Intermountain Healthcare Featured in Harvard Business Review

By Brad Gillman
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A new article highlighting Intermountain Healthcare’s effort to reduce costs and change the way healthcare is provided was featured this June in the nationally renowned Harvard Business Review. The article was authored by Intermountain’s Brent James, Intermountain’s Chief Quality Officer, and Gregory Poulsen, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer.


3D Printed Kidney Saves Patient's Organ

By Donovan C. Baltich
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Doctors at Intermountain Medical Center printed and use a 3D kidney to help save a patient's organ during a complicated tumor-removal procedure.

The 3D-printed model allowed doctors to study the patient’s kidney in 3D to determine how to best remove the tumor as it was located in a precarious location adjacent to vital arteries and veins. Thanks to the 3D-printed model of the organ, doctors were able to maneuver around those sensitive areas and successfully remove the tumor and ultimately save the patient’s kidney.

Increased Newborn Resuscitation Training Keeps Babies Safer

By Cami Hill
Increased Newborn Resuscitation Training Keeps Babies Safer

A newborn resuscitation training program has led to improved resuscitation efforts, which means better care for babies who struggle with breathing after birth. This training program helps caregivers be prepared and confident whenever newborn resuscitation is needed.