Jonathan E. Slutzman, M.D.

Jonathan E. Slutzman, M.D.

Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School emergency medicine instructor

Slutzman’s research focuses on financial and environmental health care costs. He has spoken nationally and internationally on the intersections between health care services and financial and environmental cost modeling. His current projects include waste auditing in health care, life cycle assessment of emergency medical care, and implementing sustainability infrastructure in a large academic medical center. Slutzman is a founder and chair of the Mass General Brigham Clinician Sustainability Group, member of the Massachusetts General Hospital Executive Sustainability Committee, former chair of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Climate Change and Health Interest Group, and an adviser to the Health Care Without Harm Physician Network.

Clinical sustainability: Environmental stewardship at the bedside

Presented with the Yale Center on Climate Change and Health, this session will explore clinical sustainability as an important strategy in advancing climate-smart health care. Learn how: clinicians embrace opportunities to conserve resources and promote sustainable practices. clinical care impacts health care resource utilization and waste production. life cycle assessment allows clinicians to make evidence-based, […]