The Intersection of Technology & Public Health for Stronger Communities
Monday, September 26th, 2016 / 8AM - 12PM / Santa Clara Convention Center
The adoption of important data and new technologies has the ability to dramatically transform public health and healthcare delivery at all levels. There is no shortage of viable new solutions, and while the digital health technology ecosystem is booming, there are significant hurdles to adoption in the community setting.
Join us for a session that spotlights the organizations, foundations, and community leaders that are currently engaging in innovative new partnerships within diverse communities.
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Monday, September 26th
8:10-9:30 Panel: Leveraging Health Data Resources to Build Stronger Community Health Care Models
Community health care leaders and stakeholders from across the country share how they are harnessing the latest innovations in data collection and analysis, plus the tools and resources that are informing decision making and improving outcomes.
Deryk Van Brunt, Healthy Communities Institute
Andrew Broderick, Center for Innovation and Technology in Public Health
Jim Greene, California Department of Public Health
Eric Liu, Bayes Impact
9:30-10:30 Panel: Facilitating Partnerships in Public Health Innovation
Join us for a panel that highlights the multi-sector collaboration in public health. You’ll hear foundation representatives and healthcare leaders discuss unique partnerships that aim to share information, empower community stakeholders and improve health outcomes for all Americans.
Nick Macchione, County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency
Veenu Aulakh, Center for Care Innovations
Jim Hickman, Better Health East Bay
Eric Schneider, Commonwealth Fund
John Mattison, Kaiser Permanente
Dr. Chris Gibbons, Federal Communications Commission
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 Panel: Closing the Tech Gap: Health Tech Adoption in Communities
Shouldn’t health technology address the populations who need it the most? Come listen to community leaders and best-in-class innovators who have catalyzed the adoption of technologies in communities. This panel will showcase tech demos and pilot partners who will discuss the importance of technology implementation to address the social determinants of health.
Michael Painter, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Kristian Lau, Community Health Center Network
Chase Hensel, Welkin Health
Emily Suter, Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida
Amy Ingles, City of Jacksonville
Tara Pham, CTY
Rick Brush, Wellville
Summer Tebalt, Access Health Spartanburg
Eric Allen Conner, Healthify
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Grand Ballroom H