Date(s) - 06/11/2015
7:45 am - 9:30 am
How Recent Trends In Mobile Healthcare Technology Will AFFECT You
The surge in computing power and mobile connectivity have fashioned a foundation for mobile health (mHealth) technologies that can transform the mode and quality of clinical research and health care on a global scale. Unimpeded by geographical boundaries, smartphone-linked wearable sensors, point-of-need diagnostic devices, and medical-grade imaging, all built around real-time data streams and supported by automated clinical decision–support tools, will enable care and enhance our understanding of physiological variability. However, the path to mHealth incorporation into clinical care is fraught with challenges. We currently lack high-quality evidence that supports the adoption of many new technologies and have financial, regulatory, and security hurdles to overcome. Fortunately, sweeping efforts are under way to establish the true capabilities and value of the evolving mHealth field.
PRESENTER – Rick Casteel, VP-IT, for Upper Chesapeake Healthcare
Graduated from Havre de Grace High
Graduated from Harford Community College R.N. Nursing Program
Worked at Fallston General Hospital as a Staff Nurse
Completed Bachelor in Science in Nursing – UMBC
Worked at University of Maryland Downtown Campus
Returned to Harford Memorial and was the first clinical analyst on the EMR project
Moved to IT administration and completed Masters in Computer Information Systems
Became VP of IT in 2002
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