Digital Health and Data Science
Understanding and using digital healthcare and data science is integral to the practice of medicine. To ensure Northwestern medical students graduate with the knowledge and experience they will need, David Liebovitz, MD , co-director of I.AIM’s Center for Medical Education in Digital Healthcare and Data Science, and Mahesh Vaidyanathan, MD, MBA, assistant professor of Anesthesiology, have developed a new component of the medical education curriculum.
Students learn how to incorporate data, machine learning, and other tools into their practice in order to personalize patient care and improve outcomes. Mastering core competencies of the curriculum ensure students gain a solid foundation that can ultimately have a positive impact on healthcare systems.
Faculty Leaders & Coordinators
David M Liebovitz, MD
Co-Director, Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine - Center for Medical Education in Data Science and Digital Health Associate Vice Chair for Clinical Informatics, Department of Medicine Associate Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics) and Preventive Medicine (Health and Biomedical Informatics)
Mahesh Vaidyanathan, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology