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We'll also show you heart-warming
portraits of youngsters who underwent
reconstructive surgery on their faces. The
paintings - one of which is on our cover
- are an effort to help heal the emotional
scars of the children. It's called "Face
to Face: Craniofacial Program Portrait
Project," carried out by the artists at
Philadelphia's Studio Incamminati, and
sponsored by Children's Hospital of
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Philadelphia and the Edwin and Fannie
...by improving quality and value of care.
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the University of Pennsylvania. A father
of one of the youngsters called the artists
"plastic surgeons of the heart and soul."
...to help enhance care, achieve better
outcomes and elevate patient satisfaction.
It will be clear to you what he means,
when you see all the portraits.
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We have a lot more in this issue.
...as part of a physician-led group of healthcare
providers who are accountable for quality, cost
and overall care for the patients we serve.
We think you'll find it all worthwhile.
We welcome your comments, and if
you're not a member we encourage you
to sign up.
Learn more by calling us
* Michael DellaVecchia, MD, PhD, FACS
* William S. Frankl, MD
* Corina Graziani, MD
* Alan Miceli, MA
* Susan Robbins, MD, MPH, FAAP
* Paul D. Siegel, MD
Spring 2017 : Philadelphia Medicine