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Schedule: Patient Engagement sessions

Ideas around how to effect patient behavior change with the use of gamification, social media, mobile health (mHealth) and quantified self. Also, the role of consumerism in remaking the healthcare landscape.

Salon H-K
Workshop Please note: to attend, your registration must include Workshops on Wednesday.
Amik Ahmad (M.P.S., NYU ITP)
Average rating: *....
(1.67, 3 ratings)
In health care data driven results are all the rage. The most innovative companies today use data to effect outcomes and simplify systems. But patient focus has largely been left out of the equation. This is about emotional design and how to create patient focused healthcare platforms where data is not the driver of decision, but a validator of emotional decisions that have already been made. Read more.
Salon F
Workshop Please note: to attend, your registration must include Workshops on Wednesday.
Nancy Braun (Thavron Solutions)
Improving the business of healthcare requires merging data and business analytics to surface opportunities that make it easier for the right people to get the right healthcare at the right costs. Understanding and improving the complexities of system costs and interactions underlying Health Services is blue water in the HealthCare big data domain. Read more.
Salon H-K
Workshop Please note: to attend, your registration must include Workshops on Wednesday.
Bob Evans (Google Inc)
Average rating: ****.
(4.75, 4 ratings)
Where is the app to track how often you eat homemade peanut butter cookies and correlates that with your sense of wellbeing? There will never be an app for that. There are a million things that quantified self-ers and behavioral scientists want to know about behavior. There is an app for that! Learn to quickly build your own mobile health experiments using Paco an opensource platform. Read more.
Salon G
Michael Gold (Farsite), Lise Worthen-Chaudhari (Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at The Ohio State University)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
The quantified self and mHealth movements are inadequate to serve the population of individuals who require medically supervised help to improve their health. Farsite and Ohio State University are developing data-driven behavioral interventions that draw upon the patient’s existing social network in order to improve adherence to cardiac rehabilitation programs and decrease hospital re-admissions. Read more.
Salon G
Vinay Mohta (Kyruus)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Patients know less about their operating physicians than they do about the cars they drive to the hospital. How can we leverage big data on physician practice behavior to improve health care outcomes? What role should patient reviews and physician peer review play in the choice of a doctor? Read more.
Salon G
Jen van der Meer (Reason Street)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 4 ratings)
As we move to a more accountable model of care, can we aim our sights even higher than the promise of reduced cost, improved patient experience of care, and improved health of populations, and deliver a more dignified experience for patients, caregivers, doctors, nurse practitioners, administrators, and everyone who wants to help humans feel well? Read more.
Salon G
Christine Lemke (AchieveMint)
Average rating: ****.
(4.40, 5 ratings)
We’ve collected and analyzed millions of data points on health behaviors in the real world, across mobile health applications, sensors and even social networks and forums. What we’ve found is the only consistency in human health behavior is its constant state of flux. What therefore is the role of data in the inherently unpredictable world of behavior change? Read more.
Salon G
Bonnie Feldman (Open Health News), Anmol Madan (Ginger.io), Bruce Springer (OneHealth Solutions, Inc.), Daniel Conroy (Aetna)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 4 ratings)
DrBonnie360 will lead a discussion of how new digital tools using data, social media, mobility and games can help patients change behavior. She will introduce the emerging ecosystem of companies across the disease spectrum in the mobile/social/data arena. 3 panelists will provide patient stories, statistics and professional experience describing what works and what doesn’t. Read more.
Salon F
Ron Gutman (HealthTap)
How mHealth companies can create lasting user engagement by simulating real world patient-doctor interactions based on trust and expertise. Read more.
Provincetown
Marc Garrett (Intridea)
Quantify and visualize your team's health and productivity with R. Read more.
Salon G
Moderated by:
Jordan Shlain (Healthloop)
Panelists:
Alexandra Drane (Eliza Corporation), Sridhar Iyengar (AgaMatrix)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
In this session, an expert panel explores consumer behavior. Big data is a huge win for for quants, but what will it take for patients to embrace it? Evidence shows that engagement strategies based on an understanding of individuals as whole people in time — not just as temporary patients — and designed to make a human connection have the greatest impact. Read more.

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