Francine Maloney, MPH, is the Assistant Director for the Implementation Platform at Ariadne Labs. In this role, Francine facilitates the use of implementation and improvement science methods to accelerate the ideas of our teams and faculty into solutions. Francine manages platform staff and supports teams across the organization in the spread phase of the Ariadne Arc model.
In addition to providing direction to the platform, Francine leads the strategy efforts in integrating patients and caregivers into Ariadne Labs’ work; as well as serving as the senior ethical advisor to our faculty and staff.
Before joining Ariadne Labs in August 2014, Francine worked as a Research Project Manager for Partners HealthCare in their division of Clinical Quality Analysis on a number of projects focusing on the use of health information technology in patient safety. In this time, she managed research projects related to the use of informatics to address missed and delayed diagnoses by closing the loop in the diagnostic process.
Francine earned her BA in Philosophy/Ethics from Simmons College. She also received a MPH in Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights from Boston University School of Public Health.
BOSTON (Aug. 23, 2017) — The last two decades have seen real progress in making childbirth safer for women and infants around the world. However, more effort is still needed. Approximately 830 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth every day. And 2.7 million newborns die every year in their first month… Continue reading Ariadne Labs and WHO convene first global meeting on implementation of the Safe Childbirth Checklist