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Patient Care

Each year, 1.5 million patients walk through our doors, seeking care for a wide range of conditions, every one recorded in our electronic health record. Behind that vast number there are real people. People of all ages and backgrounds, each with their own story, point of view, and wide-ranging needs – and something to teach us about enhancing care and improving medicine for everyone.

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Magnet® Recognition for Brigham and MGH Nurses

It may be impossible to measure the true impact of nursing care on individual patients and families, but Magnet® recog­nition – the highest honor best...
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Faster, Easier Answers for Newborn Patients

When medically critical newborns receive care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), time is of the essence, particularly as care teams seek answ...
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Expanding Gender-Affirming Care at MGH

Physicians and staff at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) are committed to providing specialized care that suits the needs of all patients – includ...
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Healing Wounds with Mobile Expertise

Providing efficient, effective mobile-based patient care is at the heart of Partners HealthCare at Home’s (PHH) mission. A new innovation is extending...
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Preventing Patient Falls Through Innovation

Patient falls are a leading cause of hospital- associated complications and poor outcomes nationally – and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is com...
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AllWays Health Partners

In August 2018, Neighborhood Health Plan announced that, starting on January 1, 2019, it was changing its name to AllWays Health Partners. This new br...
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Patient Centered Care Recognized

After a rigorous multi-year review and accreditation process, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH) has achieved Patient Centered Medical Home designation ...
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Caring for Our Own: Reducing Physician Burnout

To provide the best care, we need to ensure that our practitioners are at their best. Recent evidence suggests a significant rate of burnout among U.S...
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ED Navigators Expand Care Continuum for Vulnerable Patients

For Partners HealthCare’s most vulnerable patient populations, the emergency depart­ment (ED) is a frequent point of care for both medical and social ...
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