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Emergency physician William Paolo, MD offers expert advice on what to do if you are involved in a car crash to keep yourself and others safe from further harm.
Upstate University Hospital chief medical information officer Neal Seidberg, MD, talks about a new era of technology where people are using wearable devices such as Fitbit™ to track daily activities and calories burned. Seidberg says this type of personal information, if desired, may some day be shared directly with your healthcare provider’s electronic medical records.
Upstate’s electronic medical records system, called MyChart, is a secure, password protected account accessible exclusively to the patient, that allows them to securely access test results, request prescripton renewals, view recent clinic visits and request appointments. For more information, visit mychart.upstate.edu, FAQ’s or call our MyChart Patient Support Line at 1-800-231-6899. Read the “What’s Up At Upstate” blog: Why electronic medical records are good for patients
Emergency physician William Paolo, MD, tells us what we need to know about frostbite – how to recognize it and tips to prevent it, in this installment of Expert Advice from the experts at Upstate.
Dr. Steven Blatt says to moisturize, moisturize, moisturize during the cold weather months to avoid the common problem of dry, cracked skin. Blatt is director of the General Pediatric Division at Upstate and he provides this installment of Expert Advice from the experts at Upstate.