What are the most promising upcoming healthcare innovations that are likely to have the biggest impact on improving patient care in 2015?
Across the hospital, 3-D printing is helping physicians prepare for face transplant surgeries, guide cancer resections and reconstructions, and more.
We asked the BWH clinical and research community to tell us more about their top picks for 2015 health care innovations and why they chose them.
Online patient community connects patients to clinical trials
High-Tech Med Talk at Mini-Med School series features BWH biomedical engineers, smart bandages, slug-inspired glue and more.
BWHers generate ideas for digital health solutions around chronic disease management, mental health and more.
A group of BWH residents had the opportunity to meet with D.C. officials in top posts, including many Brigham alumni.
Torchiana Named President, CEO of Partners HealthCare; Shulman to join Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Have you recently published a book? Share this achievement with your colleagues in the BWH physician and research community.
The WEB Aneurysm Embolization System offers a solution for some patients.
With the right tools and knowledge, any physician or researcher can build an effective social media presence.
On Lupus and Ligands; Epstein-Barr Virus and B-Cell Lymphomas; Linking Genetics and Warfarin; and Insights into Inherited Alzheimer's
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.
Watch the construction progress.
On a makeshift wooden bed frame in a basement laboratory, sits the prototype for the Lung Density…