Partners HealthCare
Partners HealthCare
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Boston United States

Partners HealthCare is a Boston-based non-profit hospital and physicians network that includes Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), two of the nation’s most prestigious teaching institutions. It was founded in 1994 with H. Wikipedia

Partners HealthCare
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Boston United States

Partners HealthCare is a Boston-based non-profit hospital and physicians network that includes Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), two of the nation’s most prestigious teaching institutions. It was founded in 1994 with H. Wikipedia

  • Partners HealthCare is committed to strengthening patient care across the region by building on our existing partnership with Care New England Health System. The combined talent, experience, and resources of the organizations in this partnership would result in more integrated, coordinated care for Rhode Islands patients. Read more: http://ow.ly/bBSq30i1gsk
  • Twice a month, a multidisciplinary team of Partners HealthCare primary care physicians, specialists, and care managers gather virtually to assess, treat, and triage patients utilizing an educational approach called ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) which includes expert-led instruction and focuses on case-based conversations. Read more: http://ow.ly/Fwh430hX7Hj
  • Were pleased to announce that we are strengthening our existing commitment to supplier diversity by joining with nine other local organizations and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for the Pacesetters Initiative, which expands economic opportunity for minority-owned businesses. Read more: http://connectwithpartners.org/2018/01/18/setting-the-pace-for-economic-inclusion-in-our-community
  • Here at Partners HealthCare, we strive to provide personalized care for our patients across New England. Evidence has shown that social and economic factorssuch as education, food security, housing, and income, and the environmentalong with health behaviors can account for a full 80 percent of a persons health outcomes. Thats why we launched the Partners Medicaid Accountable Care Organization, a system-wide effort to provide more tailored care based on patients lifestyles and environments. Read more: http://connectwithpartners.org/2018/01/16/medicaid-program-brings-new-focus-on-social-factors-of-health

Partners HealthCare is committed to strengthening patient care across the region by building on our existing partnership with Care New England Health System. The combined talent, experience, and resources of the organizations in this partnership would result in more integrated, coordinated care for Rhode Islands patients. Read more: http://ow.ly/bBSq30i1gsk

Twice a month, a multidisciplinary team of Partners HealthCare primary care physicians, specialists, and care managers gather virtually to assess, treat, and triage patients utilizing an educational approach called ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) which includes expert-led instruction and focuses on case-based conversations. Read more: http://ow.ly/Fwh430hX7Hj

Were pleased to announce that we are strengthening our existing commitment to supplier diversity by joining with nine other local organizations and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for the Pacesetters Initiative, which expands economic opportunity for minority-owned businesses. Read more: http://connectwithpartners.org/2018/01/18/setting-the-pace-for-economic-inclusion-in-our-community

Here at Partners HealthCare, we strive to provide personalized care for our patients across New England. Evidence has shown that social and economic factorssuch as education, food security, housing, and income, and the environmentalong with health behaviors can account for a full 80 percent of a persons health outcomes. Thats why we launched the Partners Medicaid Accountable Care Organization, a system-wide effort to provide more tailored care based on patients lifestyles and environments. Read more: http://connectwithpartners.org/2018/01/16/medicaid-program-brings-new-focus-on-social-factors-of-health