Health care institutions are using hackathons to tackle challenging and important issues.
The Brigham Research Institute, along with Brigham Innovation Hub, held its "Shark Tank-style" competition where BWH scientists competed for funding for their novel research projects.
BWH’s second annual Clinical Innovation Day brought clinicians, scientists and business leaders together to share ideas for transforming patient care.
Thanks to six innovative teams of clinicians and their care redesign projects, BWH is improving the quality of patient care and enhancing efficiency, while achieving a cost savings of $1.2 million in total medical expense.
Google Glass has become quite the spectacle at BWH.
Laughter. Upset. Suspense. These are the makings of an entertaining television show—or a lively competition held by BWH Innovation Hub.
Six years since its launch, GHDonline continues to improve health care delivery through global collaboration.
Aviation, a medical drama and Bluetooth were just some concepts that found their way into innovative pitches to improve patient care.
Just six months after BWH’s first hackathon, two winning teams have been backed by major incubators.
Partners HealthCare Innovation, formerly known as Partners Research Ventures & Licensing, is introducing a new brand and new name.
BWH’s Charles Vacanti, MD, is the creative force behind one of the Museum of Science’s new exhibit features.
Researchers from BWH, Children’s Hospital and MIT have developed a bio-inspired adhesive that could rapidly attach biodegradable patches inside a beating heart, in the exact place where congenital holes in the heart occur.
The BWH Biomedical Research Institute will award one of three finalists a $100,000 philanthropic prize to support innovative research that is both compelling and promising.
BWH's Biomedical Research Institute invited some of the hospital's many accomplished female physicians and scientists to share a glimpse of their work at a special Sept. 10 Innovation Grand Rounds.
Novel, prize-winning solutions to health care delivery issues emerge from BWH iHub Hackathon.
Mark your calendars to vote for BRIght Futures Prize and attend Second Annual BWH Research Day!
There’s a new home for medical innovation at BWH—iHub.
BWH Clinical & Research News asked BWHers what clinical innovation they would like to see in the future.
In areas where there is such variation in practice, BWH clinicians are turning to SCAMPs as a way to develop guidelines for best practice.
As residents at BWH during a pivotal time for health care redesign and reform, Amol Navathe, MD, PhD, and Sachin Jain, MD, MBA, noticed a gap in available literature on “delivery science.”
BWH donors have provided medical residents with the means to pursue and test innovative projects that produce cost savings and streamline care.
From fashion to snack foods, 3D printing has infiltrated many industries, and medicine is no exception.
Mark Brezinski, MD, PhD, is a major believer in the benefits of optimizing one’s environment when it comes to learning.
The BWH Regenerative Medicine Center conducts a wide array of regenerative medicine research, some of which was showcased at its inaugural symposium on June 11.
Bringing together physicians, scientists, nurses, residents, trainees, administrators and other members of the BWH community, the first annual Clinical Innovation Day was an opportunity for BWH to showcase the many clinical innovations flourishing here at the hospital.
Researchers have transitioned Profile®, one of the nation’s most comprehensive personalized medicine initiatives in cancer.
BWH Clinical & Research News sat down with Drs. Schoen and Vosburgh to get their views on breeding a culture of innovation at BWH.
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