Decision Support System Helps Hospitals Prevent Heart Failure Readmissions

Decision Support System Helps Hospitals Prevent Heart Failure Readmissions

Low-cost, innovative support tool enables care managers to implement interventions that prevent readmissions and improve the health outcomes of patients ...
UCF Researcher Identifies Models For Healthy Aging

UCF Researcher Identifies Models For Healthy Aging

As the population ages, communities must adopt more creative ways to help older adults stay mentally and physical healthy and ...
UCF Health Administration Graduate Students Accepted into Competitive Fellowships

UCF Health Administration Graduate Students Accepted into Competitive Fellowships

Administrative fellowships are considered the nonclinical equivalent of residency for the healthcare field, and they're extremely hard to secure - ...
UCF Department of Health Management and Informatics Expands to School

UCF Department of Health Management and Informatics Expands to School

The new designation enables the School of Global Health Management and Informatics to expand their global reach and research ...
UCF Health Administration Graduate Students Compete in Virtual Event to Take on Real-World Healthcare Problems

UCF Health Administration Graduate Students Compete in Virtual Event to Take on Real-World Healthcare Problems

Graduate students in the health administration program at UCF tackle real-world healthcare problems and offer solutions to industry experts ...
Chinese Adults Face “Alarming” Barriers to Cancer Screenings, UCF Study Finds

Chinese Adults Face “Alarming” Barriers to Cancer Screenings, UCF Study Finds

Although cancer is the leading cause of death for Chinese adults, few get screenings that could save lives ...
Health Administration Graduate Program Brings Students Together with Mentor Pods

Health Administration Graduate Program Brings Students Together with Mentor Pods

Students within UCF's health administration master's program join mentor pods to collaborate and network ...
UCF Researcher Examines Benefits of Supportive Communities for Older Adults

UCF Researcher Examines Benefits of Supportive Communities for Older Adults

The number of Americans age 65 and older continues to increase as the baby boom generation ages and people are ...
UCF Professor Develops Tech to Improve Patient Care, Billing Reimbursement Rates

UCF Professor Develops Tech to Improve Patient Care, Billing Reimbursement Rates

New technology for electronic medical records is now available for companies to use thanks to patent and license options ...
New Project Will Explore Telehealth Effectiveness on Veterans During Pandemic

New Project Will Explore Telehealth Effectiveness on Veterans During Pandemic

The switch to remote psychotherapy treatment for veterans diagnosed with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder has worked for some patients ...
To Stop Deadly Overdoses, 'The Opioid Fix' Urges Better Use Of Tools We Already Have

To Stop Deadly Overdoses, ‘The Opioid Fix’ Urges Better Use Of Tools We Already Have

More Americans than ever — almost 72,000 — died from a drug overdose last year, according to preliminary data from ...
UCF Faculty Collecting COVID-19 Data for World Health Organization

UCF Faculty Collecting COVID-19 Data for World Health Organization

Lynn Unruh and Andriy Koval are collecting data for the World Health Organization about the US response to the coronavirus ...
UCF Health Management and Informatics Faculty Member Awarded Fulbright

UCF Health Management and Informatics Faculty Member Awarded Fulbright

Yara Asi will be conducting focus groups, interviews and developing a survey to assess the health impact of movement restrictions ...
Laws That Punish Pregnant Drug Abusers Aren’t Working, New Study Finds

Laws That Punish Pregnant Drug Abusers Aren’t Working, New Study Finds

The findings are increasingly important as instances of opioid use disorder at delivery continue to rise ...
Stigma of Opioid Addiction Medications Prevents Treatment

Stigma of Opioid Addiction Medications Prevents Treatment

HMI assistant professor’s research explores barriers to opioid addiction treatment from multiple fields of study and perspectives ...
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