BWH Internal Medicine Residents Visit D.C. for Health Policy Tour

BWH residents and Management Leadership Track leaders with U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy (center, back row).

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Science and Curiosity Save Patient’s Life

Steven Keating had no idea that a brain scan he volunteered for in 2007 would end up saving his life.

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BWHC Partners eCare 90-Day Readiness Session

On Feb. 27, approximately 300 senior leaders, department managers, practice managers, and physician and nursing champions from across BWHC came together for the Partners eCare 90-day readiness session.

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BWHer Prepares to Run Her Second Boston Marathon

Thoracic Surgery physician assistant Wendy Canty, PA-C, is running this year’s Boston Marathon as a member of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Marathon team.

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Link Between Genetics and Clinical Response to Warfarin Uncovered

In a study published in The Lancet on March 10, researchers from BWH reported that patients with a genetic sensitivity to warfarin—the most widely used drug for preventing blood clots—have higher rates of bleeding during the first several months of treatment.

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Balloons and Stents: Achieving Savings on Coronary Arterial Devices

As part of Partners’ commitment to improve patient affordability by seeking savings and efficiencies while maintaining quality, a team worked to reduce spending on balloons and stents used as part of angioplasty and similar procedures.

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Bulletin Bullets

News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for employees

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