David Levine, MD, MPH, MA, is a practicing general internist and clinician-investigator at Brigham Health and Harvard Medical School. He is active in clinical and translational research through a focus on optimizing quality time at home, digital health technology, and measuring the quality and experience of outpatient care. He sees his role as helping patients achieve the right care at the right time in the right place by designing, implementing, and evaluating innovative interaction spaces between a care team, technology, and a patient.
David works to bring hospital-level care to patients’ homes, where a team provides acute care to acutely ill adults in their home as a substitute to traditional hospitalization. His work in digital health has included national studies of seniors’ use of digital health technology, how digital health use changes with periods of declining health, and use of chronic care virtual visits in primary care.
David received his undergraduate degree from Pomona College in biology and politics. He earned his masters in teaching in special and secondary science education and served as a high school chemistry teacher and science department chair in Chicago Public Schools. He 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 Harvard Medical School and received his masters in public health at the Harvard School of Public Health.