From the iPhone to the EMR: Can patients’ personal health data help improve their clinical care

Learnings from Project HealthDesign, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

About Project HealthDesign
Project HealthDesign is an eight-year initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to test whether and how personal health technologies can be effectively incorporated into clinical care. Working with actual patients and clinicians, research teams developed innovative ways to track patients’ observations of daily living and share them with health care providers, to determine whether they could be meaningfully incorporated into clinical care.

Join us for an insightful and interactive webinar sharing learnings from Project HealthDesign

 Discover why patients tracking what happens outside the clinician’s office is important to reduce or improve care of chronic diseases.  Learn how patients’ observations of daily living – such as eating habits, mood and pain levels – can be integrated into clinical care.  Hear about commercially viable technology solutions created by Project HealthDesign teams that help people monitor and improve their health.  Hear how research teams used technology to actively engage patients in their health (including those who are vulnerable and/or especially hard to engage) and achieve better clinical decision-making.

Tuesday, September 25 12 – 1 pm ET
Webinar details and call-in information will be provided to registrants.

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- Steve Downs – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Patricia Flatley Brennan, PhD, RN – University of WisconsinMadison - Katherine Kim, MPH, MBA – San Francisco State University - Stephen Rothemich, MD – Virginia Commonwealth University - Michael Christopher Gibbons, MD, MPH – Johns Hopkins