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Our team possesses a broad range of expertise in clinical care, information technology, education and research. We support all phases of program development and implementation, including the cultivation and harvesting of new ideas, concept/pilot testing and the operationalization of successful telehealth experiments.
Patrick McCarthy is a telehealth program manager at Boston Children's. He is responsible for developing the hospital’s portfolio of patient-facing telehealth programs. Prior to joining Boston Children's, Patrick worked at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where he helped to streamline processes and reduce costs through the use of new technologies and devices, including a Just-In-Time Inventory Program and an in-house handheld package tracking system.
David Miller, a telehealth program manager at Boston Children's, is responsible for the development of our remote second opinion and global telehealth program. Prior to joining the Telehealth Program team, he was a business analyst and application development specialist at Boston Children's, and also a senior analyst at Cerner. David is passionate about reducing disparities and improving access to health care in developing countries.
Telehealth Executive Leadership
Daniel Nigrin, MD, is an endocrinologist and the Chief Information Officer at Boston Children’s. As a practicing physician and information technology executive, Dan helps to guide the development of technologies and ideas developed by the Telehealth Program, bringing advances to patient care practice, quality and research, while meeting clinicians’ needs and workflows.
Matthew is the director of application development at Boston Children's. As a senior leader in the Information Services Division, Matt oversees the development and maintenance of the hospital’s broad portfolio of internally developed software applications, including web- and mobile-based patient and provider portals, and their integration with Boston Children’s patient registration systems, electronic medical record and billing system. Integration of telehealth technology into these applications is critical to the development and success of our program.
We are grateful to have been ranked #1 on U.S. News & World Report's list of the best children's hospitals in the nation for the third year in a row, an honor we could not have achieved without the patients and families who inspire us to do our very best for them. Thanks to you, Boston Children's is a place where we can write the greatest children's stories ever told.”