• Internal Medicine
    • Quality Improvement
    • Digital health
    • Design Thinking
    • High Value Care
    Hospitalist @ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Instructor @ HMS, Clinical Advisor @ Solera Health
    Hospitalist @ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Instructor @ HMS, Clinical Advisor @ Solera Health

    Dr. Byron Crowe is a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Formally trained in healthcare quality improvement, he now works at the intersection of QI, human-centered design thinking and digital health to redesign health systems for the digital age. Most recently, he served as medical director at Solera Health building evidence-based digital health programs accessible to millions of patients nationwide. In addition to his ongoing work in digital transformation, he is co-founder of Healthcare by Design, a non-profit working to bring people back to the center of care by training the healthcare workforce to implement human-centered design frames into improvement work. He has spoken nationally and internationally on healthcare quality and value, and his work has been featured in BMJ Quality & Safety, Journal of Hospital Medicine and JAMA Internal Medicine. He is a graduate of Emory University School of Medicine and completed his internal medicine training at the University of Colorado. In his free time, he enjoys triathlon, space history and mountaineering.

  • Devin is a fellow in the Rural Health Leadership program at Massachusetts General Hospital. He graduated with a degree in English from the College of William and Mary where he received the James Monroe Prize for Civic Leadership. Devin attended the Temple University School of Medicine where he led a student-run suboxone clinic and was awarded the Thomas M Durant Prize in Internal Medicine for exemplifying the ideal physician. During his Primary Care residency at MGH, Devin started a MICU Peer Reflection initiative and volunteered at Harvard Medical School’s Crimson Care Collaborative clinics, where he is now a preceptor. As a new Rural Health Leadership fellow at MGH, he splits his time between his primary care panel in Chelsea, MA and a shared panel at the Indian Health Service center in Rosebud, SD. His research and academic interests include the use of recovery coaches in addressing substance use disorders, and rural health curriculum development. 

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