On February 14, 2017, the GW Milken Institute SPH's Department of Health Policy and Management held an event titled "Public Health and Population Health in an Evolving Health System" featuring Professor Jeffrey Levi. The issues that Dr. Levi discussed included population health approaches (accountable health approaches), what surrounds the healthcare delivery system, and how that plays into creating healthy communities and populations. (View Youtube video)
Event Video: ACA Repeal and Replace (The Implications of Health Care Reform)
On January 17, the GW Milken Institute SPH's Department of Health Policy and Management held an event titled "ACA Repeal and Replace (The Implications of Health Care Reform)" featuring Professor Sara Rosenbaum. Dr. Rosenbaum discussed include the implications of health care reform as it pertains to the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. (View Youtube video)
Sara Rosenbaum Speaks on the ACA in the 115th Congress at GW
Sara Rosenbaum inaugurated the Department of Health Policy and Management's Health Policy Experts Series on January 17 with a talk titled "The ACA in the 115th Congress: Starting the Repeal and Replace Discussion." A YouTube video of the talk is available here.
Video: Healthcare Informatics and the Affordable Care Act
In this video, HealthInformatics@GW Program Director Sam Hanna explains that healthcare informatics professionals have been involved in Affordable Care Act since its inception. Healthcare informatics professionals are well-positioned to help hospital administrators and others make sense of data and requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
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Video: How Will Wearable Technology Impact Healthcare?
“Healthcare is being disrupted on a daily basis by new technologies” including wearable technologies, tele-health, and mobile health, HealthInformatics@GW Program Director Sam Hanna explains in this video. The end result is more data that healthcare organizations need to manage. “Everybody is struggling with more data; they don’t know what to do with it.”