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About: Bradley Hennenfent

Stephen Fitzmeyer, M.D & Bradley Hennenfent, M.D.
Stephen Fitzmeyer, M.D., is a Physician Informaticist with a post-doc Advanced Medical Informatics Fellowship from the Veterans Administration Boston Healthcare System, a post-doc NRSA Research Fellowship at Boston Medical Center and is an expert in Health IT with over 25 years of experience. He was the winner of the Brigham & Women's Hospital Hackathon - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Prize, September 2014.

Bradley Hennenfent, M.D., graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in economics, and then graduated medical school at the University of Illinois. He did his residency in Emergency Medicine at the UIC Affiliated Hospitals Emergency Medicine Residency Program. After two years as a suburban emergency physician he became director of an inner-city emergency department in Chicago. While volunteering with a non-profit medical foundation Dr. Hennenfent helped get over 20 million dollars of federal money released for medical research to the National Institutes of Health, and he helped get over $100,000 worth of donations, or grants in kind, year after year. Dr. Hennenfent is retired in Florida, but is very interested in medical statistics, treatment transparency, and solving health illiteracy for patients.

Posts by Bradley Hennenfent:

Treatment Scores: The Future of Medicine

We know what patients need, but it sadly seems like no one cares. While the whole world of business, physicians, and programmers have been busy competing to create electronic health records, we have been working on figuring out the science behind medical treatments, because that’s what we care about. What the patient needs to know…
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