Partners HealthCare Launches Digital Health Initiative
Partners HealthCare has launched a five-year digital health initiative to improve the patient experience, boost digital innovation and transform clinical care across the system.
New Emphasis on Identity a Point of Pride at Partners
As the Partners HealthCare community celebrates Pride Month with a range of initiatives — including the first ever systemwide Partners HealthCare team at the Boston Pride Parade (pictured here) — a new emphasis on identity is helping to shed more light on aspects, strengths, and assets of human differences among Partners employees.
Setting a Harmful Precedent: Proposed Rollback of Transgender Protections
At Partners HealthCare, we’re committed to making a positive difference in the communities where we live and work by increasing access to care and erasing health care disparities. Therefore, recent Trump administration efforts to rollback protections for transgender patients, enacted during the Obama administration, run counter to our mission.
Celebrating the One Year Anniversary of All of Us New England
All of Us New England celebrated the one-year anniversary of the launch of the All of Us Research Program by bringing the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Journey bus to Boston, giving the community and visitors a firsthand look into how the national research program works, and why it is so critical to the advancement of medicine.
World Medical Innovation Forum Investigates the Impact of AI on Health Care
More than 1,800 health care leaders gathered in Boston recently at the World Medical Innovation Forum, hosted by Partners HealthCare, for focused discussions on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in clinical care. Below are some highlights from the forum’s three dynamic days.
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.