Better Health Conference 2018 (Registration Now Open)

June 7, 9:00am, EDT - 5:00pm, EDT

Connecticut Convention Center

100 Columbus Blvd

Hartford, CT 06103

Registration

Non-member Price: 
$75.00
Student Price: 
$30.00

 

NEHIMSS Members will recieve a 20% discount off of the registration. If you are interested in attending please reach out  to ne.president@himsschapter.org for discount code.

The Better Health Conference, presented by CT Partners for Health, returns this year to the Connecticut Convention Center. This premier New England patient engagement event provides insights and resources from dynamic local, national and international experts. Register now for this multi-track event to learn how you can empower your patients to take a more active role in their health and healthcare.

Agenda topics this year include:

  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Health IT
  • Healthcare Reform
  • Health Equity
 

 

Announcing Morning Keynote

 

Healthcare as Collaboration: Using Participatory Medicine to Cure What Ails Healthcare

 

Patient engagement is said to be the blockbuster drug of the century,

but what can you do to help make it happen?

 

Two of its best-known practitioners - Dr. Danny Sands and his patient, cancer survivor "e-Patient Dave" deBronkart - will show, through role-play and lectures, how participatory medicine actually played out during Dave's near-death cancer case, and what they've both learned since about its principles and practice.

 

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Daniel Z. Sands, MD, MPH

Society for Participatory Medicine - Co-Founder and Board Chair;
DrDannySands.com - Principal

 

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"e-Patient Dave" deBronkart
Society for Participatory Medicine - Co-Founder and Chair Emeritus

 

During this session we will:

  • Define participatory medicine and the changing roles of patients and providers
  • Offer tips for making a successful participatory experience for the patient and physician
  • Explore how information asymmetry applies to the changing relationship, and why transparency - of information, cost and quality - is essential to partnership
  • Highlight what tools are available to enable participatory medicine
  • Review ho you can answer the call to action to advance participatory medicine

 

 

Visit our Better Health Website for additional information on topics and speakers!