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November 2015 Issue

Clinically Speaking Archive



Managing a Difficult Transition​ ​ ​​​ ​​​​

For the first time in history, the United States now has more adults than children with congenital heart disease.  Yet with such a boon comes significant challenges, not least the issue of transitioning this new population from pediatric care to an adult health setting.

Ambulatory Clinics On Time Starts​​


Primary Care Clinics Collaborate​​​​​​ ​​​

Although they operate as separate and independent clinics, primary care providers at University of Colorado Health have banded together to elevate the care patients receive by improving workflow and developing protocols that increase clinical effectiveness.

Glucose Mgmt Team​​


Standard Work Optimizes Outcomes (Again!)​ ​ ​

A multidisciplinary team at Children's Hospital Colorado is advancing the identification and treatment of pediatric sepsis.



Modeling Ex​cellence​​​​

All of us aspire to provide the best experience for our patients. This issue features: Brian Rothberg, MD and Suchitra Rao, MD.  



Bits & Pi​e​ces​​​​​​​​

Congratulations to IHQSE's 2016 CTP Cohort 4!​; Colorado Fetal Care Center Pioneers Treatment in Fetal Care and Saves Twins​; Work ​on Artificial Pancreas Pumps Along​; New treatments Changing Future of Lung Cancer; Pediatric Research at Children's Hospital Colorado; CUDoctors Profile: Less Work, Easier Access and more...