NEWS & REMINDERS
Save the Date: Suburban Hospital CME Diabetes Symposium
Join us on Saturday, September 14 from 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
in the Suburban Hospital Auditorium to hear Rita R. Kalyani, M.D., M.H.S.
, Editor-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Diabetes Guide and Associate Professor of Medicine, present on “Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in Type 2 Diabetes: What’s new in 2019?” Download this flyer
for more information.
Suburban Among Nation’s Top Hospitals for Treatment of Heart Attack Patients
Congratulations to the medical staff for their role in helping Suburban to receive the American College of Cardiology’s NCDR Chest Pain – MI Registry Platinum Performance Achievement Award
for 2019. Suburban is one of only 225 hospitals nationwide to receive this honor, which requires recipients to demonstrate sustained achievement in the Chest Pain MI Registry for eight consecutive quarters.
The award recognizes Suburban’s commitment to providing reliable, comprehensive treatment for heart attack patients based on current clinical guidelines and recommendations outlined by the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association. Read more
about this prestigious award.
Upcoming JHM CME Activities
The Johns Hopkins CloudCME web portal allows providers to register for upcoming courses, review calendars and identify activities that will help improve their knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviors, and clinical outcomes for patients. Visit the site
learn about upcoming opportunities. Click here
to subscribe to the CME email list.
E-Prescribing App Available
Imprivata ID is a secure authentication app that helps medical professionals improve clinical workflows for the electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS). Download this handout
for more information. If you are interested in E-Prescribing with this app, please stop by Michelle’s office and she can help you enroll.
MEDICAL STAFF CALENDAR
Click here for the July 2019 calendar. The August calendar can be found here.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Johns Hopkins Medicine Continuing Medical Education Series
All grand rounds are on hiatus for the summer and will return in the fall.
Out of Many Precancerous Lesions, One Becomes Ovarian Cancer
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers found that the most common and lethal type of ovarian cancer actually originates from individual growths unrelated to each other, not from precancerous lesions. Learn more
about how this research could help make treatments more effective and save more women’s lives.
How Brains Remember Decisions — For Better or Worse
How do you remember which restaurant was good and which was not? Human brains store and recall information based on good and bad decisions and interactions. Read about new evidence
that shows exactly where these “decision-based” memories are stored in the brain.
CREDENTIALED AT SUBURBAN
For a list of Neurologists practicing at Suburban Hospital, click here.
EPIC TIP OF THE WEEK
Adding Anesthesia Resources to Appointments