David Levine, MD, MPH, MA
Dr. David M. Levine, MD, MPH, MA, is an internationally renowned expert in designing and implementing advanced home-based care, using digital health technology to drive health outcomes, and evaluating the quality, safety and experience of health care. He is a practicing general internist and clinician-investigator at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, where he founded and co-directs Brigham and Women’s home hospital program and co-directs the general internal medicine fellowship. Dr. Levine co-founded and co-chairs the Hospital at Home Users Group, a collaborative of home hospital programs throughout the US and Canada. He is core faculty at Ariadne Labs, a center for health systems innovation at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s, where he studies rural home hospital and scaling home hospital. To optimize quality time at home, shift care home and decentralize care, Dr. Levine’s team examines and implements novel treatment pathways at home, machine learning and robotics approaches to care at home, and the equity, quality and experience of these models at home. His vision is for all patients to achieve the right care at the right time in the right place by designing, implementing and evaluating innovative interaction spaces among the care team, technology, caregiver and patient.
Dr. Levine received his undergraduate degree from Pomona College in biology and politics. He earned his master of arts in teaching in special and secondary science education and served as a high school chemistry teacher and science department chair in Chicago Public Schools. Dr. Levine received his medical degree from Washington University in St. Louis and completed his residency at New York University and Bellevue Hospital in internal medicine – primary care. He completed a general internal medicine fellowship at Brigham and Women’s and HMS and received his master of public health at the Harvard School of Public Health.