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The research and clinical practice of Juliane Bingener-Casey, M.D., is in the field of minimally invasive surgery and endoscopy. The long-term goal of her research program is to utilize novel minimally invasive technology to improve patient outcomes by reducing the impact of surgery on patients' quality of life. She conducts clinical trials using patient-centered research methods, introduces innovative surgical approaches and analyzes comprehensive clinical databases to achieve those goals.
Dr. Bingener-Casey's research aims to continuously decrease the invasiveness of surgical procedures and improve patient outcomes. The smaller the impact of surgery on the patient, the faster the patient will recover and maintain his or her quality of life. In addition, if the quality of life is maintained close to normal, the likelihood of a postoperative complication is smaller. Thus, Dr. Bingener-Casey and her colleagues want to better understand how patients report their outcomes and what is most important to them. She works with her colleagues and patient collaborators to develop and investigate new surgical approaches in and around the operating room to better meet patients' needs.
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