On Sept. 18, Mark Newman, MD, stepped into the role of executive vice president for health affairs. Following a tenure of 25 years at Duke University in North Carolina, Newman is looking forward to returning to his home state of Kentucky to support the growth of UK HealthCare through education, research and innovative clinical care. ...more
When it comes to mobility, if you don’t use it, you stand a good chance of losing it.
That’s according to new research that analyzed a decade’s worth of data from more than 130,000 people between the ages of 50 and 71. The findings were reported last month in The Journals of Gerontology.
The data showed a ...more
Registration is open for the Clinical Documentation Integrity continuing medical education series, Sept. 25-26. The focus of the conference is to educate doctors and ancillary staff on documentation improvement opportunities.
A distinguished group of UK HealthCare physicians and nurses are scheduled to present a variety of , including direct impacts of health care documentation, methods for ...more
UK HealthCare is excited to welcome Dr. Mark F. Newman as its new executive vice president for health affairs. He is responsible for UK HealthCare, the clinical enterprise of the University of Kentucky, and also oversees the UK College of Medicine in conjunction with the provost.
Newman joins UK from Duke University Medical Center, where he ...more
We caught up with pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Ryan Muchow for our latest Making the Rounds conversation. Dr. Muchow works at Kentucky Children's Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center – Lexington, where he specializes in hip surgery and hip preservation treatments.
What conditions do you treat?
We treat the entirety of pediatric orthopaedics, from birth ...more