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From harnessing AI to detect disease sooner to advancing treatments for rare and complex diseases, Mayo Clinic researchers innovate with the goal to provide the best in healthcare.
A recent Mayo Clinic study shows that cancer practices can integrate telehealth without duplicative care, allowing for a more streamlined healthcare experience for patients and their caregivers.
Researchers investigated the effect of social factors, including education, isolation and "community deprivation” for patients with heart failure.
A Navajo college student enrolled in a Mayo undergraduate research training program wants to help women and children in her community live healthier lives.
A community health advocate offers suggestions for researchers looking to improve diversity and inclusivity in clinical trials.
Accelerated innovation and a broad application of telehealth services have allowed patients to get quality care from the comfort of their homes.
A recent Mayo Clinic study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism has found that using machine learning and electronic health record (EHR)Read more
Clinicians and researchers around the world are combining artificial intelligence, known as AI, with health care to help identify patients at greater risk of cardiovascularRead more
Throughout her research career, radiation oncologist Michele Halyard, M.D., has made it a point to include community health advocates in her work. These advocates, sheRead more
Throughout her training to become an M.D.-Ph.D. physician-scientist, Catherine "Kit" Knier has been interested in wide-ranging approaches that improve health. But during the Ph.D. componentRead more