This agreement sets us on a clear path for achieving Brown’s goals of a partnership that will enhance the quality of clinical care, generate biomedical research that improves population health and fuel economic development in Rhode Island.
– Brown President Christina Paxson
Partners HealthCare, Care New England Health System, and Brown University have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to formalize a joint commitment to providing the highest quality of patient care, physician training and biomedical innovation to Rhode Island. According to the press announcement,
The MOU signed by the three organizations follows the announcement in May of a definitive agreement formalizing Partners’ planned acquisition of CNE, and aligns the shared vision of all three organizations to benefit the communities of Rhode Island.
It establishes Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School as the primary academic research and teaching institution of record for Partners-CNE in Rhode Island.
Brown University designed the Executive Master in Healthcare Leadership program to empower professionals to drive transformative change in a rapidly changing industry – to forge the type of new partnerships evidenced by this announcement and to make the triple aim a reality.