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Physician Connection | March/April 2014
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CHOC Leads the Way to Safer Breast Milk Handling with New Tracking Process
CHOC Children’s is gaining recognition for a new breast milk handling process that is proving to be safer for patients and more efficient for physicians and staff.
Trauma Services Update, from Dr. Nick Anas
This is a year marked by significant milestones for CHOC; one of the biggest, our 50th anniversary. We’ve seen dramatic changes in medicine these past five decades.
In the Spotlight: Emergency Medicine Specialists of Orange County
Pediatric emergency medicine didn’t exist in 1976. Today, the Julia and George Argyros Emergency Department at CHOC Children’s Hospital sees nearly 200 kids each day.
Medical Intelligence and Innovations Institute (MI3) Draws International Interest
Dr. Anthony Chang, medical director, CHOC Children’s Heart Institute, has galvanized a collaborative, international team of physicians and researchers to transform pediatric medicine.
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Infantile Spasms – What Every Pediatrician Needs to Know
Undiagnosed infantile spasms can develop into intractable epilepsy.
ICD-10 Conversion Progress Update with Dr. Bill Feaster, CHOC Children’s Chief Medical Information Officer
Our current information technology systems are designed around the ICD-9 CM code set. To get ready for ICD- 10, all of these systems must be remediated.
Meet CHOC’s Specialists: Metabolic Disorders
Comprised of a clinical team and laboratory team, CHOC’s metabolic disorders division is large compared to other similar divisions at other hospitals.
25th Annual Meeting of The Western Society of Pediatric Cardiology
Friday - Sunday, April 11 - 13, 2014
Recent Advances in Allergic Diseases
Saturday - May 17, 2014
More CME Events
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