The funds aim to address the lack of translational funding in pre-clinical life sciences, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital technology development.
The Partners Connected Health Innovation Challenge seeks new devices, apps and technologies, and will provide mentorship to winning developers.
The content will be available from Partners Patient Gateway for patients to learn more about their condition and communicate with their doctors' offices.
The first phase of this collaboration will include software development and clinical research to deliver tools that improve chronic disease management.
The iGetBetter cloud-based platform bridges transition of care from hospital to home, engaging patients in their own care, and helping to reduce readmissions.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provided the money for the development of a novel Engagement Engine to support the sustained use of health and activity trackers.
Created by the Center for Connected Health, the research tool will aid in the design, testing and implementation of connected health technologies and products.
The objective of The Partners Data Lake is to speed clinically relevant research developed across the Partners Healthcare system into the clinical setting.