials testing IDO inhibitors as a treatment for cancer
8. Access to clinical trials drives dramatic increases in survival from childhood cancer
9. Mayo Clinic creates tool to track real-time chemical changes in brain
10. Mayo Clinic finds switch that lets early lung cancer grow unchecked
11. Cleveland Clinic researchers discover molecule that may prevent atherosclerosis
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/29/2016)... ... April 29, 2016 , ... The American workforce is ... even security. Most importantly, employees are the single most important asset in creating ... so unhappy? , Just under half of American workers are emotionally checked out ...
(Date:4/29/2016)... , ... April 29, 2016 , ... Coast Dental Fort ... 2016, at its new location in the Exchange Furniture Mall at 112 Vilseck Road ... a 50-inch Samsung Smart TV. Plus attendees will have the opportunity to meet general ...
(Date:4/29/2016)... ... , ... Mobility Designed is redefining mobility with their patent pending crutch ... evenly distributes body weight from the elbow to the forearm. In consumer tests, ... with other crutches. , Co-founders Max and Liliana Younger were inspired to design the ...
(Date:4/29/2016)... ... ... Dr. Robert Mondavi, one of the dentists in Torrance , is ... field as more patients are discovering the many different ways they can change and ... available to them and which ones might work for their smiles. , “One ...
(Date:4/29/2016)... (PRWEB) , ... April 29, 2016 , ... ... closing of a growth round of funding led by Eastside Partners, with participation ... the company’s rapidly growing customer base and accelerate its technology and product roadmap. ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:4/27/2016)... April 27, 2016   ... Growth in Recurring Consumable Sales  Clinical sales ... Kea Technologies (Euronext: MKEA, OTCQX: MKEAY) inventor of Cellvizio®, ... sales for the first quarter ended March 31, 2016 ... execution of its commercial strategy. First Quarter ...
(Date:4/27/2016)... Tie-up with Government hospitals as ... to save newborns   Fortis La Femme, ... collaboration with Breast Milk Foundation (BMF), a non-profit organization within ... Bank, ,Amaara, in Delhi-NCR today. This non-profit centre recognizes that ... and should be available to babies deprived of mother,s milk.  ...
(Date:4/27/2016)... 2016 Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB ... a new generation of drugs within human and ... for Paclical/Apealea in the Phase III study that ... ovarian cancer. These preliminary results showed non-inferiority between ... carboplatin versus Taxol in combination with carboplatin. In ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: