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Page 81 – Stanford Medicine X
2:05 - 3:35 pmSaturday, September 28
LK 101
From data to knowledge: Let's explore the role of patient generated data in the clinical environment
LK 101
From data to knowledge: Let's explore the role of patient generated data in the clinical environment

Medicine X ePatient
Geriatrician, Blogger, and Caregiver Educator
Health Factavist, Innovation Evangelist for @s4pm & Clear Impressions
Founder and CEO, Symple Health
Patients are awash in data, from self-tracking and online diagnosing tools, to evidence collected in patient communities and online. So how can savvy doctors and patients partner to convert this data into... Read more

Description

Patients are awash in data, from self-tracking and online diagnosing tools, to evidence collected in patient communities and online. So how can savvy doctors and patients partner to convert this data into useful information, or even knowledge?

In this collaborative workshop, you will hear from two patients, a physician and a technologist about trends in patient generated data. We will break into small groups and explore the promise, pitfalls and potential of self-tracking, patient communities, and self-diagnosis. By the end of the workshop, you will better understand what motivates patients and clinicians to treat this burgeoning phenomenon the way they do.

This session is for clinicians, patients and technologists interested in steering the conversation about patient generated data in the clinical encounter.

 

I'm a practicing geriatrician in San Francisco with a particular interest in helping family caregivers. I have a small solo housecalls and geriatrics consultation practice.

I also have a background in public health and quality improvement, and have a long-standing interest in improving primary care for the community-dwelling elderly. My scholarly research has been published in JAMA and the Journal for Medical Internet Research. I completed residency, clinical fellowship, and research fellowship at UCSF, and am currently a Clinical Instructor in the Division of Geriatrics at UCSF.

I'm especially intrigued by tech innovations that can be used by in-the-trenches healthcare providers, and by elders and their families.

 

Carla is a former print columnist (Knight-Ridder), a former forum leader and virtual talk show host (Mind-Brain Sciences, CompuServe), and a veteran communications strategist who has eased cross-platform dialogue between professionals and bridged between experts and layfolk for many years. A skilled sci-tech commentator and social media strategist, she has long tracked converging trends in health, science, technology, and innovation and behavior change. Recently a citizen NIH grant reviewer (via pcori.org) and highly active in the Society for Participatory Medicine, she designed and launched the @s4pmforum, the group's first online community. Since moving to Arizona, she has held fellowships at the University of Arizona in the Department of Psychology (social media) and the School of Medicine (telehealth), served as client lead for a business devlopment team of MBA students at the Eller School of Management. Today, she maintains a health-focused feed @confluently on Twitter, where she also streams as @InnoCiter, exploring conjunctions between the changing world of healthcare and the changing world of business.

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