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Chicago Tribune features SeamlessMD partnership with Rush University Medical Center

November 30, 2016
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joshua

Today SeamlessMD was featured in a Chicago Tribune article on Chicago hospitas and health systems using patient engagement technology for surgery.The full article can be found here.Below is an excerpt from the article featuring SeamlessMD's partnership with Rush University Medical Center:

Rush University Medical Center also is just beginning to use an app called SeamlessMD with patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery, also partly in hopes of reducing readmission rates and complications, said Dr. Joanne Favuzza, an assistant professor and colorectal surgeon at Rush."Our hope is we'll be able to track patients' progress, see how they're doing, maybe identify problems early so they don't need to be admitted," Favuzza said.

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Chicago Tribune features SeamlessMD partnership with Rush University Medical Center

Posted by:
joshua
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November 30, 2016

Today SeamlessMD was featured in a Chicago Tribune article on Chicago hospitas and health systems using patient engagement technology for surgery.The full article can be found here.Below is an excerpt from the article featuring SeamlessMD's partnership with Rush University Medical Center:

Rush University Medical Center also is just beginning to use an app called SeamlessMD with patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery, also partly in hopes of reducing readmission rates and complications, said Dr. Joanne Favuzza, an assistant professor and colorectal surgeon at Rush."Our hope is we'll be able to track patients' progress, see how they're doing, maybe identify problems early so they don't need to be admitted," Favuzza said.

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