Emily Chapman, MD, was named chief medical officer and vice president of medical affairs as of July 2017.
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MINNEAPOLIS – (August 1, 2017) – Children’s Minnesota (Children’s) is pleased to announce Emily Chapman, MD, as its new chief medical officer (CMO) and vice president of medical affairs. Dr. Chapman has been at Children’s for more than 10 years and previously served as vice chief medical officer. She officially began her new role on July 5, 2017.
A partnership between Children's Minnesota and Pops! Diabetes Care focuses on smartphone technology to better manage diabetes.
The Dude from Star Studio sat down at KARE-TV to talk about the benefits the in-hospital TV studio provides patients.
Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine expands rapid whole genome sequencing to Children's Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS – (July 7, 2017) – Children’s Minnesota (Children’s) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (Blue Cross) have reached agreement on a contract that will keep Children’s hospitals and clinics in the Blue Cross provider network. The previous contract expired at midnight on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.
Congratulations to the 196 Children’s physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2017 Top Doctors. The 21st edition of the list includes more than 800 doctors from across the Twin Cities. Physicians were asked to nominate one or more doctors (excluding themselves) whom they would choose if they or a loved one were seeking medical care. From there, candidates were grouped into 45 specialties and on myriad factors, including (but not limited to) peer recognition, professional achievement, and disciplinary history. Doctors who had the highest scores from each grouping were invited to serve on a blue-ribbon panel that evaluated the other candidates.
Dr. Nancy Mendelsohn participated in Minnesota Physician's 47th Health Care Roundtable, focused on the topic of precision medicine.
Dr. Abbey Meyer weighed in on fireworks safety for children.
Children's Minnesota physician Dr. Robyn Reed penned a letter to the Wall Street Journal highlighting the importance of Medicaid for children.