More physicians, patients, caregivers, and patient advocates want to participate in connected health globally. As a result, the use of mHealth and wearables continues to grow and so does discussion around its role in healthcare. There are many divergences in mhealth from women’s health, chronic conditions, population health, and social determinants of health are all connecting with mhealth apps to narrow the gaps for the underserved and connect the populous at large. Come talk about these issues and share your thoughts at the next #KareoChat on Thursday, February 9 at 9 AM PT, hosted by @innonurse.
Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation.
- What apps do you foresee as being essential to patients in 2017? Why?
- What apps do you foresee as being essential to physicians in 2017? Why?
- How will physicians use the information gathered from their patients’ wearables?
- What regulatory issues are we seeing/going to see around these apps?
- Will integration/connectivity issue with these apps and wearables get addressed in 2017?
- Do you have any favorite apps that you have tried yourself?
About the Host
Danielle has a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics and is a registered nurse with experience ranging from hospital setting of transplants and trauma to case manager in the corporate environment. Danielle is a contributor to the Microsoft Intel in Health Nurse Blog, HIMSS Europe, HIMSS and LinkedIn published author. Danielle is very active on social media and has been nominated as one of the Top Health Information Technology 100 (HIT100). Danielle is a regular contributor on tweet chats for Kareo, Health IT Chicks, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and the European Union section of HIMSS. Danielle is on the steering committee for HIMSS African-American special interest group. Danielle has been social media ambassador for HIMSS 2017, HIMSS Europe WoHIT 2016 and HIMSS Europe eHealthWeek 2017. Danielle is part of the social media committee for ANIA and presenting at the ANIA in NOLA 2017. She is the owner and publisher of innonurse.info a forward thinking Health IT curation website. Furthermore, Danielle is a Health IT consultant who advises firms of all sizes. Danielle has worked in seven different states as a travel nurse. She has done extensive traveling to 25 countries exploring emergency room hospital setting and EMRs. Danielle leads by example and believes in forward innovation in the healthcare industry.