4:30 - 6:00 pmSaturday, September 17
Dean's Conference Room
Workshop: MHealth and Big Data are Catalysts for Personalized Patient Care
Dean's Conference Room
Workshop: MHealth and Big Data are Catalysts for Personalized Patient Care
Scripps Translational Science Institute
The intersection of widespread mobile adoption, cloud computing and healthcare will enable patient-reported outcomes to be used to personalize care, draw insights and shorten the cycle from research to... Read more

Description

The intersection of widespread mobile adoption, cloud computing and healthcare will enable patient-reported outcomes to be used to personalize care, draw insights and shorten the cycle from research to clinical implementation. Today, patient-reported outcomes are largely collected as part of a regulatory shift to value-based or bundled care. When patients are able to record their experiences in real-time and combine them with passive data collection from sensors and mobile devices, this information can inform better care for each patient and contribute to the growing body of health data that can be used to draw insights for all patients. This session explores the current limitations of patient reported outcomes and how mobile health and big data analysis unlocks their potential as a valuable tool to deliver care.

At the end of this session, participants will understand the evolution from today’s static patient-reported outcomes to fully patient-driven outcomes that enable personalized care based on each patient’s situation and life goals. They will be learn strategies for how to apply to their own situation, whether they are patients, providers, or healthcare administrators.

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