Mass General is leading an important effort to improve care, reduce costs, and increase efficiency with one goal in mind: to improve the patient experience.
Increasing the availability of fresh produce is the centerpiece of Mass General’s strategy for encouraging healthy eating in one Massachusetts community.
Mass General is using a new treatment called TMS to help regulate nerve cells involved in mood regulation that may be underactive in depression.
At Mass General, Alessio Fasano, MD, a leader in celiac disease research and treatment, hopes to work closely with celiac centers at other Boston hospitals.
Continuing Mass General’s history of innovation in radiology is the goal of James Brink, MD, who recently became Mass General’s chief of Radiology.
The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program has launched its first public service advertising campaign to increase awareness for the “invisible wounds” of war – post traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) – and raise […]
The one hundred gala held by the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center is a time to celebrate individuals and organizations that have contributed to the fight against cancer. In its sixth year, the annual event raised more than $1.3 million […]
U.S. News & World Report recognized Mass General for national excellence in health care, moving it to #1 on its annual list of the nation’s best hospitals.
Imagine treatments that reverse Alzheimer’s disease and prevent strokes. Or technology that can predict seizures or help paralyzed patients move again. Merit E. Cudkowicz, MD, MSc, the new chief of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, aims to make this happen and more. She is building on a tradition of innovation inspired by Anne B. Young, MD, PhD, who led the department for nearly two decades.
The Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program provides cardiac care designed specifically for women, from pursuing preventive approaches to treating complex conditions.