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Sep
14
Friday11:30AM–1PM
Hepatitis C Virus ECHO

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver care cases.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
Grand Rounds: General Surgery Long Titles Wrap

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver care cases.

Sep
18
Wednesday7AM–8AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Please note that times given are reflective of Mountain Standard Time. Departments observe holidays, and reserve the right to close sessions to the public.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Please be prompt.

Sep
14
Friday11:30AM–1PM
Hepatitis C Virus ECHO

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver care cases.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
Grand Rounds: General Surgery Long Titles Wrap

Hepatitis C cases are discussed from 7:00 am – 7:30 am, followed by discussion of gastrointestinal and liver care cases.

Sep
18
Wednesday7AM–8AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Please note that times given are reflective of Mountain Standard Time. Departments observe holidays, and reserve the right to close sessions to the public.

Sep
18
Tuesday7AM–8:30AM
GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Please be prompt.

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Community Hospital

Emergency care in rural Colorado just became more accessible. Community Hospital received their Level III Trauma Center designation for the next three years.

Many patients who live in rural or hard to reach areas may not have access to the specialty care they need. Telehealth is a valuable and unique service that utilizes videoconferencing technology to deliver care to patients, no matter where they live.

For over 10 years, we have provided telehealth services to our partners throughout the Mountain West. Today, University of Utah Health is connected to over 70 facilities throughout a six-state region, offering care in over 20 specialty areas.

With programs ranging from acute patient consultations to education-based outreach in the community, we are bringing world-class health care to your fingertips. Learn more about the programs we offer and how we can help you connect and thrive in the quickly growing world of telemedicine.

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Evanston Regional Hospital

Jeremy Davis, CEO of Evanston Regional Hospital, talks about how the system is pursuing growth, staying financially solvent, and providing quality care.

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Soda Springs Introduces New Medical Helicopter

Caribou Memorial Hospital

A new medical helicopter in Soda Springs, Idaho, offers providers at Caribou Memorial Hospital a better chance at saving lives during the “golden hour.”

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Cognitive Care Conference

October 5, 2018

Sandy, Utah

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Utah Poison Control Center’s 2017 Annual Report

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Highlights data on important health outcomes and cost savings.