Another organization we honored at our “Small & Mighty” celebration was the Young Entrepreneurs Project (YEP), a Boston public school-based program that addresses career-readiness. Caitlin Howe accepted our award for YEP, and while not directly involved with YEP, she speaks highly of its positive impact on the well-being of young people. It was also fascinating to learn from her that Boston public schools have several initiatives around student health.

One organization UbiCare honored at our recent “Small & Mighty” celebration was Artists for Humanity (AFH), which helps underserved youth develop their artistic skills through paid employment in the arts. We spoke with Jason Talbot, Special Projects Director and Video Mentor for AFH. Read on to learn about this incredible organization.

We all know how much pressure hospitals are under to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. One solution may be to improve the connection that hospitals have with their patients. Our latest white paper is all about what it takes to implement an engaging e-communications program and the litany of benefits this kind of program can provide, including significant cost savings, a boost in HCAHPS scores and enhanced staff productivity.

Are you still using Survey Monkey to query your patients on important issues? Here are two reasons to reconsider that approach:

This is a city of innovation, of the best of the best. We’re so thankful for the talented physicians, courageous first responders, and kind citizens who aided the victims. From all of us at UbiCare, our heartfelt thanks. Your efforts are incomparable and we’re proud to call the same city our home.

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