Partners In Health Formalizes Long-Term Commitment to Health Equity Work in United States

Posted on Oct 8, 2021

What began as a time-bound initiative in response to a spiraling public health crisis has now catalyzed a long-term commitment to reimagining community health systems in the U.S. -- a fundamental component of PIH’s global mission to realizing health as a human right.

How a ‘Little’ Modeling Tool Made a Big Difference Building a COVID-19 Response Workforce

Posted on Aug 23, 2021

Dr. John Welch faced a hiring challenge. 

It was April 2020, and the director of Partners In Health’s COVID-19 response in Massachusetts was on a tight deadline to determine how many people would be needed to launch an ambitious, statewide contact tracing workforce to help bring the newly raging pandemic under control. 

Anatomy of a Cape Cod Outbreak: How PIH’s Epidemic Intelligence Unit Supported a Major Public Health Investigation

Posted on Jul 30, 2021

A major COVID-19 cluster in Cape Cod was identified thanks to partnership between Massachusetts health officials and the PIH-supported Epidemic Intelligence Unit, leading to further clarity on the high transmission of the Delta variant and revised CDC guidelines on masking for vaccinated individuals.

Innovative Strategies to Make COVID-19 Vaccinations More Accessible Across U.S.

Posted on Jun 23, 2021

Across the United States, public health workers and community leaders, businesses owners and President Joseph Biden are rolling out innovative strategies to reach the unvaccinated -- and nudge them to roll up their sleeves. PIH is helping them work creatively to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Case Studies: How Connecting People With the Essentials is Crucial to Pandemic Response

Posted on Jun 3, 2021

Care resource specialists have filled a crucial health care gap by ensuring people have the social, material, and other support they need to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, these specialists are also helping those hardest-hit gain greater access to life-saving vaccines.