Two years ago, more than 1,800 doctors from U-M and around Michigan joined together to improve the care of 80,000 people who rely on Medicare, while also slowing the growth of their health costs. Data released yesterday show they achieved much of their aim in just the first year, though more opportunities remain to improve care and contain costs further.
A peek inside the brains of more than 750 children and teens reveals a key difference in brain architecture between those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and those without. Those with ADHD, U-M research finds, lag behind others of the same age in how quickly their brains form connections within, and between, key brain networks.
Doctors nationwide rate the U-M Health System as one of the best places for young doctors to train in their chosen field, across 20 medical specialties, according to a new ranking. Nearly 1,200 residents and fellows are currently training at University of Michigan in 105 specialties.