Brittany Weinberg

MedStar Institute for Innovation

Brittany Weinberg, MBA, MSG is a Project Manager and Influence Specialist for The Influence Center at the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2). In her multiple roles, Brittany supports MI2’s mission to catalyze innovation that advances health.

The majority of Brittany’s projects at MI2 focus on influence, relationships, engagement, rapport, communication, and patient experience. Additional projects include AgingWell Hub, Simfluence™, Nursing Units – Influence Project, and #MedStarHealthy. Brittany conducts ‘Influence Consults’, a deep-dive consultation that infuses influence and engagement principles and theories into the product, initiative, or communication piece and trains the person requesting the consult on influence principles. These consults touch numerous areas of healthcare ranging from organizational effectiveness, government affairs, staff satisfaction to patient experience.

Brittany serves as Weaver for the Innovation Learning Network (ILN) and MedStar Health. MI2 has been a member of the ILN for multiple years and even co-hosted the May 2014 InPerson meeting in Washington, DC, alongside Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Total Health and the Military Health System’s Office of Chief Innovation Officer. In her role as Weaver, she acts as a liaison between the organizations, fostering relationships, connecting MedStar associates to ILN resources, spurring conversations among ILN members, and disseminating information to MedStar.

Brittany advocates for health innovation not only in her work at MI2, but also through her community involvement. She serves as Ambassador for Aging2.0’s Washington, D.C. Chapter. As ambassador, she provides strategic oversight of the chapter and connects and supports local innovators by running regular events and managing the local community. In her spare time, she regularly delivers nutritious meals to homebound individuals in Washington, D.C. through IONA Senior Services.

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