At Walgreens, Greg leads product strategy and execution for the Digital Health division. His responsibilities there include adherence, consumer engagement and discovering new ways to promote healthy choices for Walgreens customers
SureScripts brought together 3 thought leaders in connected health care to discuss data-driven solutions, quality improvement, and what that all means for your bottom line.
Adam Pellegrini demos the “Healthy Choices Program” which gives rewards to their customers for adopting healthy habits, while also supporting all your prescription and health data.
Bringing together the most innovative wearables and personal health trackers that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology. And in case you missed it, you can watch the fast-paced and fun Wearable Tech Runway with 7 amazing and fashionable wearable companies.
There has been tremendous discussion of the value of shared health information. In this session viewers learn how two organizations with national footprints were able to quickly implement the sharing of immunization records through the Ehealth Exchange. This panel discussed the changing role of care coordination and the impact on population management and public health.
Venk Reddy from Walgreens spoke of the challenges Walgreens faced and overcame in the implementation of their interoperability project.
Tim Theriault from Walgreens spoke of how Walgreens is hoping to integrate itself more closely into everyday health care; connecting consumers to easy health care access as well as hospitals, etc.
Hear from Joe Rago about how Walgreens is contributing to the growing ehealth community. By opening their API’s and giving attention to not only consumers but also third party developers, Walgreens is actively attempting to improve medication adherence and the health status of their customers.
Walgreens demonstration at the HDI Forum in Bethesda, Maryland, June 2011.