Major forces challenge health care today. Among them are shortages of specialty physicians, nurses and allied health care professionals, the aging of our population, lifestyles that put more Americans at risk for illness, escalating medical costs and pressures to reduce those costs. In the midst of all this change, MD Anderson is taking steps to ensure the delivery of quality care.
Philanthropy Ensures Quality
When it comes to philanthropy, there are myriad ways to make a difference. For Don Schlattman, choosing just one was not enough.
People and Data
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Preparing for the Future of Health Care
Ask survivors to place a value on a future free from cancer, and they will say it's priceless.
Quality Drives Patient Care
In 2004, James Yao, M.D., learned that one patient can open a whole new world of possibilities.
Educating Professionals and the Public
To attract the best and brightest to essential health care jobs, MD Anderson has a growing number of innovative programs.
Quality in Our Facilities
MD Anderson's facilities focus on meeting the needs of patients, visitors and employees.
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