Dr. Danny Sands is a practicing physician who is passionate about healthcare transformation, non-visit based care, collaboration in healthcare, and participatory medicine. His extensive HIT background and hands-on experience together bring a brilliant combination of knowledge and practice to the Conversa team.
A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.
The relationship between patient and provider determines many health outcomes. When communication between these two parties is convoluted or compromised health conditions can worsen dramatically. Through a variety of windows, technology companies are creating new and effective ways for practitioners to better communicate about and with their patients.
Danny is a pioneer in the world of ePrescribing, EMRs, and consumer health informatics. He¹s also a founder of the Society for Participatory Medicine and still practices primary care medicine part-time at Beth Israel Deaconess. He is passionate about patient-provider engagement and creating a scalable healthcare system that addresses the needs of not just the healthy but also those with illness. In this segment Danny spoke of the necessity of the involvement of the patient in treatment decisions.
Danny Sands is a pioneer in the world of ePrescribing, EMRs, and consumer health informatics. He’s also a founder of the Society for Participatory Medicine and still practices primary care medicine part-time at Beth Israel Deaconess. He is passionate about patient-provider engagement and creating a scalable healthcare system that addresses the needs of not just the healthy but also those with illness. Danny spoke of maintaining the patient-provider relationship in-between visits, using email as an example and in-home care technology.
Danny Sands moderates this panel on innovative technologies that allow for new avenues of patient-provider communication.
Jordan Michaels, Founds & CEO of Ringadoc, demos what it looks like for physicians when they get a phone call from a patient.
Adam Odessky, Product Manager at Sense.ly, demos this virtual online nurse equipped with a set of remote diagnostic tools. Using speech recognition, augmented reality, and medical devices Sense.ly can quickly assess a patient’s condition and provide caregivers with relevant insights for meaningful follow-up.
Wolf Shlagman, CEO & Founder of ConsultADoctor, introduces us to their telemedicine system. Their mobile app allows the user to securely reach a doctor via phone, email or to make an appointment. It can take only 90 seconds to reach a doctor!