Ask the Experts: Is Innovating Within an Academic Medical Center Really Possible?

Ask the Experts: Is Innovating Within an Academic Medical Center Really Possible? »

At MedTech Boston, we spend a lot of time thinking - and writing - about the best places for healthcare innovation to occur. Is it within the private sector? Maybe inside an incubator that's funded by a larger organization? Or perhaps healthcare innovation is best catalyzed within an academic medical center. Innovators tend to disagree…
Naomi Fried On Leaving Boston Children’s, Joining Biogen Idec & Digital Health Opportunities

Naomi Fried On Leaving Boston Children’s, Joining Biogen Idec & Digital Health Opportunities »

6 Feb, 2015
People
Naomi Fried, PhD, Boston Children’s Hospital's former Chief Innovation Officer, recently announced her decision to step down from the position, joining Biogen Idec as their Vice President of Medical Information, Innovation and External Partnerships. Fried worked as Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Boston Children’s for 4.5 years, breaking new ground as the first CIO of…
Telehealth: Doc, treat me like Neil Armstrong!

Telehealth: Doc, treat me like Neil Armstrong! »

30 May, 2014
MedTech Features
Is connected and telehealth going to be "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind?" Joe Ternello, President of Kinematix, and Naomi Fried, Chief Innovation Officer of Boston Children's Hospital This morning at MassMEDIC's (Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council) "Connected Health--Trends, Regulations, and Payment," Joe Ternello, President of Kinematix,…
Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity

Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity »

4 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

During Friday’s lunch hour, innovators swarmed the Ender’s Building of Boston Children’s Hospital, offering demonstrations of medical devices, data solutions and wearable technologies.

Two Socially Conscious Entrepreneurs, Pediatrician Andrey Ostrovsky and Fashion Entrepreneur Greg Selkoe of Karmaloop.com, work together to teach young kids to code

Two Socially Conscious Entrepreneurs, Pediatrician Andrey Ostrovsky and Fashion Entrepreneur Greg Selkoe of Karmaloop.com, work together to teach young kids to code »

30 Jan, 2014
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Andrey Ostrovsky arrived at the interview after biking through the snow, wearing his yellow rain gear on top of his scrubs, on his way to work. Greg Selkoe, CEO of Karmaloop, at the Headquarters on Boylston Street What do Verge generation fashion mogul Greg Selko and pediatrician…

Boston Children’s Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon Winners-RightByte takes first! »

20 Oct, 2013
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Today was an exciting culmination of months of hard work for the Hacking Pediatrics and MIT Hacking Medicine.  Over the course of a weekend, physicians, nurses, clinicians, dietitians, entrepreneurs, business people, engineers, and coders were all thrown together to make pediatric medicine better.  It was exciting and exhausting.  But creative and effective solutions were born. Naomi…
Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor

Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon – Dr. Michael Docktor »

1 Oct, 2013
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Dr. Michael Docktor (yes, his name is Dr. Docktor), age 35, sits down with us to talk about the 2013 Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon. Dr. Docktor is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, the Director of Clinical Mobile Solutions, and the physician lead of the Hacking Pediatrics Executive Team. This will be Boston Children’s Hospital first ever hackathon…

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