State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg said equal pay is an economic issue that affects the state and the country during a discussion of wage equality Sept. 17 at UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division. The Telegram & Gazette and Charter TV3 reported on the roundtable
A survey conducted by UMass Medical School finds customer satisfaction with the Vermont Health Connect insurance exchange varies from satisfaction with navigators to disappointment over out-of-pocket costs, according to stories by Vermont Public Radio and VTDigger.org.
Jean A. Frazier, MD, director of UMass Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center and a leader in child and adolescent psychiatry, will speak at the 2nd Annual Central Massachusetts Autism Summit, which will be hosted by HMEA Inc. Sept. 22 at Assumption College.
A study that found a gluten-free, casein-free diet doesn’t appear to improve behaviors or symptoms of autism needs to be done with a larger group to be certain the diet isn’t effective in children with autism, a UMass Medical School professor told The Wall Street Journal.
A UMass Medical School pharmacy expert will present on proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) inhibitors and their potential use for managing cholesterol at Asembia's 2016 Armada Specialty Pharmacy Summit May 2-6 in Las Vegas.
UMass Medical School has been awarded a contract to improve evaluations of six youth health careers pipeline programs offered by the Connecticut Area Health Education Center (CT AHEC) Network, associated with the UConn School of Medicine.
The National Quality Forum (NQF) has appointed Jill Morrow-Gorton, MD, MBA, a senior medical director in UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division, to its Pediatric Performance Measures Standing Committee.
A UMass Medical School health care expert will discuss university-state projects that improve Medicaid services in a webinar hosted by Public University Medicaid Partnerships April 20.
The Autism Insurance Resource Center at UMass Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center has honored three individuals for their leadership, dedication and commitment to helping those in the autism community.
About 250 medical interpreters from throughout New England will learn about the latest advances in the field during the 10th annual Paving the Way to Health Care Access conference, co-sponsored by MassHealth and UMass Medical School.