Chancellor Michael F. Collins and a dozen UMass Medical School employees joined volunteers at the Veterans Inc. shelter in Worcester, distributing Thanksgiving supplies to hundreds of veterans and their families.
The UMass Medical School COMECC campaign ends on Wednesday, Nov. 25. The campaign co-chairs are asking employees who have not yet donated to take a moment to consider the impact of a charitable gift as UMass Medical School strives to achieve its goal of raising $400,000 for the 2015 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign.
UMass Medical School’s UHealthSolutions Inc. is helping connect Massachusetts residents with the long term health services and supports they need through the launch of MassOptions, according to stories in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and MassLive.
A policy brief authored by UMMS family medicine & community medicine faculty members contends that health care payers should be careful not to impose quality measures that prioritize time- and cost-effectiveness over principles of patient-centered medicine, evidence-based interventions and transparency.
The 2015 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign supports a wide range of charities such as the United Way, which makes possible programs like the one helping Daishanese stand up for herself and find her own voice.
Joyce A. Murphy, MPA, executive vice chancellor of Commonwealth Medicine, was honored by the Worcester Business Journal as one of sixOutstanding Women in Business at Tuckerman Hall in Worcester on Nov. 13.
Two UMass Medical School emergency medicine and toxicology experts spoke with WBUR about the complexities of opioid addiction and pain management, and the expectations and limitations of naloxone.
UMass Medical School employees who donate to the annual COMECC campaign have an opportunity to win numerous campus raffle prizes. Those who contribute by close of business Friday, Nov. 13, are automatically entered.
Eleven UMass Medical School nursing and medical students wrapped up their two-week immersion in veterans’ health care with a visit to Westover Air Reserve Base.
The Association of American Medical Colleges recognized the UMMS Health and Criminal Justice Program for its efforts in improving the health and outcomes of individuals involved in the criminal justice system during the AAMC’s 126th annual meeting.