As COVID-19 cases climb, disadvantaged populations suffer the worst. Learn how Mass General is reducing disparities and expanding access to care.
Mass General’s chief learning officer says COVID-19 underscores health professions education’s crucial role in ensuring preparedness, safety and quality.
David Brown, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Mass General discusses what a “typical” day looks like for him, during this extraordinary time of COVID-19.
The new Mass General Brigham Center for COVID Innovation is racing against the clock to put protective equipment, tests, ventilators and information into the hands of frontline health care workers.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says the hospital’s staff is more prepared and determined than ever as it prepares to care for a surge of patients with COVID-19.
Reducing opioid prescriptions is part of a broader Mass General effort to develop new quality and safety standards that will transform patient care.
Retired U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Ron Welch says the new, four-day Accelerated Clinical Treatment program at Home Base helped him regain control of his life.
A Mass General researcher is co-leading an effort to determine whether data gathered with smartphones can help provide a clearer picture of recovery after surgery.
A Mass General volunteer writes that, after her husband suffered a serious injury while traveling abroad, they encountered a Mass General physician who treated them with memorable skill and empathy.
An orthopaedic surgeon and team physician to the pros says Mass General’s Sports Medicine Center is using holistic, team-based care, patient feedback and biologics to improve outcomes.