Cardiovascular Risk, Clues from Scanned Mummies
What can we learn about cardiovascular disease from the 500-year-old mummified remains of people with a primary diet of fish and sea mammals? A recent Brigham and Women’s Hospital research initiative was focused on finding out.
Celebrating One Year of Advancing Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Medicine — As Partners
One year ago this week, Massachusetts Eye and Ear officially became a member of Partners HealthCare. And what a year it’s been!
Shedding Light on a Silent Killer: The Boston ECG Project
A silent killer takes the lives of student athletes every year—and a simple test can detect it, saving these lives. So how can we increase the adoption of the test in schools and routine primary care visits?
World Medical Innovation Forum to Examine the Clinical Realities of AI
How can the enormous potential of artificial intelligence (AI) be harnessed to improve clinical outcomes across conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular and neurological disease, and mental health and substance use? That is the question at the center of the World Medical Innovation Forum.
Building Innovative Bridges Across the Care Continuum
In a data-driven world, can analytics make health care more effective for the most vulnerable patients? It’s a central question for all of us as care providers. At Partners HealthCare, it starts with Partners eCare, our electronic medical record platform—the infrastructure for data-driven innovation within our care network.
Maternity Care at the Brigham Recognized with Baby-Friendly Designation
At Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a new designation recognizes the hospital’s emphasis on evidence-based, patient-centered care and education as mothers make these choices and learn to feed their infants.