Massachusetts Leaders RIZE Up Against Opioid Addiction
Under the mantra “Zero Stigma. Zero Deaths,” respected leaders from throughout Massachusetts gathered today to launch a statewide private-sector initiative that will battle the ravaging effects of opioid addiction.
BWH, MGH Collaboration Yields Male Infertility Screening Breakthrough
An inexpensive and easy-to-use smartphone app created as part of a collaborative research and development effort between Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) represents a new, incredibly effective tool for the 45 million couples worldwide who struggle with infertility.
Partners Embraces Knowledge Engineering as Lynchpin of Healthcare Transformation
Healthcare transformation has upped the ante in regards to the maintenance of healthcare provider competency.
A Look at the Ever-Evolving Health Equity Landscape
The way we talk about and address the topic of health equity is actively changing. We took the opportunity to speak with Joe Betancourt, MD, MPH, Director of the MGH Disparities Solutions Center, and Deputy Director Aswita Tan-McGrory, for an update on the latest developments regarding where this area of health care may be headed in the near future
Three Takeaways from the Price Variation Commission Process
Today, the Commonwealth’s Provider Price Variation Commission will assemble for the last time. The group has made tremendous progress examining many important issues in Massachusetts health care and has done an important job brining disparate points of view together toward a shared goal of strengthening our delivery system.
Health Care Helps Boost Massachusetts to Top In the Nation
Massachusetts is the best state in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s new ranking of the Best States released Tuesday. The Bay State led its 49 competitors because of its strong performance in health care and education, two categories Americans prioritize as very important.