Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS
Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS, is Brigham and Women’s Health Care’s (BWHC) Chief Information Officer (CIO). As CIO, Dr. Landman is responsible for maintaining a focus on excellence while developing system-wide strategic IT initiatives, with the goal of evolving the next generation of information systems across the BWHC enterprise.
Dr. Landman is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics. He joined BWH in 2010 as director of Clinical Information in the Department of Emergency Medicine, where he led the project to move BWH ED clinicians from paper-based to electronic documentation. He also led the team that built the CliniCam mobile app, a secure and convenient image sharing app for acquiring digital images and storing them in the electronic health record, which was made available for all clinical users in the hospital.
He previously served the hospital as the Chief Medical Information Officer for Health Information Innovation & Integration (CMIO), where he oversaw a range of BWHC Partners eCare (PeC) responsibilities, such as the local implementation of the Sunquest laboratory information system and integration with Epic, with a novel positive patient identification specimen collection solution that has reduced laboratory specimen errors for inpatients. He had also been driving efforts at both the local and industry levels to improve the experience of hospital patients and visitors, strengthening the innovation culture at BWHC through programs like the Innovation Hub, and collaborating with external digital health companies and start-ups.
Dr. Landman received his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMNDJ)-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and trained in Emergency Medicine at UCLA Medical Center. He was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar at Yale University, where he also received his masters of Health Sciences. He completed graduate degrees in Information Systems and Health Care Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University.
Santosh Mohan, MMCi, CPHIMS, FHIMSS
Santosh Mohan is the Managing Director of the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub. Previously, Mohan led the More Disruption Please (MDP) ecosystem at athenahealth, bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, clinicians and industry experts to fast-track new technologies to market and foster next generation healthcare innovators. He is a Duke Fuqua Scholar in clinical informatics and the recipient of HIMSS 2017 Founders Leadership Award.
Prior to athenahealth, Mohan served as a Digital Solutions Executive Fellow at Stanford Health Care and helped the organization achieve EMRAM Stage 7 inpatient and outpatient validations. Earlier in his career, he worked on technology-enabled innovation at Duke University Health System and Cerner Corporation and served as a Senior Consultant and Director at The Advisory Board Company. Mohan is a member and past-chairperson of the HIMSS Innovation Committee.
He was recently recognized as a “Rising Star” and as a “Wiz Kid” by Becker’s Hospital Review and as one of “11 leading innovators in health IT” by Health Data Management. Mohan holds a master’s degree in business management and clinical informatics from Duke Fuqua School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in engineering and bioinformatics.
Mark Zhang, DO, MMSc
Haipeng (Mark) Zhang D.O. is the Medical Director of the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, as well as of Digital Health Implementation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Zhang also holds the position of Associate Program Director of the Clinical Informatics and Innovation Fellowship at Partners Healthcare and a Palliative Care consultant at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Zhang completed an Internal Medicine residency and a chief year at Allegheny General Hospital. He is a graduate of the Harvard Interprofessional Palliative Care Fellowship, the first graduate of the Clinical Informatics and Innovation fellowship at Partners Healthcare, and completed a Masters Medical Science in Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School.
Throughout his career, Mark has held an interest in leveraging technology to improve clinical medicine. He is the founder and co-creator of Palliative Care Fast Facts for iOS and Android mobile applications. This application is one of the most widely used mobile reference applications in palliative care in the world. He is the co-founder of Cake, a venture backed company focused on advance care planning.
He also founded and was the first president of AMIA Clinical Informatics Fellows (ACIF), the national organization for clinical informatics fellows.
Chen Cao, MPH
Caroline Coy, MPH
Caroline Coy is an Innovation Strategy Manager in the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub. Prior to joining the iHub, Caroline was the Branch Chief for Strategic Initiatives in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) within the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. In this role, she led a team focused on executing initiatives related to the intersection of digital and public health. This included responding to public health priorities such as the opioid epidemic, incentivizing adoption and use of digital health technology, and supporting innovation through public events and prize competitions. Caroline has experience planning and executing strategic initiatives and partnerships with diverse stakeholders including startups and the innovation community.
Previously, Caroline was a Presidential Management Fellow at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) where she had the opportunity to complete special projects with the National Institutes on Drug Abuse, Cancer, and Aging. She also has experience working on health policy and program management at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as for an academic medical center and non-governmental organizations including the Carter Center. Caroline holds a Master of Public Health from Emory University and a BA from Case Western Reserve University.
Mimi Dunn is an Innovation and Operations Analyst for the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub. She is responsible for managing and monitoring the iHub’s core functions to ensure operational success as well as fostering and supporting digital health initiatives at the Brigham.
Prior to joining the iHub, Mimi worked as a technology consultant at IBM and held internships as a healthcare consultant and healthcare strategic markets analyst. She graduated from University of Notre Dame with a Major in Economics and supplementary coursework in Science, Technology, and Values.
Mimi’s interest in healthcare has grown organically through her life experiences, education, and prior job opportunities. It has taken her as far as China to study Traditional Chinese medicine and dominated her bookshelf and email inbox with relevant books and newsletters. Mimi is particularly interested in utilizing technology to create cohesive patient health profiles, enabling physicians and stakeholders to have a holistic picture of patient history and more effectively treat them as a whole person versus a string of symptoms. She is excited to be a member of the iHub to pursue a path in healthcare innovation that impacts care delivery and the human experience.
Don Gummow is an Innovation and Operations Analyst at the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub. Prior to this role, Don served as an Operations Manager at Affect Mental Health, an early-stage Boston-based mental health startup incubator focused on developing and commercializing solutions improving access to quality mental healthcare.
Through the purposeful use of technology, he aims to use his interdisciplinary background to seek out the best ways to support healthcare innovators. He is passionate about building systems that bring order out of chaos and connecting teams with the tools, knowledge, and resources needed to do their best work. He brings his passion for people, technology, and entrepreneurship to the iHub and is excited by the challenge of accelerating transformative digital health products. Don holds a BS in Computer Science from Boston College.
Rin Sato is an Innovation and Operations Analyst at Brigham Digital Innovation Hub. As a bridge between business and technology, Rin has international work experience supporting innovative projects for a variety of clients ranging from startups in Tokyo to a United States (US) state government agency.
His interest in helping others through technology to began while studying Information Systems and International Relations and Politics at Carnegie Mellon University. After graduating, he started his career at Deloitte Consulting to support project management of enterprise-level system development projects for a US State Department of Human Services. Rin was first introduced to innovation ecosystems while facilitating a delegation from a subsidiary of Deloitte Japan with key innovators in the US East Coast.
After hearing how ideas were transformed into solutions that solve real-world problems, he decided to dive into the innovation ecosystem by joining an artificial intelligence (AI) consulting and development startup in Japan where he worked as a project manager prior to joining iHub. Rin is looking forward to promoting innovation in healthcare to directly help others lead better lives.