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Biotech Leader Dr. Peter Hecht Appointed to Ariadne Labs Advisory Board

BOSTON — Ariadne Labs today announced the appointment of biotech industry leader and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals CEO Dr. Peter Hecht to its Advisory Board. “I’m thrilled to be able to welcome Peter to our advisory board,” said Ariadne Labs Executive Director Dr. Atul Gawande. “Ariadne Labs is a research and innovation center producing insights and tools… Continue reading Biotech Leader Dr. Peter Hecht Appointed to Ariadne Labs Advisory Board

Aug 29 2016
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Ariadne researchers identify barriers preventing primary care clinicians from having serious illness conversations with patients

Primary care clinicians can be well suited to have conversations with seriously ill patients about their goals and values because they are trusted, long-term caregivers. Patients often see multiple clinicians throughout the course of treatment for a serious illness, so the primary care clinicians plays a key role in ensuring patient’s care aligns with patient values.… Continue reading Ariadne researchers identify barriers preventing primary care clinicians from having serious illness conversations with patients

Aug 3 2016
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Frontline Documentary Being Mortal nominated for Emmy Award

The Frontline documentary, Being Mortal, co-written by Dr. Atul Gawande and inspired by his bestselling book, has been nominated for an Emmy Award in Outstanding Informational Programming, Long Form. Three years in the making with Gawande as the correspondent, the PBS documentary explores the themes introduced in his 2014 book Being Mortal, Medicine and What… Continue reading Frontline Documentary Being Mortal nominated for Emmy Award

Jul 27 2016
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What We Need To Know As We Help Our Loved One To Die

Reporter Leah Carey profiles Ariadne Labs’ Dr. Josh Lakin for the Caledonian Record’s series Living with Dying – Click here to read the full article

Jul 25 2016
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Clinicians learn how to talk to patients about what matters most and be change agents for better care

Clinically speaking, the 164 caregivers gathered at the Hynes Convention Center for three days at the end of June was an unusual bunch. Oncologists, nephrologists, palliative care experts, sports medicine doctors, social workers, OB/GYNs, pharmacists, primary care physicians, nurses, chaplains and even one veterinarian, among others, representing 9 countries, 27 states, 80 institutions, and 17… Continue reading Clinicians learn how to talk to patients about what matters most and be change agents for better care

Jul 15 2016