Google Glass in the NICU: Stephanie Shine’s Medical Mission

Google Glass in the NICU: Stephanie Shine’s Medical Mission »

18 Aug, 2014
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Google Glass could allow parents to track their NICU babies' progress from afar, lowering depression and anxiety. Photo via NICU Wiki. When Stephanie Shine, a Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) nurse, delivered her son Samuel 3.5 months before his intended due date, he weighed 1 pound, 2 ounces. She delivered him…
Q&A: Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth President & Author

Q&A: Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth President & Author »

Jonathan Bush, author of "Where Does It Hurt?" Photo provided by Bush. Jonathan Bush is the Chief Executive, President and Chairman of athenahealth, a healthcare information technology company. He recently stepped into the limelight by publishing a book titled Where Does it Hurt?: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Fixing Health Care, and…
Population Medicine: The Future of American Healthcare?

Population Medicine: The Future of American Healthcare? »

Dr. Paul George is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University (AMS). He's also the Director of AMS' Primary Care-Population Medicine Program, a new combined MD-ScM program in which students earn a medical degree and a Master's of Science degree in Population Medicine. We first met Dr.…
Women in MedTech: Andrea Ippolito of MIT’s Hacking Medicine

Women in MedTech: Andrea Ippolito of MIT’s Hacking Medicine »

Ippolito speaks to an audience at the March 2014 Healthcare Grand Hackfest. Photo by Lina Collucci. Andrea Ippolito is embedded deeply in the healthcare ecosystem. While pursuing her Ph.D. in the Engineering Systems division at MIT, she also co-leads MIT’s Hacking Medicine, an organization created to energize and connect the best minds…
Q&A: Code Black Director Ryan McGarry

Q&A: Code Black Director Ryan McGarry »

30 Jul, 2014
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Code Black follows doctors-in-training at Los Angeles County Hospital's ER. For the next ten days, you can get an inside look at America's busiest Emergency Department by checking out Code Black, a new documentary playing at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. The film follows a team of doctors-in-training working in Los Angeles…

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