David Levine, MD, MA
David Levine is a practicing general internist and investigator at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. His research focuses on digital health, care redesign, and the quality of delivered health care. He believes fast iterative design grounded in robust research methodology yields results. Among other projects, his team runs a home hospital randomized controlled trial to bring acute care to acutely ill adults as a substitute for traditional hospitalization. They are deploying remote wireless monitoring, predictive analytics, and high-touch care in the home.
Dr. David Levine speaks with NPR to discuss the availability and benefits of the home hospital model across the US.
Dr. David Levine in the Boston Globe on hospitals treating more patients at home during the pandemic.
Boston, MA – Ariadne Labs, in collaboration with CaroNova, a health innovation incubator for the Carolinas, has launched the Home Hospital Early Adopters Accelerator Program to support health care systems to further develop their own home hospital programs. The program provides expertise in designing and managing home hospital programs via a network of hospitals who… Continue reading Ariadne Labs and CaroNova Launch Home Hospital Early Adopters Accelerator
Scrum Inc., Ariadne Labs, and CaroNova have partnered to bring the Scrum Framework to the Home Hospital Accelerator.
In late April, the Ariadne Labs Rural Home Hospital team presented findings from its research on the perceptions and feasibility of providing hospital-level care to acutely ill patients in their homes in rural America at the World Hospital at Home Congress. The World Hospital at Home Congress brought together pioneers and experts from multidisciplinary fields, including… Continue reading Rural Home Hospital Team Presents at World Hospital at Home Congress