Below are other organizations and associations conducting research that are available to support clinicians and patients during various medical communication scenarios.
The CRICO insurance program is a group of companies owned by and serving the Harvard medical community, with an established reputation as a leader in evidence-based risk and claims management.
The Betsy Lehman Center is a state agency that uses communications and research to catalyze the efforts of providers, policymakers, and consumers working toward safer health care in Massachusetts.
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation sustains the commitment of healthcare professionals to provide compassionate, collaborative and scientifically excellent patient care.
The Harvard Macy Institute inspires and promotes real organizational change across the continuum of health science education by delivering continuing healthcare education programs to initiate organization-wide improvements.
The Academy for Communication in Healthcare is an organization for researchers, educators, practitioners, and patients committed to improving communication and relationships in healthcare.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) is a federal agency committed to improving the quality and effectiveness of healthcare services
The Massachusetts Alliance for Communication and Resolution (MACRMI) is committed to the implementation of Communication, Apology, and Resolution (CARe) following medical injury.