Q&A: How Boston Medical Center Stays on Top of New Healthcare Regulations

Q&A: How Boston Medical Center Stays on Top of New Healthcare Regulations »

11 Nov, 2019
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This is part two of a two-part Q&A featuring Arthur Harvey, M.S., chief information officer at Boston Medical Center. Part one can be viewed here. Health IT isn’t the most sought-after career for the younger generation. But that does not stop cyberattackers from targeting the healthcare sector more than any other. With that said, it is important for health systems…
Q&A: How Boston Medical Center Makes Technology Decisions

Q&A: How Boston Medical Center Makes Technology Decisions »

24 Oct, 2019
News
  This is part one of a two-part Q&A featuring Arthur Harvey, M.S., chief information officer at Boston Medical Center. One of the primary duties of a chief information officer (CIO) is to make decisions regarding implementation of technology. If a CIO does not get clinicians and staff members at their hospital or health system…
Families with Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Find SDoH Screening Useful

Families with Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Find SDoH Screening Useful »

11 Oct, 2019
News
  Children with sickle cell disease who are living in poverty often have a lower quality of life, higher healthcare use and higher complication rates. But hematologists can uncover the needs of these children and families to connect them to local resources and improve outcomes for patients, according to a study published in the journal…
Compassionate Caregiver Dr. Thea James Talks Healthcare Inspiration

Compassionate Caregiver Dr. Thea James Talks Healthcare Inspiration »

2 Dec, 2014
People
Dr. Thea James is well-loved by both her patients and her colleagues. Photo provided. Dr. Thea James' commitment to global and public health led to her recent receipt of the Schwartz Center's Compassionate Caregiver Award. Dr. James works at the Boston Medical Center. She is an associate professor of emergency medicine, the co-founder of…

Boston Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network Breakfast: Kate Walsh, CEO of Boston Medical Center »

7 Nov, 2013
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The Boston Chamber of Commerce has a number of programs designed to enhance life in Boston. You can see their calendar of events here. One of their programs is the Women's Network Breakfasts. The mission of the Women's Network is to connect women of all career levels, strengthen their professional networks, and engage them in…

BMC CFTCC Create to Innovate for Cancer Cure first prize goes to Taste Defense! »

17 Oct, 2013
MedTech Features
    The National Institute of Health-funded Boston Medical Center's Center for Future Technologies Create to Innovate for Cancer Cure announced their winners. $1000 first prize- Taste Defense, a Mouthwash and Taste Modification Device for Patients on Chemotherapy.  Team members included Ian Butterworth, Nicholas Woolf, Andrew Brown, and Osasere Evbuomwan. $500 second prize- Aseco, Tampon…

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