Nurses are the largest sector of the healthcare workforce – the backbone of the healthcare system - yet the least invested in and the least technologized.
M7 is changing that.
The last three years have highlighted how critical nurses are to the health of our communities. Amid a record nursing shortage, health systems must make the nursing role more sustainable and attractive to sustain a strong workforce that meets their patients’ needs.
M7 is the technological layer health systems depend on to unlock the operational and organizational changes that the modern nurse demands.
University Student Health Nurse
Ilana is a registered nurse-turned-entrepreneur. She was a bone marrow transplant nurse at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (unit M7) prior to enrolling in the MBA program at Harvard Business School. She is passionate about elevating the nursing workforce and leveraging technology to make the profession more sustainable.
Eric spent several years as a strategy consultant at Boston Consulting Group, specifically in the digital transformation space. His area of expertise is reshaping out-of-date analog processes into distinct digital experiences. His passion for M7’s mission stems from his family, many of whom have worked as healthcare providers. He and Ilana joined forces at Harvard Business School - during the height of COVID - to rethink the hospital-based nursing experience.