Landman Named Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Mass General Brigham

Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS, has been named chief information officer and senior vice president of Digital for Mass General Brigham.

In this role, Landman will leverage his expertise in health information technology and digital health design, development and implementation to ensure the highest level of digital access and service across our system. A key area of focus for Landman will be on digital innovation, beginning with a system of governance for internal and external emerging technologies, allowing us to quickly evaluate the value for our patients, care teams, researchers and employees, and implement promising solutions at scale.

Since November 2021, Landman has served as interim chief information officer for Mass General Brigham, leading technology solution delivery and support across all Mass General Brigham hospitals and practices. He will continue to partner closely with cross-functional teams to understand their future clinical and business needs, establish a rigorous approach to technology acquisition that aligns with our enterprise architecture and optimize technology adoption and use.

Landman has held progressive leadership roles in technology at the Brigham over the past 12 years, including chief information officer, chief medical information officer for health information innovation and integration and emergency department director of clinical informatics. He is an associate professor of emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School and has served as an attending emergency physician at the Brigham since 2010.

Fiumara Promote to Vice President of Patient Safety

Karen Fiumara, PharmD, BCPS, CPPS, has been promoted to Vice President of Patient Safety in the Department of Quality and Safety. Karen has been with the Brigham family for nearly two decades, taking on roles of increasing responsibility during that time. A strategic, thoughtful and compassionate leader, Karen has made incredible contributions to our patient safety programs.

Inder to Depart for Children’s Hospital Orange County

Terrie Inder, MD, MBChB, chair of the Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, will step down in late August to pursue a new opportunity as director and chair of Neonatology Research at Children’s Hospital Orange County.

Inder joined the Brigham in 2013 as the first chair of the department and the first female chair at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. A strategic and inclusive leader, Inder was recruited to build the department and through her collaborative and multidisciplinary approach. Since then, she has established it as a regional and national leader in clinical and academic excellence.

During her time as chair, the department has grown physically, clinically and academically. Under her leadership, the Brigham built and opened a state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with single-family rooms and a first-of-its-kind, dedicated MRI system that expanded neurocritical care for babies in the hospital’s care. Numerous clinical programs have been established, including a new Growth and Development Unit, an innovative parent mental health program, the only NICU-focused music therapy program in the region, a transition-to-home program and a follow-up clinic to care for NICU graduates as they grow older.

Helen Christou, MD, who currently serves as vice chair, will assume the position of interim chair of the department following Inder’s departure.

Laskowski to Join Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts

Karl Laskowski, MD, MBA, associate chief medical officer (ACMO) responsible for clinical leadership of the ambulatory enterprise at the Brigham, has taken a new role as vice president of clinical programs and strategy at Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts. His last day as ACMO will be June 17. He will continue to have an active general internal medicine practice at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital.

Laskowski began his career at the Brigham as a resident in Internal Medicine in 2008. Upon completing his residency and a management fellowship at Harvard Business School, Laskowski joined the BWPO. Over the span of the next several years, he led various initiatives in quality improvement, care redesign and innovation. Since 2019, Laskowski has been the Brigham’s clinical leader across ambulatory operations, joining the Office of the CMO in his current role in 2020. In addition to helping to define and implement ambulatory strategy, Laskowski helped lead our operations through the pandemic, including employee and patient vaccination programs and COVID-19 testing across Mass General Brigham.

New & Notable

  • Sanjay Chaudhary joins the Brigham as the Director of Clinical Operations for the Department of Neurology.
  • Rob Munroe has been promoted to MGB Senior Program Manager of Emergency Preparedness at Brigham and Women’s and Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospitals.
  • Aimee Milliken, PhD, RN, executive director of the Ethics Service, has accepted the position of associate professor of practice at Boston College and is leaving the Brigham June 2. While we conduct a national search for the next executive director, Will Feldman, MD, DPhil, MPH, associate director, will provide interim leadership for the service.
  • Joel Katz, MD, director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program, is stepping down after 22 years of service.

 

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