Innovation HealthJam: Health Innovations for Vulnerable Populations - World Wide
June 17th - 19th
|Register at http://www.innovationhealthjam.com/|
We’d like to invite you to participate in the 2014 Innovation HealthJam, that will serve to highlight the importance of technology in health care, and specifically in 'Health Innovation for Vulnerable Populations'. This national event will provide a unique means of raising the dialogue about how innovation and technology can improve the lives and well-being of vulnerable populations in developed and developing nations.
The goal is to generate discussion across the globe on what are the challenges and opportunities as well as generate new solutions and new relationships.
You can participate from your computer, any time of the day. Or you can drop by one of the Health Jam Hot Spots:
- 8am to 5pm at 533 Parnassus U100H
- SFGH & Laurel Heights TBA
- CVP: Center for Vulnerable Populations
- CDHI: Center for Digital Health Innovation
- CHC: Center for Health and Community
- Department of Psychiatry
- GHS: Global Health Sciences
- CTSI: Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
- Nancy Adler, PhD
- Adrian Aguilera, PhD
- Patricia Arean, PhD
- Dror Ben-Zeev, PhD
- Bruno Biagianti, MD
- Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, MD, PhD, MAS
- Paula Braveman, MD, MPH
- Claire Brindis, DrPh
- Namkee Choi, PhD
- Greg Clarke, PhD
- Elissa Epel, PhD
- Laura Gottlieb, MD, MPH
- Margaret Handley, PhD
- Amy Lockwood
- Courtney Lyles, PhD
- Neda Ratanawongsa, MD
- Urmimala Sarkar, MD
- Dean Schillinger, MD
- Danielle Schlosser, PhD
- Sanjay Shah, MBA
- Ed Yellin, PhD
- Irene Yen, PhD, MPH
- Adapting an automated telephone support program to prevent Type 2 diabetes in high-risk women: STAR Moms/STAR MAMA
- Can Mobile technology help dessiminate therapeutic interventions to people who struggle with mental disorders?
- Constraints of applying mobile technology in healthcare
- Disparities in online portal use
- Exploring U.S. Developments in health innovaiton that are relevant for vulnerable populations globally ("reverse, reverse innovation")
- Guidance for those global health focused entrepreneurs
- Health of vulnerable populations: Is it healthcare or socioeconomic status or both?
- Health Innovations for Vulnerable Populations: Adolescents and Young Adults Globally
- How can we transform electronic health record systems to serve populations with limited health literacy and English proficiency?
- How do we advance societal attitudes toward the poor? How do we re-frame the conversation to shift attitudes to see ourselves (everyone) as part of the whole picture - the "we're all in this together" perspective as opposed to "you're on your own"?
- How do we make mobile health tools accessible to low-income populations?
- How do we enable text messaging as a core communication vehicle between patients and healthcare providers to help vulnerable populations?
- How do we need to rethink meaningful use metrics in safety net health care systems?
- How do we use telemental health delivery for vulnerable older adults?
- How do we use web and mobile applications to help manage depression?
- How do we enable text messaging as a core communication vehicle between patients and healthcare provider to help vulnerable populations?
- How to use technology to reduce stress
- In the future how can we use digital health for vulnerable populations?
- Populations with limited health literacy
- Technology disparities and health; chronic disease self-management and technology; health literacy and technology
- Technology tools and barriers to use for addressing social determinants of health in safety-net clinical settings?
- Understanding beneficiaries as clients
- Usability and design of HIT for diabetes self-management support
- What are the barriers to technological innovation for health in vulnerable populations?
- What considerations should we use to address serious mental illness using Mobile Health?
- What is health equity? What is the link with Vulnerable Populations?
- What social and behavioral data would be helpful to include in all electronic health records?
- What types of health innovations are possible for mental health patients?
UCSF Forum Host:
Aenor J. Sawyer, MD, MS
Other VIPs with Schedules to be Determined
|Measuring impact of technology interventions
Participatory design methods to engage patients and health workers
|Building Mobile and Web Tools for Health Workers
Opportunities to improve care in low-resource settings
|In resource limited environments around the globe is expanding access to network technologies for the purpose of health invormation sharing an effort misspent given pressing basic health requirement needs?
Pierre Theodore, MD