About Dr. Maley

Research Locations:

  • BIDMC Center for Healthcare Delivery Science
  • MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science


Positions:
Director, BIDMC Critical Illness and COVID-19 Survivorship Program
Director, Quality and Innovation, BIDMC Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine

Co-chair, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation PASC Clinic Collaborative 

Dr. Maley is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and an attending physician in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. His work focuses on areas of healthcare delivery in the setting of critical illness and COVID-19, long-term outcomes after serious illness, value-based healthcare delivery models, and implementation of technology and innovation, including machine learning approaches, to improve patient outcomes in the hospital.

Currently, the majority of his clincal and research work focuses on helping patients with Long COVID, also referred to as post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) or long haulers.

Dr. Maley's grant-funded work examines value in the intensive care unit, seeking to understand variation in care, cost, waste, and opportunities to improve the care patients receive by eliminating low-value care. He is also interested in improving the end-of-life experience of patients with serious illness, in particular aligning the care patients receive with their values, and improving the use of palliative rather than intensive therapies at the end of life.

Dr. Maley collaborates with colleagues at MIT to analyze highly detailed intensive care unit data, with the aim of improving the quality, safety, and effectiveness of critical care through machine learning and biomedical engineering applications.