Announcing 2018 PULSE Matches!

Announcing our new PULSE matches of the 2018 startup cohort! This year, we are pleased to be working with three startups working to improve on various areas of care. Our new matches are: Astarte Medical Partners, working with a software solution to revolutionize preterm infant care using quantitative data about gut health for more personalized

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Innovator Spotlight – Areej El-Jawahri, MD

Areej El-Jawahri, MD is an MGH oncologist specializing in the care of patients with hematologic malignancies and a 2017 recipient of the Innovation Pilot Grant through the Medicine Innovation Program (MIP). Co-sponsored by the mLab, Dr. El-Jawahri’s project, Psychological Intervention Application for Acute Myloid Leukemia, incorporates medical education and traditional counseling support services into an

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Oct 25
2017

2017 Connected Health Conference

This week the 2017 Connected Health Conference will bring healthcare and technology leaders together in Boston’s Innovation District for three days of discussion, collaboration, and inspiration on the cutting edge of health technology. From October 25th to 27th, poster sessions, panels and networking provide a great chance for providers, business leaders and researchers to delve into

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Applications Open! MGH HTL Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation

Overview The Healthcare Transformation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital is pleased to announce the second year of the MGH HTL Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation.  This one year action-learning program, made possible by a generous grant from the Aetna Foundation, provides a unique opportunity for healthcare professionals interested in hands-on care delivery transformation projects to make

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PULSE Applications Open for 2018

Are you an entrepreneur working to solve healthcare’s greatest challenges? Applications are now open for the PULSE@MassChallenge 2018 Digital Health Lab! Startups from a wide variety of healthcare innovation topics including chronic disease management, machine learning, and patient engagement are welcome to apply. At PULSE’s application launch, Program Director Nick Dougherty emphasized the program’s mission

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Innovator Spotlight – Shaan-Chirag Gandhi, MD

Shaan Chirag-Gandhi is an internist at MGH and a winner of the Year 2 Ether Dome Challenge for SmartRx, an automated natural language processing-based software platform. Dr. Ghandi co-developed the project with MGH cardiologist Dr. Maulik Majmudar, who also serves as Associate Director of the HTL and co-founder of health technology startup Quanttus. The project

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Call for Submissions! Philips Wearables Challenge 

The Philips Wearables Challenge is a call for novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration in order to prevent hospital readmission and escalation in care throughout the patient journey. What cutting edge technologies and systems — wireless wearable sensors, connected devices, continuous, real-time monitoring, data analytics, etc. — can be deployed to facilitate early, appropriate

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Announcing our Co.Create Year 3 Winners!

The Healthcare Transformation Lab is pleased to announce the winners this year’s Co. Create program. Three student-innovator groups were selected from 19 applicants and will receive funding and mentorship to develop their ideas in concert with clinical needs and help their potentially revolutionary ideas become reality. This year’s winners, Mobiosense, Pine Health and Rendever, each

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Announcing our Inaugural MGH HTL Fellows in Healthcare Innovation!

The Healthcare Transformation Lab is pleased to announce the inaugural year of the MGH HTL Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation, made possible by generous support from the Aetna Foundation. This year’s fellows are Dr. Jocelyn Carter, MD, MPH and Dr. Yanik J. Bababekov, MD, MPH. A practicing internal medicine hospitalist at MGH, Dr. Carter has experience

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PULSE Finale Recap

The Pulse@MassChallenge startup incubator operates much like any other startup accelerator. But the differences are key — the program, part of a public-private partnership with the Commonweatlh of Massachusetts, takes no equity in the startups and doesn’t accept startups unless a major healthcare stakeholder wants to work with them as a “champion” in a relationship

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