The Center for Connected Medicine is the world’s first collaborative health care executive briefing center, supporting stakeholders in defining the transformation of health care. It serves as a resource for innovative patient-centered and population health models, showcasing strategically integrated health information technology. By facilitating connections among those who deliver, receive and support health care, the Center helps promote cultural change, coordinated care delivery and greater patient engagement.
Located in Pittsburgh, the Center for Connected Medicine is comprised of six founding partners—GE, IBM, UPMC, Nokia, and Lenovo Health — representing various facets of the health information community. Visitors to the Center experience how advanced and strategically implemented technology can deliver real-time data when and where it’s needed for enhanced clinical and care-management decision-making…at the bedside, in the community or across the country.