Learn more about the many ways we are transforming the delivery of healthcare to improve the provider experience and patient engagement


Acute Care at Home

Given a choice, most patients would prefer to stay in the comfort of their homes rather than in the hospital. Meeting patients where they are is a guiding principle to us at HTL. New technology and scientific advances have now made delivering hospital level care in the home a reality.   HTL has teamed up with Mass General’s Home Hospital program to help realize this transformation of healthcare for even more patients.

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The Ether Dome Challenge

The Ether Dome Challenge (EDC) is an open innovation challenge designed by HTL in collaboration with Harvard Business School. The goal of the EDC is to engage MGH staff to think of solutions to pain points that they face daily in their work at MGH.

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MGH HTL Applied Research Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation

The MGH HTL Applied Research Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation is a one-year action-learning program that provides a unique opportunity for healthcare professionals interested in hands-on care delivery transformation projects to make an impact on the front lines.

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App Development

HTL has helped develop several smartphone apps apps that assist clinicians with operational processes and clinical protocols.  These apps make it possible for clinicians to manage patients while remaining at the bedside.

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Healthcare Innovation Advising within MGH

Subject matter experts at HTL provide guidance and support on a wide range of internal healthcare delivery system innovation projects.

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Digital Health Start-up Advising

We are doing some pretty cool work at MGH and across the city.  Transforming healthcare delivery demands genuine collaboration.

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The Novelline Innovation Speaker Series

This lecture series highlights leaders in healthcare innovation, design-thinking, and care delivery.  This provides a unique opportunity for forward-thinking members of the MGH community to reflect on their own practices and reinvigorate their passion to improve how they deliver healthcare.  The series is made possible by a generous gift from Bill and Eileen Novelline.

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