David Levine, MD MPH MA

David Levine, MD MPH MA

General Internist and Investigator, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

David Levine is a practicing general internist and clinician-investigator at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Ariadne Labs, and Harvard Medical School. He is active in clinical and translational research through a focus on optimizing quality time at home by shifting care home, decentralizing care, digital health technology, and measuring the quality and experience of health care. He is medical director for strategy and innovation for the Brigham & Women’s Home Hospital and co-chair of the Hospital at Home Users Group. The home hospital team at Ariadne studies the scaling of home hospital care and rural home hospital care, among other areas.

NPR: Americans with non-life-threatening issues can get hospital-level treatment at home

Dr. David Levine speaks with NPR to discuss the availability and benefits of the home hospital model across the US.

Jan 24 2022
Boston Globe: Amid surge in patients, hospitals treat more people at home

Dr. David Levine in the Boston Globe on hospitals treating more patients at home during the pandemic.

Dec 16 2021
NEWS - Press Release
Ariadne Labs and CaroNova Launch Home Hospital Early Adopters Accelerator

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

Nov 17 2021
NEWS - Perspectives
Scrum Inc.: Home Hospital Accelerator: Spreading Acute Care at Home

Scrum Inc., Ariadne Labs, and CaroNova have partnered to bring the Scrum Framework to the Home Hospital Accelerator.

Oct 26 2021