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Norm Deschene calls it filling “white space.”  “Our goal is to eliminate the amount of excess time patients spend accessing their care,” the President and CEO of Circle Health says. “We want our patients to feel their care is connected — to ensure that patients get seamless care.”
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton and Norwood Hospital, both members of the Steward Health Care family of hospitals, are now using breast tomosynthesis technology, which offers more accurate detection of breast cancer in certain types of patients.
Clinical documentation is often in physicians’ blind spots until an insurance audit leaves them in shock, with bank account balances significantly lower.
Surgeons at Lowell General Hospital’s Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery have harnessed leading-edge technologies to perform advanced techniques that improve patient outcomes, allowing area residents to receive state-of-the-art care locally.
Vascular and spinal surgeries highlight improvements in surgical offerings under Steward Health Care’s umbrella.