At Mass General, many physicians, nurses, researchers and health workers believe protecting patients should involve more than treating illness and injury.
Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology (CAMTech) recently held its Gun-Violence Prevention: Hack-a-thon and Demo Day to generate innovative solutions in gun-violence prevention, mental health, community resilience and public policy.
A Mass General senior vice president outlines efforts underway to make the hospital more welcoming for transgender patients.
Massachusetts General Hospital has launched a new podcast called Charged, featuring some of the hospital’s leading female voices.
An expert in telemedicine for stroke patients, the director of Mass General’s Comprehensive Stroke Center testified before the U.S. Senate last year on behalf of the legislation.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says that, as an organization committed to heal, prevent injuries and promote good health, Mass General should be part of the national dialogue on the national epidemic of gun violence.
Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) hopes a summit and hack-a-thon will produce innovative ideas for preventing gun violence.
An infectious disease specialist at Mass General says that, while slowing climate change is important for our health long term, cleaning up air pollution will also yield immediate health benefits.
A pioneer in the field of population health management, Mass General is finding new ways to enhance healthcare quality while also reducing costs.
In recent years, Massachusetts General Hospital has launched a variety of diversity initiatives to address disparities in care and employment.