Partners and Care New England: One Step Closer to Partnership
Patients and families in Rhode Island will soon benefit from a formalized extension of a clinical collaboration between Care New England Health System (CNE) and Partners HealthCare.
New Initiative Helps Bring Homes, Hope to Homeless Population
Homelessness in Boston is a crisis with many sides and many stakeholders. It’s a problem with social, health, and economic implications—and a new, Partners HealthCare-supported initiative launched by Mayor Martin J. Walsh aims to address it on all fronts.
Keeping Care Accountable for the Most Vulnerable Patients
With the official March 1 launch of Partners HealthCare’s Medicaid Accountable Care Organization (ACO), a host of tools designed to better serve the medical needs of Medicaid patients will now benefit more of our highest risk patients in this population.
Specialty Pharmacy Offers Dedicated Support for Patients and Physicians
Enbrel. Humira. Sovaldi. Xeloda. For many people suffering from chronic inflammatory arthritis, gastrointestinal illnesses, and certain cancer diagnoses, medications like these can be highly effective in managing conditions and improving overall quality of life, but also very expensive and challenging to manage at home.
Enhancing Patient Care With Care New England
Partners HealthCare is committed to strengthening patient care throughout the region. With intent to enter into a definitive agreement with Care New England Health System (CNE) announced this morning, we will outline details and plans to welcome several locations across Rhode Island into the Partners network.
Rhode Island’s Care New England to Join Partners HealthCare Network
The Care New England Health System of Providence, Rhode Island (CNE) has announced its intent to join Partners HealthCare. Pending regulatory approval, the decision would mark a culmination of a collaborative cardiovascular and surgical relationship that began at Brigham and Women’s Hospital back in 2009.
Vital Funding Brings New Life to Dimock Center’s Addiction Treatment Facility
After years of uncertainty, the Dimock Center in Roxbury has received the funding necessary to rebuild and restore its 18,000-ft inpatient addiction treatment facility—which was by some estimates on the brink of collapse.
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Joins MGH, Partners HealthCare Family
For the first time ever, a New Hampshire hospital, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, is now part of the Mass General Hospital (MGH) family and a member of the Partners HealthCare sytem.
Grant Gives Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center New Roles, Chance to Improve Patient Care Quality
One year ago, the Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center (SJPHC) received a 2-year Partnership for Community Health Excellence and Innovation grant that helped create two new, critical roles: a medical social worker and a health coach.