Dr. Jared Conley is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and emergency physician at Mass General Hospital. He serves as the Associate Director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab, where he leads a team of clinicians and engineers to enhance the quality and affordability of healthcare through technology and innovation. He additionally serves as a Physician Advisor for MGH's Home Hospital program. His work explores opportunities to enhance healthcare delivery at home—and the enabling opportunity for digital health to improve the quality, safety, cost, and scale of such care. His work has been featured in various medical journals, including NEJM Catalyst and JAMA Internal Medicine, as well as new outlets such as Reuters and Medscape. His most recent article on technology-enabled hospital at home was named one of the top articles of 2022 by NEJM Catalyst. He completed a joint MD/PhD program at Case Western School of Medicine, as well as received an MPH from The Dartmouth Institute. His clinical training was obtained at Harvard (MGH/BWH) and he completed a fellowship in healthcare innovation at Stanford.
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