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The state Public Health Council has voted to grant a license to transfer ownership of South Shore Hospital in Weymouth to Partners HealthCare System. Council members, on a 9-to-1 vote with one abstention, approved a determination of need''
The ability to provide the clinical laboratory market with a seamlessly integrated workflow to support next generation sequencing-based tests takes a significant step forward with this collaboration. The current bottleneck for clinical laboratories
Dottie, how are you? he asks a woman in a purple robe who is suffering from obstructive lung disease. I'm taking a look at your X-ray right now, and it looks pretty good. She sits up in her bed, breathing through a tracheostomy tube...Hayes's pace
The members represent a diverse and distinguished group of laboratories within leading academic institutions and commercial organizations who are interested in leveraging clinical-grade genomics interpretation and reporting. The members are committed
Partners HealthCare was founded by two of the nation's leading academic medical centers, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Those hospitals consistently rank among the top ten hospitals nationwide in the U.S...
I have been amused by the misdirection of both parties that Partners Healthcare System views Steward Health Care System as competitor. I have often pointed out that such is not the case . Maybe, finally, the media will drop this mantra. In today's
But, as I have made clear for some time , Steward's main competition is not Partners. It is the community hospitals near the ones it owns in several of the areas surrounding Boston. Now, we hear it directly. Here's a comment from one of the leaders
Hawthorn Medical Associates has announced a new affiliation with Steward Health Care System in a move that pulls a major for-profit medical network deeper into the region. With health care undergoing dramatic changes at the state and federal levels,
This is more than a good bill; this is a great bill, he told reporters after visiting a Roxbury organization that seeks to reduce youth violence. This is a commonwealth that has shown the nation how to extend coverage to everybody and to do it in a
Connors, who recently turned 70, is retiring next month after 20 years with Partners hospitals. He joined the board of trustees of Brigham & Women's Hospital in 1992. The hospital merged with Massachusetts General Hospital in 1994, and Connors took