Health Experience Design Conference Reel
Perspectives covered at the following conferences are soon to be released
At the intersection of Population health Efforts
Improving Patient & Clinician Experience
Featured conversation at #HIMSS19: Beth Landon, MBA, MHA Director of Policy and Communications New Mexico Hospital Association.
Location, cost, and policy can either act as barriers or enhancers in both access or care quality. At #HIMSS19 Beth Landon shared her perspectives on challenges on healthcare in New Mexico. Bringing awareness to policy, & technological initiatives to combat issues surrounding access and quality of care.
Social Determinants of Health & Health Access
Featured Conversation at #CCTC: Julianna Sellett is the Vice President of Community Health Initiatives for the Carle Health System.
Her current work focuses on improving the health, educational achievement, and economic prosperity of disadvantaged populations, with special focus on early childhood development.
Digital Medicine Conference
Digital Health, Patient, Clinician Experience, & Access
Featured Conversation at #Digmedcon18: Jay Erikson, author of BLOOM, Partner at Modus Health
As part of coping with the diagnosis and treatment he began to write more regularly in order to understand and process the experience. He was encouraged to write more and joined Sloan Kettering's Visible Ink program through which he was mentored by poet Mary Tautin Moloney. Jay is a musician, producer, entrepreneur, beekeeper, carpenter, wanderer and gardener.
Healthcare Technology & the Future of Healthcare
Featured Conversation at #Connect2Health: Janice McCallum, MBA is managing director of Health Content Advisors
Janice is a member of The Walking Gallery and board member of The Society for Participatory Medicine. In this talk Janice shares her experience as a caregiver to her mother, as well as her thoughts on the electronic health record and much more.
Person Centered Care
Patients, Executives, Clinicians
Featured Conversation at #Planetree18: Dr. BJ Miller, a longtime hospice & palliative care physician and educator.
Informed by his own experiences as a patient, Dr. BJ Miller powerfully advocates for the roles of our senses, community and presence in designing a better ending. His interests are in working across disciplines to affect broad-based culture change, cultivating a civic model for aging and dying and furthering the message that suffering and dying are fundamental and intrinsic aspects of life.