A Look Back At Our Most Popular Posts From 2017
Here on Connect with Partners, we strive to share compelling stories from Partners HealthCare and the local and national health care industries with our readers. Our blog posts cover innovative patient care, pioneering research, legislation discussions, and other important health care issues currently affecting our communities.
Breaking Down Barriers to Map the Brain—and Better Treat Depression
For one Massachusetts General Hospital researcher, the crusade to help adolescents with anxiety and depression find hope is matched in significance only by a determination to help give women a rightful place at the bench in STEM research fields.
RIZE Grant Recipients to Tackle Opioid Addiction with Innovation
Six organizations battling opioid use disorders on the frontlines of Massachusetts’ communities will soon have reinforcements in the form of $50,000 design grants awarded this week by RIZE Massachusetts.
When Sharing Is Caring: Partners' Push for IT Interoperability Enables Data Exchange
Every day, doctors and clinicians pursue innovations to improve patient care. These ideas often involve mining patient data to determine the best course of treatment or to proactively avoid symptoms and negative reactions altogether. However, these clinicians often find that this data is siloed across systems, which prevents them from accessing it.
Hope for Mental Health Conditions Comes from Awareness, Research
While a joyful time for many, the holiday season is often regarded as a challenging time of year for those struggling with mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, or exacerbating feelings of isolation. Across the Partners HealthCare System, we’re working hard to ensure that our patients receive comprehensive mental health care every day.
Mass. Eye and Ear Chairman Makes the Case for Partnership
As previously reported by news outlets and in this blog, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary is committed to a merger with Partners HealthCare, a move aimed at preserving and enhancing the hospital’s long legacy of specialty care.