In collaboration with several stakeholders, the MGH Healthcare Transformation Lab (HTL) has created the MGH STAT app to assist front-line clinicians in caring for MGH patients with life-threatening conditions. Clinicians can use this digital health tool to help navigate MGH-specific clinical protocols and respond most efficiently to such emergencies. All algorithms and protocols for inpatient
Hi: How Can You And Harvard Innovation Labs Help Transform Healthcare? The healthcare space presents a unique set of challenges to entrepreneurs pursuing medical innovations that improve both patient and economic outcomes. The most impactful innovations in healthcare often trace their roots back to the identification of a clinical pain point resulting in a solution
As a surgical resident at MGH, Dr. Yanik Bababekov had a lot of questions about the organ transplant process, which was at the time relegated to an often outdated communal spreadsheet, making it difficult to keep track of the specifics. He couldn’t help but wonder, what if there was a tool that could help providers
In just four short years, HTL has changed the culture of innovation at MassGeneral, engaged frontline healthcare providers in multiple departments and centers, solved patient care challenges through the introduction of mobile applications and process changes, successfully piloted technologies that have now scaled across the hospital and broader Partners Healthcare network, and connected MassGeneral innovators
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Jocelyn Carter, MD, MPH, is an internal medicine hospitalist at MGH. Dr. Carter was chosen to be one of two 2017-2018 HTL Healthcare Innovation fellows sponsored by the Aetna Foundation. For this 12-month fellowship, Dr. Carter worked on researching and developing an initiative to improve the healthcare of MGH patients and ultimately lower their risk
We’re very proud of all that our Healthcare Transformation Lab has accomplished in its third year and we’re eager to expand our efforts in the years ahead. View our 2017 Year In Review report to see what we’ve been up to!
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The Healthcare Transformation Lab is pleased to announce the second year of the MGH HTL Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation, made possible by generous support from the Aetna Foundation. This year’s fellows are Dr. Numa Pompillo Perez, MD and Dr. Konstantin Stojanovic, MD. Dr. Konstantin Stojanovic is a neurology resident at MGH. He has a strong interest