Information and telecommunications technology have evolved drastically over the past 2 decades and transformed many industries. Healthcare has experienced important changes but continues to lag. What have we learned from our experiences that inform us as we explore the implementation of various technologies designed to advance quality and access? What is the status of telehealth/eHealth/Connected Health in California, especially as it relates to vulnerable populations? This talk will explore these themes and the importance for on-going, multi-disciplinary engagement. Jana Katz-Bell will approach this topic not as a healthcare provider nor an engineer — but as a person who has been involved in implementation of many telehealth applications over the past decade and from a policy and sustainability perspective.
This semester marks the start of a new format for CITRIS seminars. The i4Energy seminar series will be included in the Research Exchange seminar series. This format gives us chance to focus on each of our initiatives in turn, bringing challenging speakers to discuss their research and join in an ongoing discussion at CITRIS.
The seminars are held in in the Banatao Auditorium of Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus, and box lunches are provided *with registration*.
Registration for each event (by the Monday prior at 3pm) is required for lunch at UC Berkeley at
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