MIT Medical proposes community care model


MIT Medical is proposing the establishment of a new Community Care Center that would lead to significant improvements in patient care by better utilizing our health care resources.

This proposal would involve a transition from MIT Medical’s current model of providing on-site overnight urgent and inpatient care to a major expansion and enhancement of our care management program, with a focus on coordinating on-campus and community resources to ensure that patients receive the care they need from hospital or doctor’s office to dorm or home.

MIT Medical's leadership has met and will continue to meet with numerous faculty and student groups around MIT to explain the proposal and get feedback. If you’d like to suggest that the leadership meet with a certain group, please use this form. MIT Medical also welcomes your comments and opinions (anonymous if desired) via that same form.

To read more about the proposal, visit the MIT medical web site.


Topics: Community, Faculty, Health, MIT Administration, MIT Medical, Staff, Students

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