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Arthur A. Gianelli Arthur A. Gianelli, MBA, MPH President, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Arthur A. Gianelli is President of Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, part of the Mount Sinai Health System. He served since 2006 as President and Chief Executive Officer of NuHealth (the Nassau Health Care Corporation), a publicly run healthcare delivery system that provides high-quality care to Nassau County's most vulnerable populations and offers first-rate training to hundreds of medical professionals. He also served as the organization's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. NuHealth operates Nassau University Medical Center and the A. Holly Patterson Extended Care Facility; co-operates five family health centers in partnership with the Long Island FQHC, Inc.; and runs other health-related facilities and services, as well. It also is a part owner of Healthfirst, Inc., a provider-sponsored health insurance company for low-income residents living in New York. Under Mr. Gianelli's leadership, NuHealth has earned national accolades for stabilizing its [...]

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The Mount Sinai Health System’s Information Technology Department has created and recently launched an award-winning electronic medical record database, known as the Health Information Exchange (HIE), which will continue to be rolled out to Health System providers over the coming months. The new web-based portal unifies data in real time and will give Mount Sinai clinicians and affiliated physicians an unprecedented ability to review patient data without delay in order to make timely and accurate medical decisions and reduce the incidence and costs of unnecessary or duplicate tests. Learn more on our #MedicineMatters Blog: http://mshs.co/vTib306tdYQ. #ForYouForLife

National Recognition for IT Excellence | Medicine Matters:The Health Information Exchange team, from left: Ben Kaplan, Operations Manager, Interoperability, Information Technology (IT); Donny Patel, Director,

The Mount Sinai Health System’s Information Technology Department has created and recently launched an award-winning electronic medical record database, known as the Health Information Exchange (HIE), which will continue to be rolled out to Health System providers over the coming months. The new web-based portal unifies data in real time and will give Mount Sinai clinicians and affiliated physicians an unprecedented ability to review patient data without delay in order to make timely and accurate medical decisions and reduce the incidence and costs of unnecessary or duplicate tests. Learn more on our #MedicineMatters Blog: http://mshs.co/vTib306tdYQ. #ForYouForLife2016-12-01T16:44:36-04:00

Photo – Tomorrow, November 29, is #GivingTuesday. Please join us in this celebration of thoughtful giving. A gift to Mount Sinai enables us to deliver the most advanced care to our patients, develop outstanding educational programs, and power research initiatives that will benefit future generations. Your contribution—of any size—can be life-changing. Make your gift today: https://philanthropy.mountsinai.org/givingtuesday

Tomorrow, November 29, is #GivingTuesday. Please join us in this celebration of thoughtful giving. A gift to Mount Sinai enables us to deliver the most advanced care to our patients, develop outstanding educational programs, and power research initiatives that will benefit future generations. Your contribution—of any size—can be life-changing. Make your gift today: https://philanthropy.mountsinai.org/givingtuesday

Photo – Tomorrow, November 29, is #GivingTuesday. Please join us in this celebration of thoughtful giving. A gift to Mount Sinai enables us to deliver the most advanced care to our patients, develop outstanding educational programs, and power research initiatives that will benefit future generations. Your contribution—of any size—can be life-changing. Make your gift today: https://philanthropy.mountsinai.org/givingtuesday2016-12-01T16:44:37-04:00

Central-line infections account for roughly five percent of all hospital-acquired infections, striking more than 27,000 people in 2015. Consumer Reports identified Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital as one of the best infection-free hospitals, which went 969 days without a single central-line infection. Emilia Mia Sordillo, MD, shares on how the hospital maintains a clean environment. #ForYouForLife

Zero Tolerance for Deadly Hospital-Acquired InfectionsThere's a kind of hospital acquired infection that's deadly—and almost entirely preventable. Consumer Reports identifies which hospitals are doing a good job against them, and which aren't.

Central-line infections account for roughly five percent of all hospital-acquired infections, striking more than 27,000 people in 2015. Consumer Reports identified Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital as one of the best infection-free hospitals, which went 969 days without a single central-line infection. Emilia Mia Sordillo, MD, shares on how the hospital maintains a clean environment. #ForYouForLife2016-12-01T16:44:37-04:00

Photo – Need an energy boost? Try this #Strawberry Matcha #Smoothie from The Crunchy Chronicles. What you need: 1/3 cup of Goji #berries, 1 tbsp #Matcha, 1 cup strawberries, 2 cups cashew #milk. For more, visit: www.thecrunchychronicles.com #SmoothieADay #SmoothieSunday #HealthyEats #HealthyLiving

Need an energy boost? Try this #Strawberry Matcha #Smoothie from The Crunchy Chronicles. What you need: 1/3 cup of Goji #berries, 1 tbsp #Matcha, 1 cup strawberries, 2 cups cashew #milk. For more, visit: www.thecrunchychronicles.com #SmoothieADay #SmoothieSunday #HealthyEats #HealthyLiving

Photo – Need an energy boost? Try this #Strawberry Matcha #Smoothie from The Crunchy Chronicles. What you need: 1/3 cup of Goji #berries, 1 tbsp #Matcha, 1 cup strawberries, 2 cups cashew #milk. For more, visit: www.thecrunchychronicles.com #SmoothieADay #SmoothieSunday #HealthyEats #HealthyLiving2016-12-01T16:44:38-04:00

Photo – When Greg Khalil was a young man the violin was more than an instrument, it was his life. He practiced three to five hours every day. And then, inexplicably, one day he couldn’t control two of his fingers. The violin was his passion and now it was gone. The pain was so great that for years he couldn’t even listen to music. He thought he would never play the violin again. The doctors at Mount Sinai had a different opinion. They diagnosed Greg with a rare disease called dystonia. Greg’s doctors began injecting small amounts of botulinum toxin into his left arm, a very novel treatment. After only two visits, nearly twenty years to the day since his last performance, Greg began playing again. And that gave everyone reason to applaud. For you. For life. 1-800-MD-SINAI mountsinai.org/msviolinist

When Greg Khalil was a young man the violin was more than an instrument, it was his life. He practiced three to five hours every day. And then, inexplicably, one day he couldn’t control two of his fingers. The violin was his passion and now it was gone. The pain was so great that for years he couldn’t even listen to music. He thought he would never play the violin again. The doctors at Mount Sinai had a different opinion. They diagnosed Greg with a rare disease called dystonia. Greg’s doctors began injecting small amounts of botulinum toxin into his left arm, a very novel treatment. After only two visits, nearly twenty years to the day since his last performance, Greg began playing again. And that gave everyone reason to applaud. For you. For life. 1-800-MD-SINAI mountsinai.org/msviolinist

Photo – When Greg Khalil was a young man the violin was more than an instrument, it was his life. He practiced three to five hours every day. And then, inexplicably, one day he couldn’t control two of his fingers. The violin was his passion and now it was gone. The pain was so great that for years he couldn’t even listen to music. He thought he would never play the violin again. The doctors at Mount Sinai had a different opinion. They diagnosed Greg with a rare disease called dystonia. Greg’s doctors began injecting small amounts of botulinum toxin into his left arm, a very novel treatment. After only two visits, nearly twenty years to the day since his last performance, Greg began playing again. And that gave everyone reason to applaud.For you. For life.1-800-MD-SINAImountsinai.org/msviolinist2016-12-01T16:44:39-04:00

Photo – This Thursday from 4-7pm, Mount Sinai Doctors Urgent Care Inwood is providing free flu shots to the community (ages 3-64). Due to a limited quantity, flu shots will be given on a first come, first served basis. This event is co-sponsored by New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat's office. #ForYouForLife

This Thursday from 4-7pm, Mount Sinai Doctors Urgent Care Inwood is providing free flu shots to the community (ages 3-64). Due to a limited quantity, flu shots will be given on a first come, first served basis. This event is co-sponsored by New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat's office. #ForYouForLife

Photo – This Thursday from 4-7pm, Mount Sinai Doctors Urgent Care Inwood is providing free flu shots to the community (ages 3-64). Due to a limited quantity, flu shots will be given on a first come, first served basis. This event is co-sponsored by New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat's office. #ForYouForLife2016-12-01T16:44:40-04:00

Photo – Dr. Jagat Narula, Chief of Cardiology at Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's with one of his long-time friends Dr. Paul Douglass at #AHA16. #ForYouForLife

Dr. Jagat Narula, Chief of Cardiology at Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's with one of his long-time friends Dr. Paul Douglass at #AHA16. #ForYouForLife

Photo – Dr. Jagat Narula, Chief of Cardiology at Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's with one of his long-time friends Dr. Paul Douglass at #AHA16. #ForYouForLife2016-12-01T16:44:40-04:00

Photo – Mount Sinai Heart fellows from Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's at our booth! If you're at #AHA16, don't forget to stop by Booth 1618 and learn more about Mount Sinai! #ForYouForLife #MSHeart

Mount Sinai Heart fellows from Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's at our booth! If you're at #AHA16, don't forget to stop by Booth 1618 and learn more about Mount Sinai! #ForYouForLife #MSHeart

Photo – Mount Sinai Heart fellows from Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's at our booth! If you're at #AHA16, don't forget to stop by Booth 1618 and learn more about Mount Sinai! #ForYouForLife #MSHeart2016-12-01T16:44:41-04:00

Photo – We are representing Mount Sinai Heart at the American Heart Association's Scientific Meeting in New Orleans! Stop by Booth #1618! #AHA16

We are representing Mount Sinai Heart at the American Heart Association's Scientific Meeting in New Orleans! Stop by Booth #1618! #AHA16

Photo – We are representing Mount Sinai Heart at the American Heart Association's Scientific Meeting in New Orleans! Stop by Booth #1618! #AHA162016-12-01T16:44:42-04:00

Photo – On #VeteransDay, we honor and thank all the brave men and women who have served our nation.

On #VeteransDay, we honor and thank all the brave men and women who have served our nation.

Photo – On #VeteransDay, we honor and thank all the brave men and women who have served our nation.2016-12-01T16:44:43-04:00

Photo – Kenneth L. Davis, MD, President and CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System is sounding off soaring drug costs, a problem that's affecting millions across the country and he's inviting you to join the conversation about this on Facebook Live. He says some #pharmaceutical companies have hiked up prices anywhere from 600-5000%!a(MISSING)nd they must restore their social contract. Dr. Davis is now offering a series of solutions to get the cost down so that Americans can afford #medication. Join us LIVE today, November 9 at 1:30pm on The Mount Sinai Hospital page. #ForYouForLife

Kenneth L. Davis, MD, President and CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System is sounding off soaring drug costs, a problem that's affecting millions across the country and he's inviting you to join the conversation about this on Facebook Live. He says some #pharmaceutical companies have hiked up prices anywhere from 600-5000%!a(MISSING)nd they must restore their social contract. Dr. Davis is now offering a series of solutions to get the cost down so that Americans can afford #medication. Join us LIVE today, November 9 at 1:30pm on The Mount Sinai Hospital page. #ForYouForLife

Photo – Kenneth L. Davis, MD, President and CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System is sounding off soaring drug costs, a problem that's affecting millions across the country and he's inviting you to join the conversation about this on Facebook Live. He says some #pharmaceutical companies have hiked up prices anywhere from 600-5000%!a(MISSING)nd they must restore their social contract. Dr. Davis is now offering a series of solutions to get the cost down so that Americans can afford #medication. Join us LIVE today, November 9 at 1:30pm on The Mount Sinai Hospital page. #ForYouForLife2016-12-01T16:44:44-04:00

The #holiday season is in full swing. It’s a time to enjoy #family, #friends, and #food. Holiday festivities also present plenty of opportunities to overindulge. A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine notes that the average person will gain about a pound from mid-November to the beginning of January. Although one pound seems relatively harmless, the study also found that the extra weight did not come off the following year. Over time, this additional weight adds up. Here are some healthy tips from Eli Oki Choo, MS, RD, CDN, Clinical Nutrition Coordinator at The Mount Sinai Hospital, to help navigate the holiday season: http://mshs.co/hcLF30787zt #ForYouForLife

Healthy Holiday Eating Guide | HealthBytes.Guest post by Eli Oki Choo, MS, RD, CDN, Clinical Nutrition Coordinator at The Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Choo has worked at Mount Sinai for the past 8 years,

The #holiday season is in full swing. It’s a time to enjoy #family, #friends, and #food. Holiday festivities also present plenty of opportunities to overindulge. A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine notes that the average person will gain about a pound from mid-November to the beginning of January. Although one pound seems relatively harmless, the study also found that the extra weight did not come off the following year. Over time, this additional weight adds up. Here are some healthy tips from Eli Oki Choo, MS, RD, CDN, Clinical Nutrition Coordinator at The Mount Sinai Hospital, to help navigate the holiday season: http://mshs.co/hcLF30787zt #ForYouForLife2016-12-19T12:07:15-04:00
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