The efforts highlighted here provide examples of MI2’s innovation work in recent years. They are categorized both by the MI2 team that led them, as well as their implementation phase (with the most recent project in each phase, left to right):
Active projects are those currently in development or in practice.
Concluded projects were time-bound, such as events or research grant projects, yet aspects of the work or the results it inspired may continue (e.g., technology tool, other training efforts).
Reinvented projects provided foundational insights, infrastructure, etc., which were then further adapted and scaled to leverage lessons learned.
MedStar Telehealth Innovation Center
Telehealth offerings transforming behavioral health care delivery during the pandemic and shaping the future
Patient-initiated, on-demand urgent care by video, further scaled and customized during the COVID-19 pandemic
Scheduled video visits platform launched and scaled during the COVID-19 pandemic
Innovative integration of new electronic health record applications advancing care
MedStar Health National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare (Now a Key Collaborator)
Innovation in patient safety event data analysis and display for improved interventions
Real-time clinical decision support to detect and treat sepsis shaped by Human Factors research
Personalized, interactive heart risk information in patient electronic health records