3435.0 The Use of Consumer Health Informatics in Health Education, Dissemination, Interventions and Disease Management

Monday, October 31, 2011: 4:30 PM
Self-directed interventions driven by HIT are an emerging tool for managing chronic disease. Given that chronic diseases are a major component of our disparities problem in the US, it is important to review HIT innovations that are making a difference in dealing with this challenge. This session will highlight various technologies and their potential for improving clinical outcomes.
Session Objectives: At the end of this session, participants should be able to: 1. describe various self-management interventions for chronic disease; 2. outline the benefits of mobile technology in self-directed care.
Diane L. Adams, MD, MPH, CHS-III
Jiunn-Jye Sheu, PhD, MSPH

Table 1
Use of a web-based decision aid for men diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer: Results from a web tracking study
Linda Fleisher, PhD, MPH, Venk Kandadai, MPH and Sheryl Burt Ruzek, PhD, MPH
Table 3
Use of Low-literacy Diabetes Education Kiosks For Addressing Diabetes Health Disparities
Jane N. Bolin, PhD, JD, RN, Marcia G. Ory, PhD, MPH and Ashley Wilson, MPH
Table 4
Using predictive modeling to identify pregnant members to increase enrollment in a maternity disease management program
Leyda Aguillon, MPH, Stephen Jones, PhD, Soyal Momin, MS, MBA, Sherri Zink, BS and David Moroney, MD
Table 6
A multimedia learner-centered health promotion intervention created for mental health care recipients, healthcare providers, and caregivers
Deirdre Wheat, MD, MPH, MMedSci, PCME, Patricia Grisafi, OTR/L and Diane Hourihane, MS, CCC-SLP
Table 7
Using interactive health information technologies to educate and engage at risk youths and families
Deena Chisolm, PhD, William Gardner, PhD and Kelly J. Kelleher, MD, MPH
Table 8
Analysis Tool for Web-Based Patient Communications about Prescription Drug Use
Evelyn Adams, BS, Greta Winbush, PhD, Lealoni Miller and Leon McDougle, MPH, MD

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Organized by: Health Informatics Information Technology
Endorsed by: American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Caucus