Posts tagged Adam Landman
HUBWeek Recap: What Does the Future of HealthTech Look Like?

In the “Future of HealthTech” talk included leaders Josie Elias, Program Manager of the Digital Health Innovation Group at Brigham and Women’s Digital Innovation HubAdam Landman, CIO at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Brad Diephius, CEO of Herald Health.

During this fireside, the panelists shared their story of a successful partnership between Herald Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Brad Diephius shared his insights on partnering with a large healthcare stakeholder, which resulted in impacting the “data overload” problem in health.

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Getting Back to Face Time: AI Tools that Help Reduce Physicians’ Computer Use

Just as computers have propelled major advances in modern medicine, their presence has also become a significant burden. That’s because the amount of time physicians now spend on the computer — reviewing clinical data and completing required documentation in electronic health records (EHRs) — has soared. It is estimated that physicians spend roughly half of their day on documentation and less than a third with their patients. Put another way, for each hour of face-to-face interaction with patients, physicians log almost two hours on administrative computer tasks. Moreover, many physicians spend time at home, typically one to two hours each night, to stay abreast of their computer work.

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iHubAI, Physician Burnout, Adam Landman
Running and Championing Digital Health Accelerators

Some of you will know that HealthXL started life as an accelerator of early stage digital health companies. It was the hardest thing we have ever done and hats off to those to continue down this road. We changed course almost 5 years ago as we recognised the major challenges associated with the long term sustainability of the accelerator model in healthcare. Today, our clients are leading global healthcare and life-science firms who are looking for innovation. And it is interesting to see many of them launching or running accelerators in search of innovation.  Are they right ? Will there be success where we (HealthXL) failed?

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BWH Looks to Solve Critical Challenges with Startup Partnerships

On Thursday, September 28, Brigham and Women’s Innovation Hub (iHub) speaker series met at the hospital’s building of Transformative Medicine to discuss their digital health innovation, both internally and with local-area startups. Speaker Adam Landman, Chief Information Officer of the BWH, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and attending emergency physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, had an open discussion with Laurance Stuntz, the Director of the Massachusetts eHealth Institute at MassTech, or MeHI. They discussed the current climate for health care startups collaborating with major academic medical centers like BWH.

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The Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Innovation Hub and Hackathon: Interview with Dr. Adam Landman, Officer for Health Information, Innovation and Integration

Health information technology and applications are being developed very quickly these days. Large academic hospitals in Boston have taken notice, and are developing their own systems to promote innovation in medicine and healthcare today. Most recently, Brigham and Women’s Hospital has launched its very own Innovation Hub (iHub). As a launch of the BWH iHub, BWH in conjunction with MIT H@cking Medicine hosted their first hackathon the weekend of September 20-22, 2013.

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