Easing the Burden: Connected Caregiving Tools

This session followed and built upon “Future Technologies for Family Caregiving”. After discussing and hearing about the need for caregiving technologies, participants saw those tools in action. From task coordination to non-invasive remote monitoring, supporting the circle of care to incentivizing caregiving tasks, this session highlighted the breadth of innovation around supporting caregivers today.

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 2

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 1

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Connecting the Dots: Tools for Extended Care Teams Session

When doctors and nurses are not available most of our health teams become refocused to our families and community. Just like practitioners, these health coordinators- parents, children, aunts & uncles, friends- need tools to help maintain the health of the patient. Monitors in the home, web platforms that collect and organize health data are enhancing the experience of the extended team and improving the health outcomes of the patient.

CareSync: Connecting the Dots: Tools for Extended Care Teams

Amy Gleason, COO at CareSync, began her career in nursing and quickly found that she loved technology. Her love for technology quickly turned to necessity when her daughter was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. As a caregiver, she had a new role to play in keeping her daughter’s care organized, efficient, and effective. CareSync provides a service to help patients own their health data so that they can use it to improve healthcare encounters with CareSync Visit Manager.

CareSync: Patients 2.0: Between Visits

Amy Gleason, COO at CareSync, began her career in nursing and quickly found that she loved technology. Her love for technology quickly turned to necessity when her daughter was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. As a caregiver, Amy had a new role to play in keeping her daughter’s care organized, efficient, and effective. She demonstrated CareSync, which provides a service to help patients own their health data so that they can use it to improve healthcare encounters with CareSync Visit Manager.

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Easing the Burden: Connected Caregiving Tools

This session followed and built upon “Future Technologies for Family Caregiving”. After discussing and hearing about the need for caregiving technologies, participants saw those tools in action. From task coordination to non-invasive remote monitoring, supporting the circle of care to incentivizing caregiving tasks, this session highlighted the breadth of innovation around supporting caregivers today.

Patients2.0

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 2

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Patients2.0

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 1

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

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Connecting the Dots: Tools for Extended Care Teams Session

When doctors and nurses are not available most of our health teams become refocused to our families and community. Just like practitioners, these health coordinators- parents, children, aunts & uncles, friends- need tools to help maintain the health of the patient. Monitors in the home, web platforms that collect and organize health data are enhancing the experience of the extended team and improving the health outcomes of the patient.

Caresync

CareSync: Connecting the Dots: Tools for Extended Care Teams

Amy Gleason, COO at CareSync, began her career in nursing and quickly found that she loved technology. Her love for technology quickly turned to necessity when her daughter was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. As a caregiver, she had a new role to play in keeping her daughter’s care organized, efficient, and effective. CareSync provides a service to help patients own their health data so that they can use it to improve healthcare encounters with CareSync Visit Manager.

CareSync

CareSync: Patients 2.0: Between Visits

Amy Gleason, COO at CareSync, began her career in nursing and quickly found that she loved technology. Her love for technology quickly turned to necessity when her daughter was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. As a caregiver, Amy had a new role to play in keeping her daughter’s care organized, efficient, and effective. She demonstrated CareSync, which provides a service to help patients own their health data so that they can use it to improve healthcare encounters with CareSync Visit ...