• mass general brigham Jan 31

    COVID-19 Testing Vans Take to Streets of Hardest Hit Communities in Mass.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has hit some communities in Massachusetts harder than others, and access to testing hasn’t always been easy. Now, new mobile testing vans are hoping to change that. “By meeting our patients where they are at, we’re able to work towards decreasing testing hesitancy,” said Dr. Priya Sarin Gupta, a physician at Mass General Hospital. Mass General...

  • Massachusetts Jan 31

    New Mobile Testing Van on the Road in Chelsea

    Mass. General Brigham has launched a fleet of community health vans that not only offer free COVID testing, but also care kits as well as information on how to stop the spread.

  • brigham and women's hospital Jan 5

    Brigham and Women's Hospital CEO to Step Down

    Dr. Betsy Nabel will depart from Brigham and Women’s Hospital after 11 years as CEO to take a job at a biotech company. The hospital said that Nabel will depart March 1 to work with her husband, Dr. Gary Nabel, who left a job at Sanofi to launch his own biotech company. Brigham’s parent company, Mass General Brigham, said it…

  • mass general brigham Dec 11, 2020

    Mass General Brigham Reports $351M Loss, Its Largest Ever

    With a second surge underway, Mass General Brigham closed the 12-month period that ended in September with a $351 million operating loss — one of the worst in its 26-year history. Fiscal 2020’s losses work out to a negative 2.5% operating margin. The decrease is the largest in the hospital’s 26-year history, and nearly erases the gains the health system…

  • coronavirus Jun 18, 2020

    Mass. General Brigham Cuts Pay, Benefits Amid Pandemic

    Mass General Brigham, formerly Partners HealthCare, is cutting executive pay and benefits as they project $2 billion in losses by the end of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Through May, the company has lost approximately $800 million in patient service revenue, according to a spokesperson. To address the loss, Mass General Brigham is reducing executive and senior leadership…

  • Boston Business Journal May 16, 2020

    Mass General Brigham to Lose $400M a Month From COVID-19

    Mass General Brigham expects to lose $400M per month due to the coronavirus shutdown. The health network’s CFO said even in the first quarter, which included just the start of the pandemic, the system suffered a massive operating loss. It expects to lose $400 million a month for the coming quarter. The system formerly known as Partners HealthCare reported a…

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