Analysis underway: San Francisco medical center mulls outsourcing
- MERGERS/ACQUISITIONS. Montague, Jim; Pitman, Hilarie // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;7/20/96, Vol. 70 Issue 14, p20
Reports on the concerns of the Board of Regents of University of California-San Francisco about the proposed merger of the university's medical center with that of Stanford University in Palo Alto. Legal and logistical issues; Demand for closer scrutiny of the proposal.
- Stanford move to aid 1-stop shoppers. Japsen, Bruce // Modern Healthcare;2/21/94, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p17
Reports on California's Stanford University Medical Center's affiliation with Menlo Medical Clinic that will put its business operations and Stanford's faculty practice plan in the same corporation. Benefits of the plan; Plan to establish the Stanford Physicians Group; 1992 performance of...
- Stereotaxic radiosurgery employs military technology. // R&D Magazine;Oct95, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p11
Reports that surgeons at Stanford University's Medical Center are working on a technique based on cruise missile technology which could destroy cancerous tumors noninvasively. Information on the technique.
- Infectious Complications among 620 Consecutive Heart Transplant Patients at Stanford University Medical Center. Montoya, Jose G.; Giraldo, Luis F.; Efron, Bradley; Stinson, Edward B.; Gamberg, Pat; Hunt, Sharon; Giannetti, Nadia; Miller, Joan; Remington, Jack S. // Clinical Infectious Diseases;9/1/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p1
A total of 1073 infectious episodes (IEs) that occurred in 620 consecutive heart transplantation patients at Stanford Medical Center between 16 December 1980 and 30 June 1996 were reviewed. Infectious complications were a major cause of morbidity and mortality, second only to rejection as the...
- WOMEN FEEL MORE PAIN? Goldman, Bruce // Stanford Medicine;Spring2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
The article offers information on a study by Stanford University Medical center of Palo Alto, California which reports women to have more intense pain than men in almost every disease category.
- An aspirin a day not for everyone. // Total Health;Aug94, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p14
Reports on the warning of cardiologists in Stanford University Medical Center in California against the intake of aspirin by healthy people without a history or risk of heart disease. Benefits of aspirin to stroke and heart attack victims.
- `Pumpathon' puts IV devices to the test. Shimkus, Jaime // Materials Management in Health Care;Jun97, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p43
Details the test for IV pumps developed by a group of researchers at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto. Structure of the `pumpathon'; Evaluation criteria.
- Thirtysomething Meets ER. Gottlieb, Lori // Time;4/9/2001, Vol. 157 Issue 14, p68
Offers the author's thoughts on being an older student at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Age of the average medical student in the United States; Transition to the campus social life; Advantage of life experience.
- Shifting to ice storage triples campus' cooling capacity. // Engineered Systems;Jul2000, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p3
Reports on the supplementation of the existing water-chilled system with an upgraded and expanded thermal storage system at the Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California, to handle the cooling needs of building space. Description of the ice-on-coil storage system; Importance...