Partners HealthCare to Bring Care Closer to Home, Lower Costs
Partners HealthCare announced a plan to bring health care closer to where patients live, at lower costs. Partners plans to open four state-of-the-art outpatient centers that will offer a wide range of new health care options that better meets patients’ changing needs.
Celebrating the Holidays, Healthfully
The holidays bring fun with family and friends—which often revolves around food. But partaking in the festivities need not mean foregoing the healthy lifestyle choices you try to stick to during the rest of the year, says Jenna Koroly, MS, RD, LDN, a registered dietitian at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital (BWFH).
At MGH Clinic, Every Day’s a School Day
A typical day for nurse practitioner Jordan Hampton, MSEd, MSN, RN, CPNP, runs the gamut. Among her patients at the Chelsea High School Student Health Center, a satellite of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Chelsea HealthCare Center, she sees everything from strep throat to issues around sexual health.
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.