Newsweek 3/12/2021

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the experts

DAVID W. BATES, M.D. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Chief of the division of general internal medicine and primary care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Bates is also a professor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health and serves as medical director of clinical and quality analysis for Partners Health-Care in Boston. Internationally recognized for his research on using medical technology to improve safety and patient outcomes, he has also served as external program lead for research in the World Health Organization’s Global Alliance for Patient Safety and is the past president of the International Society for Quality in Health Care. JENS DEERBERG-WITTRAM, M.D. RoMed Kliniken, Rosenheim, Germany CEO and president of RoMed, a German nonprofit health system, Deerberg-Wittram is the founding president of the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement…

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the global leaders

1 Mayo Clinic ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA Founded in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1889 by a group of physicians that included brothers William and Charles Mayo, the Clinic now has dozens of locations in five states and around the world. The original Rochester location, which now employs about half of Mayo’s more than 60,000 employees developed a reputation for excellence in treating complex illnesses, through its pioneering team approach and emphasis on research alongside treatment. In February, Mayo surgeons in Minnesota performed successful liver transplant surgery on a college athlete who was also suffering from COVID-19, the first first known operation of its kind. MayoClinic.org 2 CLEVELAND CLINIC CLEVELAND, OHIO Now in its 100th year, Cleveland Clinic has grown to include 18 hospitals with 6,000 beds and more than 220 outpatient locations in the U.S. and around the…

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national champs

GERMANY 1 Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin BERLIN 2 Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg HEIDELBERG 3 Klinikum der Universität München MÜNCHEN 4 Klinikum rechts der Isar der Technischen Universität München MÜNCHEN 5 Medizinische Hochschule Hannover HANNOVER 6 Universitätsklinikum Tübingen TÜBINGEN 7 Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf HAMBURG 8 Universitätsklinikum Freiburg FREIBURG 9 Universitätsklinikum Köln KÖLN 10 Universitätsklinikum Essen ESSEN JAPAN 1 The University of Tokyo Hospital TOKYO 2 St. Luke's International Hospital TOKYO 3 Kameda Medical Center KAMOGAWA 4 Kyushu University Hospital FUKUOKA 5 Center Hospital of the National Center for Global Health and Medicine TOKYO 6 Kyoto University Hospital KYOTO 7 Kurashiki Central Hospital KURASHIKI 8 Osaka University Hospital OSAKA 9 Nagoya University Hospital NAGOYA 10 Toranomon Hospital TOKYO SOUTH KOREA 1 Asan Medical Center SEOUL 2 Seoul National University Hospital SEOUL 3 Samsung Medical Center SEOUL 4 Severance Hospital - Yonsei University SEOUL 5 Seoul National University - Bundang Hospital SEONGNAM CITY 6 The Catholic University Of Korea - Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital SEOUL 7 Korea University - Anam Hospital SEOUL 8 Ajou University Hospital SUWON CITY 9 KyungHee University Medical Center SEOUL 10 Gangnam Severance Hospital - Yonsei University SEOUL FRANCE 1 AP-HP - Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière PARIS 2…

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america’s finest

ABOVE AVERAGE FOR INFECTION PREVENTION ALABAMA 1 UAB Hospital BIRMINGHAM 2 Fayette Medical Center FAYETTE 3 Clay County Hospital ASHLAND 4 East Alabama Medical Center OPELIKA ARIZONA 1 Mayo Clinic - Phoenix PHOENIX 2 Banner University Medical Center Tucson TUCSON 3 Dignity Health - Mercy Gilbert Medical Center GILBERT CALIFORNIA 1 Stanford Health Care - Stanford Hospital STANFORD 2 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center LOS ANGELES 3 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center LOS ANGELES 4 UCLA Medical Center - Santa Monica SANTA MONICA 5 UCSF Medical Center SAN FRANCISCO 6 University of California - Davis Medical Center SACRAMENTO 7 Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla LA JOLLA 8 UC San Diego Health - Jacobs Medical Center SAN DIEGO 9 Keck Hospital of USC LOS ANGELES 10 Torrance Memorial Medical Center TORRANCE 11 Sharp Memorial Hospital SAN DIEGO 12 MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center LONG BEACH 13 Mission Hospital MISSION VIEJO 14 El Camino Hospital MOUNTAIN VIEW 15 Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian NEWPORT BEACH 16 Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center SANTA CLARA 17 John Muir Health - Walnut Creek Medical Center WALNUT CREEK 18 Kaiser…

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the silence of the lambs at 30: thrilling (and complicated)

AS SOON AS THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS WAS released on February 14, 1991, it was clear this wasn’t your ordinary horror film. “The Silence of the Lambs is an electrifying exercise in suspense,” David Ansen wrote in his review for Newsweek. “One need only have a healthy appetite for fear to acknowledge that thrillers don’t get much more thrilling.” Based on the 1988 Thomas Harris novel, the film follows Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster), a young FBI agent hunting down “Buffalo Bill” (Ted Levine), a serial killer. To find Bill, Starling must work with Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), an imprisoned psychiatrist and cannibal serial killer with a notorious passion for fava beans and chianti. Thirty years later, the film continues to thrill audiences and is widely considered one of the best horror…

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flavors from around the world

01 Hallacas Venezuela (Achiote) These banana leaf tamales stuffed with pork and beef are full of Venezuelan flavors. Piloncillo has a deep, almost smokey flavor, sometimes with notes of rich caramel and achiote paste—a popular Latin American spice blend—contains annatto, cumin, pepper and other spices. 02 Poulet Yassa Senegal (Scotch bonnet pepper) This roast chicken dish gets its bold taste from Scotch bonnet pepper, which is more than twice as hot as cayenne. This pepper is used across West Africa and the Carribean—and along with lots of heat, it also has a distinct sweetness. 03 Degué Guinea (Millet) This sweet, tangy breakfast pudding is made with black millet, a grain that grows across Africa and is similar to rice once it has been cooked. Millet can have a slightly bitter, nutty taste—a versatile flavor that works in both…

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