Amy Hulberg is a manager of program operations for Health Leads and drives innovation in social needs interventions. As part of her innovation work, Amy collaborated with providers and researchers to co-create the Health Leads Screening Toolkit, a comprehensive guideline based on clinically-validated and patient-centered best practices for social needs screening. In her August Ed Talk, Amy will focus on the role of advocates in identifying and communicating often hidden challenges that patients face in pursuit of treatment and care.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
5:00 PM EST, 4:00 PM CT, 2:00 PM PST
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Mark Crockett, MD – CEO, Verge Solutions
Mark Crockett has led multiple successful enterprises in healthcare and has been a pioneer in healthcare informationtechnology. In addition to Verge Solutions, Mark is an emergency medicine physician, with both the practicing physician’s grasp of clinical and patient issues and a deep understanding of technology. his products in emergency medicine medical records, population health and clinical care improvements have been used in more than one thousand hospitals. Mark will talk about technology’s impact on the patient experience.
Josephine Ensign, FNP, MPH, DrPH – Associate Professor, University of Washington
Josephine Ensign is a writer and a nurse. Her forthcoming medical memoir, Catching Homelessness: A Nurse’s Story of Falling Through the Safety Net (Berkeley: She Writes Press, August 2016), has been named UW’s Health Sciences Common Book for academic year 2016/2017. Currently, she is working on a nonfiction book and multi-media project on the role of narrative in health and healing within the context of trauma and homelessness. Josephine’s talk addresses narrative medicine as a tool to shift the paradigm.
Michael Hebb is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Washington Communication Leadership Graduate Program and a Board Advisor at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. Michael believes that the table is one of the most effective vehicles for changing the world. His redefined hospitality has reached five continents and garnered coverage in the NY Times, The New Yorker, W, Art Forum, The Atlantic, The Guardian and dozens of international publications.
Angel Grant guides meditations on dying, healing addictive patterns and waking up from the cycle of suffering that is hard-wired into all human brains. Recent meditations have been held at The NY Academy of Medicine, Peak Mind’s event with the Dalai Lama for his 80th birthday, The Conscious Dying Summit, Newport Academy and Summit Series. She and Michael focus on reducing the discomfort in human interaction when it comes to talking about dying.
Stacey Tinianov – Patient Advocate, Community Engagement Consultant (@coffeemommy)
Since her diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer, Stacey has campaigned for patient engagement and empowerment using traditional and social media tools. She was an invited patient voice at the July 2015 President’s Cancer Panel workshop on The Connected Cancer Patient: Vision for the Future and Recommendations for Action and a faculty member for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s FlipTheClinic Summit. Through social media, Stacey believes “we can collectively transform the system to meet the clinical and holistic needs of both patients and providers.” Her message is simple—small innovations can lead to big change.
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