Teaching Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein participated in the panel on “Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: How Will It Change Patient Care, Provider Payment, and Public Health?” as part of the GWSPH Business of Public Health Seminar Series on April 26. Goldstein discussed ethics and privacy issues in the increased use of predictive analytics in healthcare for patients, physicians, provider organizations, payers, and public health.
Ruth Lopert Speaks at World Bank Roundtable
Adjunct Professor Ruth Lopert participated in a World Bank roundtable entitled “Killing them softly: How wasteful spending, is harming patients and health budgets, and the need for new policy,” on May 9.
Ruth Lopert Speaks at Algerian Ministry of Health Roundtable
Adjunct Professor Ruth Lopert participated in a roundtable on “Regulation & Control of Biologics & Biosimilars” in Algiers. The event was convened by the Algerian Ministry of Health, on April 24.
Anne Markus and CHAMPS Study Team Published in Pediatrics
Associate Professor Anne Markus and the rest of the Community Healthcare for Asthma Management and Prevention of Symptoms (CHAMPS) study team published the first in a series of articles on the results from a multi-site, multi-year evaluation of evidence-based childhood asthma interventions implemented in Community Health Centers.
Naomi Seiler Presents at SYNChronicity Conference
Associate Research Professor Naomi Seiler presented research findings on alternative Ryan White program funding models on April 24 at SYNChronicity, the National Conference for HIV, HCV and LGBT Health in Arlington, Virginia.