Discover conversations around the many ways Highmark and Allegheny Health Network (AHN) are reinventing health care. From community expansion and partnerships and bringing care closer to patients to deploying the latest and most advanced technologies, Highmark and AHN are bringing the future of health care to members and patients right now. Listen to the conversations and read the thought leadership articles here.
Episode 1: Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute Redefines Quality Cancer Care
Russell Fuhrer, MD, and Jonathan Lee, MD, define the new levels of quality cancer care. The conversation explores how Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute is building state-of-the-art oncology facilities around southwestern Pennsylvania to make care more accessible to patients. Plus, Drs. Fuhrer and Lee overview the relationship with Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and they dive into some of the new innovation in cancer care. Start listening here.
Episode 2: Dr. Susan Manzi of the Autoimmunity Institute
This episode puts a spotlight on @AlleghenyHealthNetwork’s Autoimmunity Institute at West Penn Hospital. Dr. Susan Manzi will discuss how, by focusing on coordinated care and promoting collaboration among teams of experts, AHN makes sure autoimmunity illnesses are diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. Give it a listen and learn a lot!
World-Class Oncology Care at AHN Cancer Institute Community Locations
In the last few decades, treating cancer has evolved from not only determining how to cure the disease, but also how to preserve a patient’s overall health and quality of life during treatment and well into their future. Read more here.
AHN Autoimmunity Institute: Quarterbacking for Patients
The Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Autoimmunity Institute at West Penn Hospital was opened to patients who suffer from a range of autoimmune diseases. The first of its kind in the world, the AHN Autoimmunity Institute combines multispecialty care with cutting-edge research, patient education and advocacy to advance the treatment of autoimmune diseases. Read more here.