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Analysis Shows Patterns in Pediatric Functional Seizure Readmissions

Female gender, bullying and family instability often observed in affected children.

Automated Instrument Tracking Enhances Ophthalmic Surgery

Technology driven by deep-learning model delivers 4D video-rate imaging, improves precision.

Brain’s Sensory Processing Often Struggles in Autism

Virtual reality may help smooth out disconnects between vision and hearing.

Medical expertise infused with integrated technology allows Vanderbilt Health specialists to build partnerships and elevate care in complex and specialized cases.

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Quality Improvement Metrics to Shed Light on Geriatric Workforce Training

Vanderbilt is providing feedback to assess how well MIPS measures are meeting goals for geriatric patients.

Health Coaching Creates Lasting Lifestyle Changes

Study shows effectiveness is sustained beyond coaching period in patients managing chronic disease.

Urinary Microbiome Studies May Improve Pediatric UTI Treatment

Study in infants identifies key species among abundant population.

Nuanced View of Steroid Treatment Emerges in Large Infant Heart Study

The research takes an economical approach that may encourage additional pediatric randomized controlled trials.

Metzel to Congress: ‘Larger Forces’ at Root of Health Disparities

Training physicians to adopt a structural-competency framework can impart a more holistic viewpoint.

Clinicians and Pharmacists Join Forces to Fill Gaps in Prescription Oversight

Complex conditions and more specialty drugs lead forward-thinking physicians to forge clinical partnerships with pharmacists.