Bradley Crotty MD MPH currently works as a Research Collaborator on the InfoSAGE Project.
Dr. Crotty’s academic and research interests include patient-doctor electronic communication, systems improvement and technology, and the role of social media in healthcare. Dr. Crotty sees patients at Healthcare Associates, an academic primary care practice based at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, located in Boston’s Longwood Medical Area. Current research and innovation focuses on patient and family engagement through technology and improving communication and data exchange between patients and clinicians. In addition to his clinical and research responsibilities, he also works for BIDMC’s Information Systems to improve electronic systems for clinicians and patients.
Dr. Crotty graduated from Tufts University and Harvard Medical School before completing his residency training in Internal Medicine at BIDMC where he also served as chief medical resident. He completed the Harvard Medical School Research Fellowship in General Medicine and Primary Care in 2013, when he also received his Masters degree in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. He is a member of the American Medical Informatics Association, the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems, and the Society of General Internal Medicine.