1. Articles in category: Health Care

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    1. Elite Medic Training in Springfield opens its doors

      Explore The Reminder Online (Nov 14 2013)

      The afternoon event showcased the expansion of National Ambulance and Albany Street Auto and celebrated the inauguration of its new academy. Following a ribbon cutting at 3:45 p.m. with Mayor Dominic Sarno, guests were treated to tours of National Ambulance, Albany Street Auto, and the EMT Academy. Co-owners of the three businesses, Kirill Adzigirey and Advey Adzigirey, were on hand for the festivities.

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      Mentions:   Springfield

    2. Development Associates completes construction and leasing of the I-91

      Explore New England Real Estate Journal (Nov 7 2013)

      Development Associates completes construction and leasing of the I-91

      22 Atwood Drive - Northampton , MA . Northampton , MA With the signing of a 40,495 s/f lease with Cooley Dickinson Healthcare, Development Associates of Agawam has completed the construction and leasing of the I-91 Northampton Professional Center.

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      Mentions:   Amherst   Northampton   Chicopee

    3. College of American Pathologists - Springfield Pathologist Elected Governor of College of American Pathologists

      Explore College of American Pathologists (Oct 31 2013)

      College of American Pathologists - Springfield Pathologist Elected Governor of College of American Pathologists

      Dr. Friedberg currently serves as chairman for the Department of Pathology at Baystate Health in Springfield, Mass. In addition, he is a medical director at Baystate Reference Laboratories, also in Springfield. Dr. Friedberg is professor and deputy chairman of the Department of Pathology at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston.

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      Mentions:   Baystate Health   Springfield

    4. Massachusetts community hospitals eligible for grants as part of state health care reform

      Explore masslive.com (Oct 28 2013)

      Massachusetts community hospitals eligible for grants as part of state health care reform

      The state Health Policy Commission has announced the availability of $10 million in funding for certain Massachusetts community hospitals. Beginning today, eligible institutions from across the state can apply for up to $500,000 from the first phase of the Health Policy Commission investment program – Community Hospital Acceleration, Revitalization, and Transformation, or CHART – focused on enhancing community hospitals’ delivery of efficient, effective health care.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Palmer   Holyoke Medical Center

    5. $15 million expansion plan at Sister Caritas Cancer Center in Springfield touted for added patient care and convenience

      Explore masslive.com (Oct 25 2013)

      $15 million expansion plan at Sister Caritas Cancer Center in Springfield touted for added patient care and convenience

      Sisters of Providence Health System administrators said Friday that plans for a $15 million expansion of the Sister Caritas Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center will provide more comprehensive care and convenience for patients. The cancer center “has done a great job of taking care of many patients for many years,” said Daniel P. Moen, the health system’s president and chief executive officer. “We are certainly excited about the expansion of the Sister Caritas Cancer Center,” Moen said. “This expansion is going to let us take care of more patients in comprehensive ways.”

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Holyoke   Sisters of Providence Health System

    6. Plans for Mercy Medical Center's $15 million expansion of Sister Caritas Cancer Center in Springfield to be unveiled Friday in Holyoke

      Explore masslive.com (Oct 24 2013)

      Plans for Mercy Medical Center's $15 million expansion of Sister Caritas Cancer Center in Springfield to be unveiled Friday in Holyoke

      The Sisters of Providence Health Systems is slated to unveil plans Friday night for a $15 million expansion of the Sister Caritas Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Holyoke

    7. Access to Opportunity | BusinessWest

      Explore BusinessWest (Oct 11 2013)

      Access to Opportunity | BusinessWest

      The website was developed as a result of a collaborative effort. It is an initiative of the Regional Employment Board of Hampden County (REB), which teamed up with members of the Healthcare Workforce Partnership of Western Mass., with the goal of strengthening the region’s healthcare workforce and enhancing the quality of patient care.  “The idea for the website was generated by employers, educators, and community-based organizations with the express desire of letting people know what types of healthcare jobs and careers are available in the Pioneer Valley and where they exist on the continuum of care,” said Kelly Aiken ...

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    8. Holyoke Health Center opens children's dental care wing with $2 million federal grant

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      Holyoke Health Center opens children's dental care wing with $2 million federal grant

      Holyoke Health Center at 230 Maple St. held a grand opening Sept. 20 of its Pediatric Dental Wing, which features 13 dental chairs for children in the renovated fourth floor. The goal is to get families patterned into children receiving dental care at an early age by forming "dental homes" of regular visits to the dentist, said Jay A. Breines, Health Center executive director.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    9. Breast cancer researcher D. Joseph Jerry: Targeting DNA repair and cells | masslive.com

      Explore masslive.com (Oct 8 2013)

      Breast cancer researcher D. Joseph Jerry: Targeting DNA repair and cells | masslive.com

      This renews scientists and clinicians in their efforts to find strategies to prevent and treat breast cancer, even when one finds the path difficult. The combined efforts of advocates and researchers have resulted in well-developed tools and resources that make breast cancer a model for understanding many other cancers.  It also represents the opportunities that are possible when the patient community is an active part of research, energizing and guiding priorities. The Advocacy Council, that is part of the Rays of Hope Center for Breast Cancer Research, plays a pivotal role fostering innovative research here in Western Massachusetts.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Baystate Health   Amherst

    10. Springfield Technical Community College's Mobile SIM offers state-of-the art medical training outside the classroom

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      Springfield Technical Community College's Mobile SIM offers state-of-the art medical training outside the classroom

      Springfield Technical Community College, home of the region’s premiere patient simulation training facility, the SIMS Medical Center, recently expanded its hands-on training capabilities with the unveiling of a new Mobile SIM unit. The unit, an ambulance turned into a state-of-the-art training environment, will provide students with a realistic platform to prepare them for work outside the classroom. The Mobile SIM provides an interactive educational environment which will, in return, enhance the student’s performance while improving patient care.

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      Mentions:   Springfield Technical Community College   Springfield

    11. Editorial: Baystate Health, UMass hospital collaboration healthy move for Western Massachusetts

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 29 2013)

      Editorial: Baystate Health, UMass hospital collaboration healthy move for Western Massachusetts

      s partisan clashes in Washington continue over the future of President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, two giant health care providers in Springfield and Worcester are thinking about forming a partnership as a key provision of the Affordable Care Act kicks into gear.  On the eve of Tuesday’s launch of a season of enrollment in Obamacare for millions of Americans who will seek coverage on so-called insurance exchanges, Baystate Health in Springfield and University of Massachusetts Memorial Hospital Health Care in Worcester said they plan to collaborate on specialized medical care, research projects and public health projects ...

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Baystate Health   Springfield

    12. Baystate Health and UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester set to collaborate | masslive

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 27 2013)

      Baystate Health and UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester set to collaborate | masslive

      Baystate Health in Springfield and UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester plan to collaborate on specialized medical care, research projects and public health projects championing better nutrition and combating poor health habits

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Baystate Health   Springfield

    13. EDC and REB Host Health IT Roundtable

      Explore From the EDC (Sep 26 2013)

      EDC and REB Host Health IT Roundtable

      Data and anecdotal evidence support the fact that Health
      IT is a growing sector in the region. Many firms are adding employees and we
      have some exciting new initiatives, highlighted by the recently funded Baystate
      Health IT Center of Excellence.

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      Mentions:   Regional Employment Board of Hampden County Inc.   Baystate Health   Springfield

    14. UMass professor Lisa Chasan-Taber receives $3.2 million in federal grants

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 25 2013)

      UMass professor Lisa Chasan-Taber receives $3.2 million in federal grants

      University of Massachusetts professor Lisa E. Chasan-Taber has received a $3.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health and National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases to use individual coaching and support to help Hispanic women avoid obesity during pregnancy and to develop a healthy, active lifestyle. This is the fourth multimillion-dollar grant the epidemiology professor has received from these agencies to work with Hispanic women, totaling more than $10 million.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Baystate Health   Springfield

    15. Attracting doctors to Western Massachusetts a difficult proposition, survey says | masslive

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 18 2013)

      Attracting doctors to Western Massachusetts a difficult proposition, survey says | masslive

      Seventy-five percent of responding physicians in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties told The Massachusetts Medical Society that the pool of available physicians from which they recruit is inadequate. That makes this the second-most difficult labor market in the state. Half the doctors here said it is difficult to retain staff and 40 percent said it was difficult to fill vacancies.

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      Mentions:   Baystate Health   Springfield   Sisters of Providence Health System

    16. Mercy Medical Center celebrates 20 years of hospitalist program | masslive.com

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      Mercy Medical Center celebrates 20 years of hospitalist program | masslive.com

      Back in 1993, Mercy Medical Center was at the forefront of what has become a trend in hospital medicine --- hiring physicians to be 'hospitalists,' or in-house doctors whose main focus is providing primary care to patients. Mercy’s Internal Medicine Service (MIMS) is celebrating 20 years of its hospitalist program, which has grown from a staff of one to about 20, and was one of the first such programs in the country to provide 24/7 care. Dr. Jon Holbrook was the founder and first medical director of Mercy’s program.

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      Mentions:   Baystate Health

    17. Pioneer Valley hospitals find success with in-house physicians focused on patient's primary care

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      Pioneer Valley hospitals find success with in-house physicians focused on patient's primary care

      There are common themes among the area hospitalist programs, including that all of them provide 24/7 care 365 days a year to patients, and are designed to communicate with the primary care physician throughout the process and in preparation for discharge.

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      Mentions:   Baystate Health   Holyoke Medical Center   Springfield

    18. Baystate Health buys 3400 Main St., Springfield, building

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 9 2013)

      Baystate Health buys 3400 Main St., Springfield, building

      Baystate had been renting the property, said spokeswoman Amy Swisher. It is at the corner of Main Street and Wasson Avenue, and formerly housed the Baystate Comprehensive Breast Center, now called the Baystate Breast & Wellness Center, which relocated to 100 Wasson Ave.

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      Mentions:   Baystate Health   Springfield

    19. Two European Trade Missions to Massachusetts

      Explore From the EDC (Sep 6 2013)

      Two European Trade Missions to Massachusetts

      The first is the
      visit of “Systematic”, the Parisian IT cluster composed of several hundred
      companies, one of the premier clusters in France. Systematic organizes a
      mission to Massachusetts every year. This year’s visit is focused on Big Data,
      but the cluster encompasses many areas of IT, including Health IT where we have
      already established connections to the Springfield Health IT sector.

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      Mentions:   Associated Industries of Massachusetts   Springfield   Michael Graney

    20. Federal Health Care Reform & Your Company

      Explore Informz (Sep 6 2013)

      Federal Health Care Reform & Your Company

      Locations & Times
      Holyoke: Sept. 9 Delaney House
      Taunton: Sept. 11 Taunton Holiday Inn
      Peabody: Sept. 13 Holiday Inn
      Worcester: Sept. 16 UMass Medical School Faculty Conference Room
      Pittsfield: Sept. 17 Berkshire Community College – Boland Theater
      Dedham: Sept. 18 Dedham Holiday Inn
      Hyannis: Sept. 20 Cape Codder

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Associated Industries of Massachusetts   Holyoke

    21. State Streamlines Notices to Employees on Health Exchanges

      Explore AIM Business Insider (Aug 30 2013)

      State Streamlines Notices to Employees on Health Exchanges

      Massachusetts employers now have access to a single template that will ensure compliance with all state and federal health-care reform requirements to tell employees about state health-insurance marketplaces.

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      Mentions:   Associated Industries of Massachusetts

    22. Elms College opening new nursing school

      Explore WWLP 22 News Springfield (Aug 15 2013)

      Elms College opening new nursing school

      Elms College is set to open a new School of Nursing just in time for the 2013-14 academic year.The college announced Thursday that the new school, the first dedicated school at the Chicopee college, will offer bachelors and masters degrees in nursing, and will be housed inside the Center for Natural and Health Sciences.

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      Mentions:   Chicopee   Elms College

    23. Newly graduated doctors continue their journey as residents at Baystate Medical, some of them focused on pediatrics

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      Newly graduated doctors continue their journey as residents at Baystate Medical, some of them focused on pediatrics

      According to Dr. Laura M. Koenigs, program director, pediatrics residency program, she doesn’t expect a doctor fresh out of medical school to be ready to assume total responsibility for a patient.  “These new residents are closely supervised by our staff of fully-licensed attending physicians, and senior residents from our medical staff. Gradually, as they gain additional practice over their three years here, and prepare to go out on their own, they begin to assume more autonomy in their care of patients,” Koenigs said.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Baystate Health   Springfield

    24. Stephen Jendrysik: Origins of Western New England University School of Pharmacy dates to Holyoke drug store in 1927 | masslive.com

      Explore masslive.com (Aug 8 2013)

      Stephen Jendrysik: Origins of Western New England University School of Pharmacy dates to Holyoke drug store in 1927 | masslive.com

      The Hampden College of Pharmacy in 1973 moved back to Holyoke to the former Holyoke Community College science building at 321 Pine St. Four years later, the school merged with Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in Boston, establishing an adjunct campus at what was then Western New England College in Springfield.  In 2011, Western New England University opened its new college of pharmacy.

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