Mass General Research Institute
The Center for Innovations in Care Delivery, established in 2006 has a mission of fostering innovative interdisciplinary practice within Patient Care Services.
We aim to foster entrepreneurial healthcare innovation focused on the areas of greatest opportunity for technology to make transformational change in the current paradigm of patient care.
The Healthcare Transformation Lab partners with people from diverse backgrounds—health care, engineering, design and business—to implement new ideas that improve health care delivery.
Our focus is not just on delivering excellent care but also developing innovative models that improve the quality and delivery of primary medical care at each of our practices and health centers.
The Mass General Learning Lab serves as a central institutional resource to support simulation-based training and research to improve critical health care skills.
MIP provides seed funding to a diverse portfolio of projects in the artificial intelligence and digital health spaces, as well as to the development of novel therapeutics and medical devices.
The Medically Engineered Solutions in Healthcare (MESH™) Incubator is an in-house creation group and prototyping lab developed within Mass General Radiology in July 2016.
Mass General Brigham Innovation coordinates industrial relationships and IP management across Mass General Brigham, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and McLean Hospital.
The Entrepreneurs Series features our most successful innovators sharing stories of how they've translated their research discoveries into new treatments and diagnostics.