Digital Therapeutics in Rural Maternal Child Health
How to Go from Episodic to Lived Environment Care
The Science of Remote Integrative Psychosocial and Physical Care
Including Underserved and Economically Disadvantaged Communities
July 9, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Being the Health Partner to a consumer throughout their Patient Journey
The mission of this talk is to change the way you personally and professionally believe your organization should approach Population Health Management and Care Coordination in vulnerable communities. How to go from episodic to relationship care.
This educational talk uses real-life use cases and outcomes in rural America on applying a behavioral science and remote system of care for pre-natal and post-partum Medicaid moms and families. The data discussed includes items such as pre-term births, anxiety and depressive disorders, costs of care including ED and inpatient/readmissions, patient activation and satisfaction measures, personal/social challenges, clinical fatigue/joy in practice, and key topics such as adherence to vaccines, wellness appts, safe sleep, crying baby, and others.
Bob Gold, Behavioral Technologist
Bob Gold is one of the world’s leading behavioral technologists with more than 20 years applied research and development in the behavioral and cognitive science of human motivation, activation and resiliency; with a specialty in the human and social factors of precision health and digital therapies leading to increased activation of patients and clinicians in underserved vulnerable communities; both rural and urban.
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