Jared Conley

Physician Investigator (Cl)
Emergency Medicine, Mass General Research Institute
Instructor in Emergency Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Assistant In Emergency Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
MD Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2015
aids dementia complex; corpus callosum; executive function; hiv; hiv infections Dr. Jared Conley is an emergency physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He also serves as the associate director of the MGH Healthcare Transformation Lab, which works to enhance the quality and affordability of healthcare through technology and innovation. He also serves as the physician technical advisor for MGH's Home Hospital program which provides MGH hospital-level care in the comfort of patients' homes (when appropriate safety criteria are met). His research explores the clinical management strategies that best align acute health needs to the optimal setting of care, including through the use of virtual care and remote patient monitoring technologies. His research has been featured in various medical journals, including JAMA Internal Medicine. He completed a joint MD/PhD program at Case Western School of Medicine, as well as received a MPH from The Dartmouth Institute. His clinical training was obtained at Harvard (MGH/BWH) and he completed a fellowship in healthcare delivery innovation at Stanford University.