The Union Square medical office was recognized by The Primary Care Team: Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices (the LEAP Project), according to the Cambridge Health Alliance.
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Sunday, December 2, 2012
The following was sent by Cambridge Health Alliance: Cambridge Health Alliance’s Union Square Family Health Center Earns National Recognition Somerville, Mass. — Cambridge Health Alliance’s Union Square Family Health Center has been identified as an “exemplar practice” by a new national program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation called The Primary Care Team: Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices (the LEAP Project). Union Square Family Health, located at 337 Somerville Ave. in Somerville, is one of up to 30 sites across the country selected for this distinction, chosen from hundreds of practices that were nominated by primary care experts and rated by a national advisory committee. The goal of the LEAP Project is to …
People are reacting around the country to Thursday's Supreme Court ruling about President Obama's health care reform. What do you think?
The Supreme Court issued a ruling Thursday upholding the health care overhaul that was a centerpiece of President Obama's first term in office. Media outlets, politicians, pundits and voters around the country are abuzz with thoughts and opinions about the decision, even as people work to figure out the details, nuances and implications of the ruling. Here in Somerville, the initial reaction seems positive. On the Somerville Patch Facebook page, one reader wrote, "I'm celebrating!" Another said, "SO awesome! Maybe money can't buy the SCOTUS after all?" Another, Kerrie O'Connell Callahan, had this to say: "Well, here in MA nothing changes. It isn't mandated to have insurance but like MA, if you do not have it, you'll be taxed. I really am …