Jenny Fernandez is co-founder of Felix, a healthcare content agency based in Boston.
The program busts myths that dialysis can only be done in large homes. At BMC, 20% of kidney disease patients are on home dialysis—much higher than the national average of 13%.
Innovative Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring Program Significantly Drops Rate of Severe Hypertension Postpartum
With glaring racial disparities in maternal mortality, a program that could begin to bridge gaps in postpartum care was desperately needed.
Compassionate, culturally competent care for preventing HIV reduces infection rates in marginalized communities.
'Good Grief' Program provides therapeutic care to youth facing a significant loss and don't have access to this type of treatment anywhere else.
What is Spiritual Distress? Once Identified, Chaplaincy Could Be a Bridge to Mental Health Treatment
Integrating spiritual care into primary care addresses spiritual distress in immigrant and refugee patients, study finds.
Community Insights Survey Debunks Three Misconceptions About Immigrant and Refugee Health Care Engagement
The Immigrant & Refugee Health Canter, the Immigrant Task Force, and NRC Health team up to survey BMC who were patients born outside the U.S.
How BMC is addressing the gap of living donor kidney transplantation amongst Black Americans.
Black women have a higher risk of MS than white women, while Latinx and Asians are less likely to develop the disease.
A community tasked with serving the underserved will draw on existing strengths to protect their guests from the coronavirus, but experts call for more hands on deck.
The president of the largest homeless shelter in Boston describes the challenges homeless services providers are facing during this pandemic and how they're facing them head-on.