Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) hopes a summit and hack-a-thon will produce innovative ideas for preventing gun violence.
Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD, executive director of the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, says artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact health care as profoundly as the discovery of the microscope.
Mass General disaster response teams are on the ground in Haiti and the southern United States, helping victims of Hurricane Matthew recover from its devastation.
Internist Britain W. Nicholson, MD, sees his new development role as an opportunity to continue to help donors feel good about supporting Mass General.
New data indicates MGH addiction consult teams are helping patients with substance use disorders reduce the severity of their addictions and maintain sobriety.
Mass General president says Lunder Building advancements have enhanced care for the sickest patients and made it the model for hospital building projects worldwide.
Mass General’s new Research Institute is designed to capitalize on a unique doctor-scientist partnership in ways that advance the practice of medicine.
Thomas J. Lynch, Jr., MD, says members of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization have a unique role and responsibility to really change the way medicine is practiced.
Bank of America has committed $5 million to Mass General and Brigham and Women’s to support specialty care programs and to improve patient access to them.
In an interview, Mass General’s director of translational research says MGH has the knowledge of human biology to help industry develop new medicines and treatments and get them to patients faster.