Online Program

Patient Center Care Part II: A Role for Information Technology

Tuesday, November 3, 2015: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Patient engagement is crucial for health promotion, disease prevention, and the improvement of health outcomes. This session examines how various applications, some as widespread as texting, can help track consumer engagement. There will be special emphasis on the value of personal health records (PHRs) within the wider context of health information exchange.
Session Objectives: Describe various HIT applications for improving health and the potential health outcomes
Diane Adams, MD, MPH, CHS-III and Yaw P. Baidoo, EdS, RSCC, CSCS, SCCC

Use of interactive voice response technology to assess patient-reported health status in patients with cardiovascular conditions in the VA   
Marina McCreight, MPH, Anne Lambert-Kerzner, PhD, MSPH, Dennis Plomondon, Gregory Noonan, Michael Ho, MD, PhD, John Rumsfeld, MD, PhD and Steven Bradley, MD
Perception about Importance of Personal Health Records and Willingness to Exchange Medical Information Electronically   
Soumitra Sudip Bhuyan, PhD, MPH, Aastha Chandak, BTech, PhD(c), Aesha Singh, MBBS, Niodita Gupta, MD, MPH, PhD(c) and David Wyant, PhD

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Organized by: Health Informatics Information Technology
Endorsed by: APHA-Committee on Women's Rights