Center for TeleHealth (CTH)
Mass General Hospital
Mass General Hospital
The Center for TeleHealth at Mass General believes that every patient should have access to reliable healthcare whenever, wherever and however it is needed. To that end, CTH’s mission is to enable more personal, more affordable, and more efficient ways of giving care that unleashes the expertise and creativity of our providers and supports the gathering of patients and providers at the times and places best suited to their needs.
Denise Curran is responsible for identifying physician-to-physician telehealth clinical consultative opportunities. In collaboration with TeleNeurology and Network Development teams, Denise is expanding synchronous and asynchronous telehealth-enabled program offerings. Prior to joining the TeleHealth Team, Denise worked as a program leader in a variety of healthcare settings including hospitals, physician practices and system contracting networks. Denise is eager to utilize telehealth technology to expand access to Mass General’s specialty clinical expertise. Denise earned her master’s in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.
Benjamin Meller is responsible for managing the telemedicine technologies used at Mass General and its inpatient virtual care programs. Benji spent five years in various research and administrative positions in the Department of Psychiatry before joining the TeleHealth team. He has always been a technology enthusiast and thoroughly enjoys integrating cutting-edge technologies with real-world clinical practice.
Marcy Simoni is responsible for the legal and payer components for all Center for TeleHealth virtual care programs. Marcy previously worked as a healthcare consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers where she advised healthcare systems and government organizations on operational performance improvement, business transformation, and digital health strategies. She is passionate about leveraging innovation to redesign the way care is traditionally delivered for providers and patients. Marcy holds a Master’s of Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Streamline external service development, expansion, and operation
Establish and advance inpatient virtual care
Develop virtual care research, competency and education tools