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MaineHealth signals capacity challenges for health care system likely to continue in the months ahead
Long term trends in the labor market and a surge in demand are making it hard for health care organizations to meet a growing demand for care.
Van Andel Institute, Maine Medical Center Research Institute scientists earn $9.6 million Transformative Research Award from National Institutes of Health
Van Andel Institute’s J. Andrew Pospisilik, Ph.D., and Maine Medical Center Research Institute’s Joseph Nadeau, Ph.D., have earned a five-year, $9.6 million Transformative Research Award from the National Institutes of Health.
Public invited to discuss Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment
Stakeholders from across Maine are invited to share their priorities for community health needs with the region’s health care organizations during a series of forums beginning next week.
MaineHealth awarded nearly $1M by National Institutes of Health to study COVID-19 testing in higher risk communities
The Maine Medical Center Research Institute study will focus on how to improve access and use of COVID-19 tests in vulnerable communities.