MGH Hotline for Friday, June 13, 2014

  • Every second counts

    When it comes to treating stroke patients, every second counts.
  • Swap it out

    The MGH Office Supply Swap and Recycle Event on June 2 was a treasure trove of treats, with departments swapping more than $16,000 worth of new and unused office supplies.
  • Nesson Awards honor MGH projects and programs

    Named in honor of the Partners HealthCare System’s first CEO, the H. Richard Nesson awards are given annually to Partners clinicians and their teams whose work exemplifies Nesson’s commitment to improving care.
  • Language of success

    On May 30, 131 MGH employees — representing 30 countries and 14 different languages — were recognized at the Workplace Education Program’s 19th annual Celebration of Achievement.
  • Partners eCare Revenue Cycle countdown

    In less than one month, the MGH will launch the first phase of Partners eCare, the Revenue Cycle, which will impact registration, scheduling, admissions, coding and billing.
  • Journey of discovery

    Some virtuosos play the piano to perfection, others paint like Picasso, but for MGH physician-researchers, talent lies in the art of discovery.
  • Guiney named the Paul Dudley White, MD, Distinguished Service Chair in Cardiology

    Timothy Guiney, MD, of the MGH Cardiology Division, is the first incumbent of the Paul Dudley White, MD, Distinguished Service Chair in Cardiology.
  • The art of comfort

    On May 22, Robert Martuza, MD, chief of MGH Neurosurgery Service and director of the Stephen E. and Catherine Pappas Center for Neuro-Oncology, unveiled his 800-pound black marble sculpture featuring a woman with a black and white quilt flowing from her heart.
  • What's Happening: June 13, 2014

    What's Happening: June 13, 2014

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