We have an ambitious plan to protect and preserve compassionate care for patients and families by expanding our programs and making compassionate care a national healthcare priority. The Campaign for Compassionate Healthcare will raise $5 million to fund our vision.
Our signature program provides a regular opportunity for clinical caregivers from multiple disciplines to discuss the human aspects of healthcare.
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This program teaches clinical caregivers the skills to address the existential, spiritual and religious concerns of patients and families.
Each year the Schwartz Center brings together clinicians, healthcare leaders and other stakeholders to discuss issues related to advancing our mission.
The award is one of the most prestigious honors in New England.
The Center’s newest program is designed to prevent medical errors by improving communication among primary care clinicians and specialists.
The Schwartz Center provides funding for innovative programs to improve the patient-caregiver relationship.