| Posted On Dec 01, 2021 | By:

Health Equity Hackathon Engages Community and Inspires Actionable Solutions

November 12-14, Atrius Health, MIT Hacking Racism, and Race to Better Health (RBH) hosted the Engineering Health Equity Hackathon to innovate multi-disciplinary and actionable solutions to health disparities within Atrius Health’s patient population as well as the broader healthcare community.

The hackathon brought together individuals from all backgrounds, including healthcare providers, data scientists, entrepreneurs, and health policy, management, and HR professionals.

Leaders from the three collaborating organizations kicked off the hackathon on Friday,

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| Posted On Oct 14, 2021 | By:

Join Atrius Health to Advance Health Equity

On November 12-14, 2021 Race to Better Health (RBH), MIT Hacking Racism, and Atrius Health will host the Engineering Health Equity Hackathon. This unique collaborative virtual event that seeks to address ambitious health equity goals within the Atrius Health system.

The hackathon provides an opportunity for participants to develop practical, durable solutions for improving clinical care by addressing social determinants of health and other root causes of disparities.

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| Posted On Jul 08, 2019 | By:

Understanding How Environment Affects Health

Most of us know that we need to eat healthy foods, get regular exercise, get adequate sleep, and manage stress to stay healthy. But did you know that where you live, work, learn, and play can have just as much impact on your and your child’s health?

Understanding Social Determinants of Health

Social determinants of health are conditions in the environments where people are born, live, learn, work, play,

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| Posted On Jul 01, 2019 | By:

Atrius Health Supports Single Application for Core Benefits

Atrius Health recently provided testimony to the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing in support ofAn Act Improving Public Health through a Common Application for Core Food, Health and Safety-net Programs.” The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Gap bill, HB1173 and SB678, would create a common application to allow low-income households to apply for MassHealth, SNAP, and state-administered safety net programs all at the same time.

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