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[ARCHIVED] Technology for Patient Engagement

Ashish Jha on harnessing the energy of technology to engage patients and improve care

Rebecca Weintraub, MD - Dec. 17, 2014
Today we are thrilled to welcome Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH as our final Keynote Speaker for this Breakthrough Opportunities event with the Commonwealth Fund. Ashish is Director of the Harvard Global ...
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data education EMRs mobile Patient Communication PHRs policy Wearables & Self Monitoring
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David Bates on developing “sticky” technology for patient engagement

Rebecca Weintraub, MD - Dec. 15, 2014
We are delighted to welcome David Bates, MD, MSc. as a Keynote Speaker for this Breakthrough Opportunities event with the Commonwealth Fund. David is the Chief Quality Officer and Senior Vice Pres...
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Apps data EMRs PHRs Population Health Management Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Identifying Big Problems to Solve: Creating vignettes of consumers/patients for whom HIT could change their lives

Anne-Marie Audet - Dec. 10, 2014
This is a challenge i would like to post to the network. We all know the power of narrative in focusing attention and energy. I am calling for submission of big problems that consumers/patients hav...
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Adherence coaching education Patient Communication Remote Monitoring Scheduling telemedicine Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Lygeia Ricciardi on the technology needs of patients and consumers

Today we’re delighted to welcome Lygeia Ricciardi as a Keynote Speaker for this Breakthrough Opportunities event with the Commonwealth Fund. Lygeia Ricciardi is an expert in consumer engagement an...
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coaching data education EMRs Patient Communication PHRs policy Scheduling Wearables & Self Monitoring
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John Halamka on social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies for patient engagement

Today we’re delighted to welcome John Halamka as a Keynote Speaker for this Breakthrough Opportunities event with the Commonwealth Fund. John D. Halamka, is a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medi...
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data EMRs Patient Communication PHRs Population Health Management Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Smart watch to support pediatric patients living with painful chronic conditions

Sylvia Sosa - Dec. 8, 2014
Idea submitted by: Global Organization for Maternal & Child Health: Sylvia Sosa, Valerie Kong, Board of Directors Interactive device similar to a watch, or wearable technology, that engages the ped...
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Patient Communication Population Health Management Remote Monitoring Wearables & Self Monitoring
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A mobile app for monitoring child growth and development

Manu Gupta - Dec. 5, 2014
Idea submitted by: Manu Gupta Timely monitoring and treatment is critical for proper child growth and development. Growth monitoring consists of routine measurements to detect abnormal growth, comb...
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Apps Patient Communication Remote Monitoring Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Health Literacy-learning the language of patients

A/Prof. Terry HANNAN - Dec. 3, 2014
I am interested to hear the ideas and possible solutions regarding the issues surrounding "health literacy" which is critical in any communications with patients. The "language" of health care is not ...
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Adherence Tools Health Literacy Patient Communication telemedicine Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Low-cost, relevant wearables

Marie Connelly - Dec. 1, 2014
Mainstream wearable technology currently focuses predominantly on health and wellness, and products are targeted largely at the “worried well.” Many of the accompanying apps focus a broad fitness metr...
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Wearables & Self Monitoring
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Engaging and supporting caregivers

Marie Connelly - Dec. 1, 2014
Family caregivers, or “informal caregivers,” provide a significant support system for patients with complex or chronic conditions, though these individuals are somewhat absent from policy conversation...
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Adherence Tools Patient Communication PHRs Remote Monitoring telemedicine Wearables & Self Monitoring