Partners HealthCare Initiatives
Among the benefits of an integrated health network is the opportunity for clinical collaborations and joint programs.
An example of this is the Center for Connected Health, a division of Partners HealthCare which offers programs that use a combination of remote-monitoring, online communications and intelligence, and technology applications to improve patient adherence, engagement, and clinical outcomes.
Other examples can be found in our Clinical Collaborations in a variety of therapeutic areas.
The goal of these Partners HealthCare initiatives is to enhance the health and well being of patients and to support the physicians who care for them.
The Center for Connected Health explores opportunities for technology-enabled care programs and the potential for new strategies in health care delivery.
A growing number of the departments and programs at our hospitals are collaborating to provide the highest quality of care and access to its patient and physician community.
ACOs are groups of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers, who come together voluntarily to give coordinated, high quality care to the Medicare patients they serve.
Partners is developing a health information system that supports and advances Partners’ mission of patient care, research, teaching, and service to the community.
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Clinical Trials @ Partners
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Quality and Safety Report Card
Partners HealthCare is committed to making patient care better each day, across all parts of our system.