The Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health at Mount Sinai

The Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health at Mount Sinai (HPIMS) is a research institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai enabling collaboration and co-innovation across health care and digital engineering initiatives by the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) in Germany, and the Mount Sinai Health System.

The Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health at Mount Sinai combines innovative, complementary research resources and talents in health care, health sciences, data sciences, biomedical and digital engineering, conducting patient-centered research to develop real-time predictive and preventive digital health solutions that empower citizens and health care providers in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere. HPIMS is generously supported with a philanthropic gift of the Hasso Plattner Stiftung.

The Shared Vision of Mount Sinai and HPI

Together, we can empower patients and doctors to shape the future of healthcare today with digital solutions and insights that matter. 

Mount Sinai’s Institute for Next Generation Healthcare

Mount Sinai’s Institute for Next Generation Healthcare (INGH) is a uniquely positioned research organization in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Mount Sinai Health System. INGH faculty, data scientists, clinicians, software developers, and students are committed to building a transformative model of healthcare through the unification of biomedical discovery, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, digital health, and patient-driven platforms to make the future of medicine a reality today.

Mount Sinai’s Lab100

Mount Sinai’s Lab100 is a next generation health clinic. Lab100 is a research laboratory, which leverages data and technology to redesign the way healthcare is measured and delivered. Lab 100 is located at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and empowers patients to track their health over time by providing the most comprehensive health risk assessment and biometric screening currently available.

Mount Sinai’s BioMe BioBank Program

Mount Sinai’s health care cohort, BioMe BioBank Program is an electronic health record (EHR)-linked clinical care biobank, consisting of over 50,000 participants (MSHS patients) from diverse ancestries, characterized by a broad spectrum of (longitudinal) biomedical traits. Enrolled participants consent to be followed throughout their clinical care (past, present, and future) at Mount Sinai in real time, integrating

Hasso Plattner Institute

The Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam is Germany's university center of excellence for digital engineering, advancing research and education in IT systems engineering, data engineering, cyber security, entrepreneurship, and digital health. With its bachelor‘s and master’s degree programs, the Faculty of Digital Engineering, established jointly by HPI and the University of Potsdam, offers innovative engineering- and application-oriented study programs. HPI consistently earns a top-notch place in the Center for Higher Education University Ranking, conducts research noted for its high standard of excellence in digital engineering, and concentrates on the research and development of user-oriented innovations for all areas of life. PhD candidates carry out research at the HPI Research School in Potsdam and its branches in Cape Town, Haifa, Nanjing and at the recently opened office in New York. The HPI School of Design Thinking is Europe’s first innovation school for university students.

HPI Digital Health Center

The HPI Digital Health Center in Potsdam, Germany, brings together individuals from health sciences, human sciences, data sciences, digital engineering and society with a shared goal to improve health and wellbeing. The Center assumes an open, inclusive network structure of researchers, projects and research institutions in order to empower patients and to transform healthcare with innovative digital health solutions.