Mass General Brigham has launched new programs to support patients with limited access to technology and digital care. The programs, piloted this spring as part of the Mass General Brigham United Against Racism initiative, are bringing digital resources directly to patients in high-risk communities. The programs focus on a three-tiered approach—providing patients access to physical devices like tablet computers, software technologies like web access and digital tools, and digital literacy training.
Mass General Brigham (MGB) has launched a campaign to collect more accurate and complete demographic data from its more than one million adult primary care patients. Continue reading to learn how this data drives MGB's commitment to improving access to healthcare programs and services.