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  • "In a time of national redefinition and debate of healthcare policies, quality initiatives, and research funding, the Department of Surgery at Emory is adapting rather than reacting to change. We are accomplishing diverse goals in limited time frames, often splitting single objectives into clinical, research, educational, and quality branches." MORE»»

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As PI of a recently awarded $1.1M grant from the Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality, Mehul Raval will study the value of children's surgical care using payment data at children's hospitals as compared to non-children's hospitals for frequently performed surgical procedures, with the hope that his conclusions will encourage pricing transparency and cultivation of a high quality, value-centric healthcare system for all children in the U.S. FULL STORY.

With the assistance of a new $45k mission grant from the V Foundation for Cancer Research, Preeti Subhedar will begin working towards solving the problem of low levels of participation by African American and Hispanic American women in breast cancer clinical trials. FULL STORY.

Emory's Liver Transplant Program is ranked second nationally and first in the state of Georgia in patient outcomes, based on data from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR). FULL STORY.