More and more Mass General nurses are proposing solutions to problems they encounter on the frontlines of patient care.
At Mass General, many physicians, nurses, researchers and health workers believe protecting patients should involve more than treating illness and injury.
Reversing one heart transplant patient’s decline required intensive therapy, precise collaboration and the innovative use of an organ infected with a potentially deadly disease.
A little boy’s violent rages took control of his family’s life until they turned to a Mass General expert in pediatric bipolar disorder.
Remembering the names and faces of the 17 specialists who worked to help her husband makes Liz Morrill Cross proud of his gift to Mass General.
O’Neil A. Britton, MD, Mass General’s chief medical officer, describes a new Learning Hospital and other aspects of a plan for modernizing education at Mass General, Harvard Medical School’s first and largest teaching hospital.
The Mass General Emergency Department tackles the opioid overdose epidemic with new training and quicker access to a key medication.
One researcher’s development of a swallowable, diagnostic capsule underscores the progress and promise of the MGH Research Scholars program.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says the hospital’s scientists and clinicians work together to ensure that research informs care and vice versa.
Timothy G. Ferris, MD, MPH, the new CEO of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization, says the intelligence, dedication and compassion of colleagues continue to make him a better person.