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Presentation describing the launch of the Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy, Center for Consumer Health Informatics Research

Presentation describing the launch of the Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy, Center for Consumer Health Informatics Research

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  • 1. Kevin A. Clauson, PharmDLaunching a Center for Consumer Health Informatics Research
  • 2. PeopleTechnology Informatics Information Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics, 2010.
  • 3. Consumer Health InformaticsField that studies and incorporates patient preferences, behaviors,tools, and technologies in order tohelp inform their decision making and manage their health Adapted from www.amia.org
  • 4. Everyone is tackling medical informatics(but not the consumer-focused specialty)
  • 5. FOUNDATIONS OFCENTER FOR CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATICSRESEARCH (CCHIR) INFORMATION CONSUMER MEDICINES HEALTH HEALTH PUBLIC NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
  • 6. How do the goals of the Center fit together?CONSUMERHEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH SERVICE TRAININGINFORMATICS
  • 7. Dr. Clauson Consumer Health Informatics
  • 8. Treatment #1 Treatment #3 Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2009.60% of e-patients said health information found online affected their treatment decisions
  • 9. eHealthLiteracy Lily Model eHEALS Health literacy scale J Med Internet Res 2006;8(2):e9. J Med Internet Res 2006;8(4):e27.
  • 10. Dr. Fass Medicines Information Journal of Medical Marketing 2008;8:311-8. Journal of Direct, Data and Digital Marketing Practice 2008;9:231-44.
  • 11. Pharmacovigilance 2.0 to detect atypical events
  • 12. Web-based method to mine patientviews on prescription drug abuse issues J Affect Disord 2011;130(1-2):290-3.
  • 13. Dr. Garcia Public Health Informatics Application “in areas of public health (surveillance, reporting, and health promotion)” Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics, 2010.
  • 14. Population-leveldata aggregation
  • 15. Example intersection of three foci Consumer Mobile Health health Medicines Public information health
  • 16. mHealth is the use of mobile devicesand global networks to deliver health services and information
  • 17. 82% of American adults have a cell phone* Owns *Range: 57% (65+) to 90% (18-29)Pew Cell Phones and American Adults 2010 Does not own
  • 18. Pew Internet Mobile Access 2010 87% of blacks and Hispanics own a cell phone**Compared to 80% of whites
  • 19. Pew Internet Mobile Access 2010 Hispanics use their phone to go online and to text more frequently than any other group**English-speaking Hispanics
  • 20. Consumers would most prefer to receive a medication reminder via: Phone call 1.3 Buzzing drug 2.5 vial Email 15.2 Phone alarm 19.5 App 20.3 Text 41.1 message/SMS 0 20 40 60 80 100 PercentSource: Consumer Health Information Corporation, April 2011 (n=395)
  • 21. Mobile is going to be the real GAMECHANGER
  • 22. Opportunities down the road
  • 23. CENTER FOR CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATICS RESEARCHSelected current and in-process studies SMS in HIV Texting in Diabetes Medicines Silver Surfer Dr. Alkhateeb Dr. Clauson Information Dr. Caballero Dr. Ayala Dr. Elrod Survey Dr. Clauson Dr. Clauson Dr. Garcia Dr. Clauson Dr. Jacobs Dr. Eckardt Ms. Masmouei Dr. Fass Mr. Jacob Dr. Sherman Dr. Sherman Dr. Carvajal mHealth & Wiki Meds Social Media Pharmacovigilance Participatory Readability in Pharmacy Dr. Clauson Medicine Dr. Clauson Education Dr. Fass Dr. Alvarez Dr. Miles Dr. Clauson Dr. Holness Dr. Clauson Dr. Pelcher Dr. Joseph Dr. SeamonMr. Kchao/Ms. Lewis Dr. Singh-Franco Dr. Pandya Dr. Sircar Dr. Perez Dr. Wolowich Dr. Singh-Franco
  • 24. Wireless Assisted LivingOne way to help managethe approaching storm ofan increasingly agingpopulation
  • 25. Consumer Health Informatics Fellowship
  • 26. Consumer HealthInformatics & Web 2.0 in Healthcare elective Course began in 2009 at NSU 2nd offering in COP4th offering in COM MSBI Program
  • 27. Thank you for your time!
  • 28. Images• http://flux.fm/sites/default/files/images/frontpage/152294main_Launch-lg.jpg• http://vimeo.com/14032810• http://www.amia.org/programs/working-groups/programs/consumer-health-informatics• http://thegazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/malloy.jpg• http://asthmapolis.com/• http://www.who.int/goe/en/• http://leomessiofficial.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/leo_messi_wallpaper4.jpg• http://www.pmhh.com/files/image/other/pharmacy(1).jpg• http://www.wikipedia.org/
  • 29. Images• http://www.writeonresults.com/Images/Samples/KraftEnvelope.gif• http://www.manhattan.lib.ks.us/images/meetingrooms/techclassroom.jpg• http://bit.ly/nLvzqt• http://www.crtutor.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/pharmacovigilance1.jpg• http://savemeadowbank.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/save-meadowbank-meeting3-hands-up.jpg?w=549&h=275 Unreferenced presentation images are licensed for use
  • 30. CCHIRinfo@nova.eduhttp://pharmacy.nova.edu/CCHIR/

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