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5th Annual Consumer Health IT Summit

October 1st, 2015

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What Patient Engagement Means for Families

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10/3/2015
Debra Ness, M.S.W.
President, National Partnership for Women and Families
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Welcome, Introductions and Logistics
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Jon White, M.D.
Deputy National Coordinator, ONC

Lana Moriarty, M.P.H.
Director, Consumer eHealth, ONC
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Patient Keynote: Making Health Care a Two-Way Street
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Steven Keating, Ph.D. Candidate
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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What Patient Engagement Means for Families
Debra Ness, M.S.W.
President, National Partnership for Women and Families
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Fight for the User
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DJ Patil, Ph.D.
Chief Data Scientist, The White House
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ONC and Patient Privacy
Lucia Savage, Esq.
Chief Privacy Officer, ONC
648 views | 2 years ago
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Leadership by Example: Federal Efforts on Consumer Engagement
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Moderator: Susannah Fox
Chief Technology Officer, HHS
Deven McGraw, J.D., M.P.H.
Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy, ...
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Making Patient Engagement the Fabric of an Organization
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Moderator: Leslie Kelly Hall
Senior Vice President of Policy, Healthwise

Melissa Phipps, J.D.
Vice President of Patient Ser...
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Action Beats: Meeting the Needs of Consumers
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Ellen Langhans, M.A.
Healthfinder.com Program Manager, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, HHS

Shannon Stokley, M.P...
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Engaging Underserved and Minority Communities with Health IT
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Moderator: Elizabeth Cohn, Ph.D., R.N.
Director, Center for Health Innovation, Adelphi University

Angela Diop, N.D., CHCIO
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Welcome Back and Logistics
Thomas Mason, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer and Acting Director, Office of Programs and Engagement, ONC

Karen B. DeSalvo, M.D., M.P.H., M.S...
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Bright Spots on Patient-Generated Health Data
Robert Hart, M.D.
Regional Medical Director, Ochsner Medical Center
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The Blue Button Initiative’s Journey
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Moderator: Claudia Williams, M.S.
Senior Health and Health IT Advisor, the White House

Ryan Panchadsaram
Deputy Chief Technology ...
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Bright Spots
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Pamela Landis, M.S.
Vice President, Information Services, Carolinas HealthCare System
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Advancing Precision Medicine
Moderator: Gwynne Jenkins,
National Institutes of Health

Adam Resnick, Ph.D.
Director, Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium, D...
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Bright Spot
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Dominic Lorusso
Director of Health Partnerships, Consumer Reports
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Closing Thoughts
Thomas Mason, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer and Acting Director, Office of Programs and Engagement, ONC
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5th Annual Consumer Health IT Summit

October 1st, 2015

ONC invites you to save the date for the 5th Annual Consumer Health IT Summit.
Join us in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, October 1st, for this all-day meeting to celebrate important advancements in health IT that can equip individuals with information and technology to advance a patient-centered learning health system. Learn how health IT can deliver better health, smarter spending and healthier people.

The 2015 Consumer Health IT Summit will bring together federal and private sector leaders who are working to enable consumers to become involved partners in their health via health IT.
The Summit will feature:

  • Inspiring speakers who will share their personal stories about the power of health IT to access, use and contribute health data.
  • Hear about the ways in which technology strengthens patients’ self-management and helps build partnerships with providers.
  • “Bright spots” that demonstrate how digital health data and technology can support consumers and caregivers to improve health and wellness.
  • Discussions that focus on innovative approaches to making health data more actionable and meaningful.
  • Presentations that explain how to successfully and continuously engage consumers and caregivers, explore the implications for competition and explain the mutual benefits of health IT for providers and consumers.
  • Dialogue about “frontier areas” such as precision medicine and patient-generated health data, and how access to more personalized information will support better care and better health.