Sharing Evidence-Based Approaches to Digital Medicine and Recipes for Health System Transformation
Hosted by: NODE.Health
October 29, 2019: 12:30 – 2:00pm
Location: Rooms 253-255
Digital health solutions continue to increase in both quantity and capability. Despite significant advances, stakeholder confidence — from patients and clinicians to payers, and regulators — remains quite low. Stakeholders have traditionally relied on evidence-based, peer-reviewed studies to discern which interventions to use and support while many digital health solutions lack clinical validation. The result is that many solutions suffer from an “evidence” as well as a“transformation” gap and lack the implementation science required to make them scalable.
Led by members of NODE.Health, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is the professional home for evidence-based digital medicine that brings together a network of more than 32 healthcare systems, corporate members, societies, organizations and innovators dedicated to digital transformation in health, this session will explore:
- The current landscape of digital medicine and how it can support value based care
- Examples and lessons learned from real-world scalable digital medicine implementations
- Approaches to clinical validation for digital medicine with examples and lessons learned from NODE.Health studies
- A framework for measuring user experience for digital medicine
Ashish Atreja, MD, MPH, FACP, Founding Chair, NODE HEALTH and Chief Innovation Officer, Medicine, Mount Sinai
- Dr. Atreja is a healthcare executive with board certification in internal medicine, gastroenterology, and clinical informatics. As Chief Innovation Officer, Medicine, he leads the Sinai AppLab (http://www.applab.nyc) which is one of the first collaborative hubs within an academic medical center to build and test disruptive mhealth technologies.
Jay Erickson, Chief Innovation Officer, Modus
- Jay Erickson is one of the founding partners of Modus, a digital studio based in New York City. As a digital strategist and leader, he has been designing and building digital experiences for 20 years in a wide variety of roles and industries.
Dr Sameer Badlani, CIO, Fairview Health Services
- Sameer leads our system’s information technology services, leveraging his experience as a clinician and IT executive to improve and enable safe, high-quality, and efficient clinical care operations and delivery. His focus is deploying innovative technologies and processes that support the transformation of employee and patient experiences, while building the next generation digital core for our integrated delivery network.