It’s all about YOU(r health): Personalizing care
Ice Miller: 1 American Sq #2900
Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 8-10 AM
FREE EVENT SERIES
Indiana’s Opportunities to Lead in Digital Health
As a community, we’re facing serious health problems nationally and in Indiana. However, we can do something about it, especially given the robust and sophisticated health information exchange infrastructure and advanced digital health tools and approaches we already have right here and now.
Join us and be part of the solution!
We’ve created a series of three workshops with the goal of bringing the healthcare research and tech communities closer together. These three, 2-hour breakfast workshops are sponsored by Ice Miller; and organized by Regenstrief Institute, hc1.com, and TechPoint.
WORKSHOP 1: Are Hoosiers getting healthier? Putting data analytics to work – JAN
WORKSHOP 2: Can we do better at achieving wellness? Leveraging HIT – FEB
WORKSHOP 3: Is personalized care the answer? It’s all about YOU(r health) – MARCH
Each workshop will feature two special guest speakers who will deliver brief 10-minute presentations on emerging healthcare research and technologies followed by group discussion and Q&A.
WORKSHOP 3: It’s all about YOU(r health): Personalizing care
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Featuring: Rich Carter, Director of IT, Eli Lilly & a representative from the Purdue Research Foundation
Healthcare impacts you, your family, your friends, and your neighbors – in short, everyone.
But, the healthcare system often treats you like it doesn’t know much about you. At many visits, you fill out the same paperwork – even within the same health system. Your doctor or nurse often know very little about you. Sometimes, important information in your health record is simply missed.
If you log into your health portal, you often get what looks like canned information about your health status, without much context. Healthcare is indeed complex. However, in other industries customers are treated as unique individuals through outstanding, personalized service.
With the expansion of care options, channels and medical knowledge, it is more important than ever for healthcare to catch up. Personalizing healthcare means a lot of things. Clinicians should know the relevant information about you.
The healthcare system should address your health issues in an individual, tailored fashion. You should receive reminders and information about your health in ways that are best for you, when you want them, where you want them and how you want them.
QUESTION: Is it possible for healthcare to consistently deliver the level of unified, personalized, superior service that we have come to expect from other industries?