Daniel Sands, MD, MPH
Daniel Sands, MD, MPH Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School\Co-founder and Immediate Past-President, Society for Participatory Medicine is passionate about healthcare transformation, non-visit based care, collaboration in healthcare, and participatory medicine. He spent 6 years at Cisco, most recently as chief medical informatics officer, where he provided both internal and external health IT leadership and helped key customers with business and clinical transformation using IT. Danny’s prior position was chief medical officer for Zix Corporation, a leader in secure e-mail and e-prescribing, and before that he spent 13 years at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, where he developed and implemented numerous systems to improve clinical care delivery and patient engagement. He has earned degrees from Brown University, Ohio State University, Harvard School of Public Health, and trained at Boston City Hospital and Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital. Dr. Sands currently holds an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School and maintains a primary care practice in which he makes extensive use of health IT (much of which he helped to introduce during his tenure at Beth Israel Deaconess). Sands is the recipient of numerous health IT awards, has been elected to fellowship in both the American College of Physicians and the American College of Medical Informatics, and is a founder and immediate past-president of the Society for Participatory Medicine. In 2009 he was recognized by HealthLeaders Magazine as one of “20 People Who Make Healthcare Better.”
Partners Connected Health is pleased to announce the continuation of a popular event, our fifth annual Innovators Challenge. Visit our Innovators Challenge page for more details and to submit your application!
Design for Change Workshops with Mad*Pow
cHealth15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing
Event with Medstro and The American Resident Project, Anthem Inc.'s physician engagement program
Submit your ideas on how emotion-sensing technologies can improve health care! (Link must be opened in Chrome, Firefox, or IE9 and later.)
JMIR Poster Session
This year Partners Connected Health is pleased to partner with JMIR Publications in hosting a poster presentation session at the Connected Health Symposium. Learn more!