Innovation thrives where different experiences and perspectives come together. We are proud to be led by a diverse group of digital health leaders, innovators, and creators working to change the digital health landscape.
Meet our interdisciplinary team of anthropologists, statisticians, clinicians, engineers, economists, designers, entrepreneurs, and strategists. We're committed to using technology to improve and expand healthcare.
We are supported by the HITLAB Fellows and Scholars Community, an extensive network of digital health experts and industry professionals.
Join us in transforming digital health.
If you’re interested in transforming healthcare through the innovative use of emerging technology, there’s a place for you at HITLAB. We help stakeholders across the entire healthcare ecosystem leverage technology to increase their impact on health outcomes. Whether you have an interest in digital health strategy, technology development, or research and education, we provide professionals an opportunity to gain diverse exposure and responsibility across all service areas. With continued professional development and leadership opportunities, HITLAB offers a unique entrepreneurial startup environment built on a solid foundation built over two decades.
Simply put, HITLAB is an exciting place to work. At the forefront of cutting-edge digital health innovation, our teams explore complex and interesting problems that require immediate solutions and have impact on global healthcare access and delivery. Diversity is at the heart of our value system and work processes, which makes for a rich learning environment. The nature of our mission ensures that our teams push boundaries of skill and knowledge, so they continue to grow throughout their tenure at HITLAB. Come join our team of people driven by simple values and one big picture strategy for digital health.
CHAMP Community Program
Our Community Health Advanced Management Program (CHAMP) develops digital health leaders from Washington Heights and Lower Manhattan. Housed in the Lasker building in the Columbia University Medical Center and SoHo, CHAMP has served as a hub for training and developing upper-level high school students for nearly a decade. The program integrates local students into the digital medicine field that is overtaking healthcare today. Get in touch for more information.