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Dr. Goldman is an anesthesiologist at the MGH and Medical Director of Biomedical Engineering for Partners HealthCare. He is the Director of the Medical Device Interoperability Program - a multi-institutional federally program founded in 2004 to advance medical device interoperability to improve patient safety and HIT innovation. http://www.mdpnp.org Dr. Goldman completed his anesthesiology residency and medical device informatics fellowship at the Univ. of Colorado, and served as a Visiting Scholar in the FDA as well as an executive of a medical device company. He is an IEEE EMBS Distinguished Lecturer, chairs several national and international committees that develop standards for the safety, performance, and interoperability of medical equipment. His awards include the AAMI Foundation/Institute for Technology in Health Care Clinical Application Award, the International Council on Systems Engineering Pioneer Award, and the American College of Clinical Engineering award for Professional Achievement in Technology. More information is available at www.jgoldman.info
My research group, the Medical Device Plug-and-Play (MD PnP) Interoperability Program, is accelerating the adoption of safe, secure, interoperable medical devices to enable the creation of complete and accurate electronic health records and the cost-effective development of innovative medical apps for diagnosis, treatment, research, safety and quality improvements, equipment management, and adverse event detection and reporting. Our team is working to develop sharable software tools and applications that will enable a broader community of researchers and manufacturers to implement medical device interoperability with a focus on improving patient safety. Our work includes identifying clinical problems that could be solved through reliable, comprehensive medical system integration, and the implementation of those solutions through the development of open standards and technology in our Cambridge MD PnP lab "sandbox". We work closely with the FDA, DoD, VA, NIST, NSF, NIH, manufacturers, and other groups to help align clinical, research, manufacturing, policy, and regulatory needs. In addition our team is involved with the development of international safety and performance standards for anesthesia and respiratory care equipment and interoperability. These synergistic research and standardization activities provide diverse opportunities for residents and fellows to contribute to creating healthcare environments of the future. Our program website contains information about specific initiatives.
View my most recent publications at PubMed
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The Department of Defense has awarded grants to two MGH investigators.
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MGH Hotline 07.30.10 Julian M. Goldman, MD, of the MGH Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care and Pain Medicine, director of Interoperability for CIMIT and medical director of Partners Biomedical Engineering, has received the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Pioneer Award.
MGH Hotline 4.10.09 In General awards and honors
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