Dr. Christine Pace Brings Integrated Approach to Addiction Medicine

Dr. Christine Pace Brings Integrated Approach to Addiction Medicine »

It wasn’t until her third year of medical school that Dr. Christine Pace started to connect her interest in addiction with the pressing need for integrating behavioral health into primary care practices. Her leadership, vision, and success in moving addiction medicine forward led to Pace’s recent naming by the Boston Chamber of Commerce as one…
John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care

John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care »

John Moore, CEO and co-founder of Twine Health. John Moore, winner of the MedTech Boston Primary Care Innovation award and co-founder and CEO of Twine Health, challenges the traditional patient-clinician relationship every day through his collaborative technology work. Moore began his studies at Boston University as a biomedical engineer. From there,…
Hope Springs Eternal in Primary Care, Says Peter Meyers

Hope Springs Eternal in Primary Care, Says Peter Meyers »

While focusing on primary care this month (because of our 2014 Primary Care Challenge live event on September 16) we came across Peter Meyers, a fourth-year medical student from the University of Minnesota. Peter is the Clinical Innovation Content Fellow at Primary Care Progress, and he just finished a MPH program focused on health policy. As we…
Primary Care Change Agents: HMS Fellows Push for Innovation

Primary Care Change Agents: HMS Fellows Push for Innovation »

19 Aug, 2014
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Harvard Medical School, photo via flickr. Each year, the Innovation Fellows program at Harvard Medical School's Center for Primary Care selects doctors to focus on one of America's biggest healthcare puzzles: primary care. The fellows create communities of clinician innovators and mentors, promote cross-disciplinary collaborations, and lead innovations in diabetes, depression management,…

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