Behavioral Modification and Big Data

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69 Charlton Street

New York, NY 10014

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Behavioral Modification and Big Data: How Digital Health Helps Patients with Medication Adherence

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Topics that will be covered:

What is the current digital health space in eye care?

What's in store for the future of eye care?

What is important clinical information regarding eye care and medication adherence?

How are you currently managing patients with glaucoma? Is adherence a re-occuring issue?

How do we educate patients on managing their eye health? What solutions will improve the efficacy of care?

What are concerns going forward as we move towards telehealth? Are standards of care the same?

What practices do you find effective in behavioral modification?

What do you see for the future of digital health in general?


February 27th

6:00 PM to 6:30 PM - Registration and drinks

6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Fireside chat

7:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Networking

Meet Dr. Thomas Wong

Dr. Thomas Wong is and Associate Clinical Professor serving as the Director of Clinical Externships and Director of New Technologies at SUNY Optometry. He served as the chief of adult and pediatric primary care at the Univeristy Eye Center from 2011 to 2015, and previously as the Chief of Optometry at Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States.

Dr. Wong received his Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY Optometry in 1989. He serves on the Board of Governor at Georgetown University, and the PCPI (Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement). He provides eye exams for the Washington Jesuit Academy, Chicago Scholars, and Cristo Rey High Schools.

Meet Dr. Stan Kachnowski

Professor Stan Kachnowski, PhD MPA CSEP, an Oxford trained researcher, has taught over 5,000 students from Columbia University, IIT-Delhi, and Quinnipiac College. His teaching and research over the past 25 years includes educating graduate level and executive students on 4 continents and conducting extensive studies on the efficacy and diffusion of digital health, including electronic data capture, ePRO, wearables, and predictive algorithms.

Professor Kachnowski has authored over 200 peer-reviewed papers and presentations for national and international journals and societies in digital health development, management, and diffusion.

About Information Mediary:

Information Mediary Corp (IMC) is the global leader in smart medication adherence solutions, having supplied over a million units to the clinical trials and research markets. IMC manufactures iOS and Android NFC-enabled Med-ic Smart Blister Packages, eCAP Smart Medication Bottles and the temperature-aware Med-ic Smart Syringe Pack. The company is active in the AI-enabled digital health field, offering its HIPAA compliant, secure CertiScan clinical research adherence cloud. IMC’s latest Lilipond AI project is aimed at detecting opiate abuse early to avoid dependence and addiction.

About the HITLAB Seminar Series:

HITLAB's Seminar Series bridges the gap between academic and professional healthcare. Our series serves as an outlet to facilitate connections and provide networking and growth opportunities for digital health professionals.

Since 2007, our Seminar Series has brought together leading experts – including scientists, physicians, IT architects, public health practitioners, and investors – who share a single vision: to design and scale innovative technologies that improve health outcomes around the world.

Questions? Contact seminars@hitlab.org

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