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News Clips | March 12-14, 2022

Utah skiing team wins third straight national championship

For the third straight year, and fourth time in the last five years, the University of Utah skiing team wins the NCAA National Championship.

3 key strategies to implementing an automated audit process

Revenue cycle leaders at the University of Utah Health successfully established an automated and streamlined audit process that identifies potential errors at the point of coding.

Two years of COVID-19 care at U of U Health

This month represents U of U Health’s two-year anniversary of providing medical care to coronavirus patients.

Autism training for Black parents, Google’s built-in gender bias

Michele Villalobos, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and part of the research team, wrote the journal’s thread about the work.

Ever wonder what’s inside Salt Lake Chinatown? We go behind the gate to find out.

With Utah’s largest Asian supermarket, and everything from bubble tea to a kung fu studio, the State Street location is a hub for several Asian cultures.

Community members push against housing project they say takes away renters’ dignity

A new shared housing project could be coming to Salt Lake City.

Hazards Scientist David Applegate Nominated for USGS Director

If confirmed, Applegate would fill a yearlong vacancy at the head of the agency.

The complexity of Israel PM's mediation efforts with Russia and Ukraine

Back on March 5, Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett flew to Moscow for a three-hour meeting with Russian President Vladmir Putin.

Amount of genetic influence moms, dads have on their kids’ behavior is not equal

The amount of genetic influence moms and dads have on their kids’ behavior is not the same, according to a new study.

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