The MassHealth ACO pilot is a unique opportunity to redesign care around the unique needs of BWH's most vulnerable patients, says pilot Director Rose Kakoza, MD, MPH.
When patient William Terry, MD, was randomly selected to participate in a pilot study to receive care at home instead of being admitted to BWH, he didn’t think twice about signing up.
Across the board, chief residents handle everything from managing care teams and teaching residents and medical students to coordinating residents’ schedules and serving as a liaison between faculty and trainees.
A group of BWH residents had the opportunity to meet with D.C. officials in top posts, including many Brigham alumni.
Schwartz Center Rounds is a place where caregivers discuss emotional and social issues that arise in patient care.
Dr. Ahmed Kurdi shares his thoughts on redefining what it is to be healthy.
An uncommon occurrence: Three BWH internal medicine residents come from one high school in San Antonio, Texas.
The American Board of Internal Medicine announced new appointments and model for its Specialty Board and Exam Committees.
Research assistants are recognized at first annual DGIM Research Day.
As a young primary care internist, Joseph Frolkis, MD, PhD, routinely observed what he coined as the “Columbo phenomenon.”
Providing comprehensive care for adults and children, BWH Family Care Associates opened its doors at BWFH this summer.