Ms. Marsa won't be here this week, but there will be a lot of talk on climate change. Monday Noon. "Methane: A Uniquely Difficult Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Problem." Robert Kleinberg. HKS: Bell Hall, Belfer Building. Details. Tuesday 1p. "Climate Change, Air Quality, and Human Health." Patrick Kinney. Harvard Global Health Institute, 42 Church St., Cambridge. Details, RSVP. … Continue reading Boston events, week of 3/19/18: Will climate change kill us? Find out this week.
Get out of the heat and learn about ancient DNA, cancer prevention and "how automated microscopes and advanced software may transform the drug discovery pipeline by providing new and more rapid insights into cellular biology." Midsummer Night's Science, which starts on Jule 12, is a summer treat -- insightful talks, AC and food at the … Continue reading Coming up: Midsummer Nights’ Science at the Broad Institute
Two local bloggers contribute to the new edition of Health Wonk Review, a bi-weekly digest of health policy posts. HealthBlawg offers a wrap-up post on the health information technology and health care policy conference in DC earlier this month. The Datapaloozers are looking at data streams from the government and beyond in an effort to manage the health … Continue reading The importance of the hospital patient survey and more policy news
Meet the #MAHPC team: http://pic.twitter.com/ub0YukuYHealth Care For AllFri, Nov 16 2012 06:48:10ReplyRetweetFavoriteMore about the chairman. Altman to head Mass health costs board.Brandeis professor and long-time health policy player, Stuart Altman, will chair the state's new health care costs board.Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google Share on LinkedinShare by emailtinkerrr0 likes · 0 commentsCost commission begins work to … Continue reading #mahealthcarecosts: Massachusetts commission meets
So far, the "The Huffington Post" series on health information technology has pointed out some serious problems and potential complications -- including a tech industry feeding frenzy and medical errors linked to computer or data entry glitches. Their most recent piece focuses on the upside -- improving care. And, it offers a clear-eyed overview of intended benefits and the barriers … Continue reading HIT: Gearing up for computerized health care
Boston Health News is trying a new platform -- NewsTilt -- for some stories. Click here for a full story on the Tea Party Rally in Boston or check out yesterday's photo post. And Health Blawg hosts the current issue of the Health Wonk Review, complete with a tax day theme and an excellent link to Stevie … Continue reading More Boston tea party plus best of the health policy blogs
The Commonwealth is getting serious about health care costs. Increases are unrelenting and over the top. In Massachusetts, health costs are rising at three times the rate of wages, according to testimony below. Rising prices are eating away at company profits, family savings, worker’s wages and public health programs. Studies, bills, hearings. Will we get … Continue reading BHN Report: Massachusetts health costs hearings