Penn Medicine



The Center for Health Care Innovation seeks to reimage health care delivery for dramatically better value and patient outcomes.  In the end, our goal is to make better health more attainable by improving the quality, affordability, and accessibility of care; and by making it easier for people to become healthier in their everyday lives.  Learn more about some of our projects and platforms for innovation below.

Engaging patients in text-based remote monitoring
Rerouting patients to higher value care
Helping our employee population become normotensive
Improving care continuity for patients
Testing connected health solutions for depression in prenatal and postpartum care
An online platform to facilitate advance care planning
A new care model for pregnancy loss
Generation of real-time antibiograms
Shifting health care utilization for patients with complex needs
Increasing access to genetic counseling for remote cancer patients
Reducing readmissions in cirrhotic and post liver transplant patients
Establishing a sustainable and exportable business model for an evidence-based CHW model for care
Increasing access to improve patient outcomes
Reducing wait time to improve patient experience
Reducing functional decline and loss of mobility for hospitalized patients
Redirecting new patients to reduce wait times and improve show rates
Exploring how self-testing can improve patient outcomes
Shifting provider time to higher value interactions
An automated, cloud-based system for interpreting long-term electroencephalogram data
Monitoring follow-up on radiologic findings using an informatics application
Increasing screening rates among our employee population
Leveraging technology to improve communication among providers
Testing approaches and methods to collect meaningful patient feedback
Helping patients understand the processes involved in their care

3400 Civic Center Boulevard
14th Floor, South Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19104 

Careers and Internships

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