In the 15 years since its inception, UHealthSolutions, the nonprofit business affiliate of UMass Medical School, has grown from managing the Massachusetts pharmaceutical assistance program to delivering high-performance, customized health care solutions to a variety of clients nationwide.
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The Children’s High-Risk Asthma Bundled Payment demonstration, a partnership between UMass Medical School and MassHealth, the state Medicaid program, is featured in a Brookings Institution case study on pediatric asthma payment reform.
Melody Rush, a lab technician in UMass Medical School’s New England Newborn Screening Program, was honored as an Unsung Heroine in a packed Statehouse ceremony June 17 for braving a blizzard to pick up a newborn baby’s blood sample and helping save her life.
Melody Rush, a lab technician in UMass Medical School’s New England Newborn Screening Program, said during an episode on The Weather Channel that she didn’t expect to feel so much fear when she ventured out in a blizzard to pick up a newborn baby’s blood sample, which helped save the infant’s life.
Gov. Charlie Baker named Paul L. Jeffrey, PharmD, a pharmacy director in UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division, to serve on the Massachusetts Opioid Drug Formulary Commission. Its members are charged with assessing the safety of powerful prescription pain medications amid a national abuse and overdose epidemic.
The Children’s High-Risk Asthma Bundled Payment demonstration, a partnership between UMass Medical School and MassHealth, the state Medicaid program, is featured in a Center for Health Care Strategies brief about innovative models that include support services.
UMass Medical School's Commonwealth Medicine division is working to create better care models, Executive Vice Chancellor Joyce A. Murphy writes in a column for Health, a quarterly published by the Worcester Business Journal.
Today the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services announced the launch of MassOptions – a 7-day a week, free service aimed at simplifying access to long-term services and supports for the elderly, individuals with disabilities and their caregivers throughout the Commonwealth.
To Juliana Salvi’s parents, it’s fitting that her first birthday follows a snowstorm. The little girl was born during the January 2015 blizzard. Staff from UMass Medical School's New England Newborn Screening Program, who did not let the historic snowfall delay testing, have been credited with saving her life.