Huntington Convention Center | Cleveland, OH
A Cleveland Clinic & HIMSS Event. Find out more
Mohsen Saidinejad is a pediatric emergency medicine physician and holds an academic appointment as associate professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He is the director of patient experience at Harbor UCLA Medical Center and serves as chief information officer of Healtheworks, a patient education solutions company that specializes in delivering real-time health education through mobile and connected health. His areas of research focus is on aftercare solutions for patients who are discharged from the emergency department. This include mobile and wireless sensors to help monitor patient adherence to treatment, follow up care plan, and disease outcomes. These solutions are designed to inform the scientific community how to develop interventions that improve health outcomes and decrease future healthcare utilization.
Engaging patients and their caregivers is challenging for safety net organizations, given the unique factors related to health behavior, social determinants, and adherence to care recommendations. Digital health technologies have emerged as potential patient-centered solutions to connect with and engage these vulnerable and at-risk populations, which are often uninsured or underinsured.
In this session, attendees will learn effective technology solutions that can provide customized, interactive, and evidence supported strategies, including mobile messaging, patient portal, and real-time medication-use tracking solutions, as well as lessons learned from digital health initiatives in one of the country's largest safety net organization.