About the Health Tech Hub
Launched in 2017, the Health Tech Hub is an NYU Langone Medical Center Information Technology (MCIT)–sponsored initiative that works in collaboration with the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Delivery Science and the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education as a centralized resource for internal and external innovators to rapidly orient and engage them with NYU’s robust and multifaceted digital health ecosystem.
Our mission is to drive patient-centered, high-quality care through the development and application of world-class digital health innovations and technologies.
Led by Sarah W. MacArthur, MD, director for digital health innovation, and Christopher H. Morris, MD, associate director for digital health innovation, our groups work in close and constant collaboration while each taking a unique perspective on harnessing these powerful new forces.
Together, our team is defining new models for quality care that are designed for the digital era.
As an academic medical center, NYU Langone is rooted firmly in its traditional tripartite mission: to serve by providing excellent clinical care; to educate through our nationally ranked medial school; and to discover by leading innovative basic, clinical, and translational research.
This mission is driven forward with the infrastructural support of MCIT Clinical Informatics, the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, and the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Delivery Science.
MCIT Clinical Informatics
MCIT Clinical Informatics serves as the institution’s clinical information technology and operational backbone. It mobilizes the power of clinical systems, data, and technologies to enable practice transformation and improve healthcare by fostering collaboration and applying informatics principles.