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Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health
J. Benjamin Crocker, MD is a member of the Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) at Massachusetts General Hospital.
J. Benjamin Crocker, MD is a general internist and serves as Medical Director of the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF) at Massachusetts General Hospital, a primary care practice devoted to the employees of Mass General.
Dr. Crocker attended Tufts University (B.S. Chemical Engineering, 1992) and the University of Massachusetts Medical School (M.D., 1997). He has substantial experience in care design and applies those skills to the Ambulatory Practice of the Future where he sets the strategic direction for this practice which has a primary focus the integration of research into a clinical care practice. He was a co-founder and developer of APF’s Innovation Learning Program to bring collaborators together, in the clinical environment, to build solutions to primary care challenges.
Dr. Crocker has received local fellowship awards at Mass General and the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology at Mass General (CIMIT) to investigate primary care-based post discharge telephone follow up care, point of care laboratory testing and point of care population management platforms for chronic disease management.
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