Project RED (Re-Engineered Discharge)  


Brian Jack MD elected to the Institute of Medicine

Project RED wins the 2013 Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation

September 13, 2013

The Drucker Institute, a social enterprise based at Claremont Graduate University, announced today that Boston Medical Center has won the 2013 Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation.

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Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Selects Re-Engineered Discharge paper for 2010 STFM Best Research Paper Award

Jack BW, Chetty VK, Anthony D, Greenwald, JL, Burniske G, Johnson AE, Forsythe SR, O’Donnell JK, Paasche-Orlow MK, Manasseh C, Martin S, Culpepper L. The Re-Engineered Discharge: A RCT of a Comprehensive Hospital Discharge Program. Annals of Internal Medicine 2009;150:178-187. PMCID: PMC2738592

2010 STFM Research Paper Award 2010 STFM Research Paper Award 2010 STFM Research Paper Award

HealthLeaders magazine has selected Brian Jack, MD to their “People Who Make Healthcare Better” list for 2009.

Primary Investigator of Project RED, Brian Jack, MD was the Patient Safety Investigator of the Month for the Agency for Health Research and Quality in 2007.

The prestigious Northeastern University College of Computer and Information Science Undergraduate Research Award has been awarded to Juan Fernandez for his work on the RED-lit research project. (May 2008)

2007 Patient Care Award for Excellence in Patient Education Innovation

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chris manasseh accepts award
Dr. Chris Manasseh from Boston Medical Center accepts the Patient Care Award in California

This annual award is presented by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine to a health professional or not-for-profit organization involved in developing patient education strategies for primary care. The award acknowledges creative, cutting-edge strategies developed to deliver patient education targeted to patients in an office setting. In addition to innovation and creativity, submissions are judged on the demonstrated capacity to communicate important health concepts to patients, and to positively impact patient behavior.

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Funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation, and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.