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Presentation at the January Meetup, in anticipation for hosting the March meetup, which will be on Transportation and Health. @kptotalhealth @techiesdc . In the world of total health, there is a......

Presentation at the January Meetup, in anticipation for hosting the March meetup, which will be on Transportation and Health. @kptotalhealth @techiesdc . In the world of total health, there is a connection to transportation. A big one. Thanks to Arlington County's Mobilty Lab @MobilityLabTeam for hosting this one.

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  • 1. Transportation Techies Meetup | March 6, 2014 Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, Washington, DC • @kptotalhealth • @tedeytan co-sponsored by Kaiser Permanente Digital Technology and Operations & Community Benefit “we’re here from the future”
  • 2. designedtomove.org
  • 3. #activetransportation § Less than one quarter of U.S. adults in a nationally representative sample reported walking or bicycling for transportation in a typical week. After adjusting for potential confounders, engaging in active transportation was associated with lower BMI, smaller waist circumference, and lower odds of hypertension and diabetes. Furie GL, Desai MM. Active transportation and cardiovascular disease risk factors in U.S. adults. Am. J. Prev. Med. 2012;43(6):621–8. Available at: http://www.ajpmonline.org/article/ S0749-3797(12)00602-2/abstract [Accessed November 5, 2013].
  • 4. Changing our mental models
  • 5. Looking at the numbers How % US much $ GDP Number of workers Proportion of total US workforce (145 million) % of green house gas emissions Health Care 2.7 Trillion 18% 16 million 11% 8% Food System 1.8 Trillion 13% 20 million 17% 7% Transportation 1.4 Trillion 9.8% 11 million 8% 28% Public Transportation 0.054 Trillion 0.00037% 0.4 million 0.3% ? Check my work! see https://delicious.com/tedeytan/comparison for sources
  • 6. chna.org @communitycommon
  • 7. sustainabledc.org @sustaindc
  • 8. Green Building Information Gateway: gbig.org
  • 9. Why. “Dream Grounds for a Dream Hospital” Source: http://kasierpermanentehistory.org ; Joe Bialowitz, MS, HEM, Senior Environmental Stewardship Consultant, Kaiser Permanente
  • 10. Why. “Showcases of modern, green hospital design” Follow: @KPGreenHC Source: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130819005270/en/Mazzetti-Congratulates-Kaiser-Permanente-Opening-Westside-Medical ; http://xnet.kp.org/newscenter/pressreleases/scal/2012/011712sandiegosolar.html
  • 11. Permanente Medicine
  • 12. What will happen with diabetes? Pre-diabetes 20131 ! 852,301 52% develop diabetes 29% develop over 10 over diabetesyears23 years2 New cases of diabetes by ! 2016 ! members with type 2 DM in 20123 ! ! 247,167 477,383 ! ! New cases of diabetes by 2023 443,197 1 – Preliminary data; Care Management Institute Analysis March 2013. 2 – Diabetes Prevention Research Group; Diabetes Prevention Program 3 – Preliminary data; CMI Analysis, as of March 31 2012. CORE KP HEDIS Diabetes cohort, minus expected % of Type 1 diabetes per CDC national prevalence
  • 13. Health doesn’t happen here
  • 14. …it happens here
  • 15. Meetups can be healthy! GlassDC meetup: Google Glass and Future Health, June 18, 2013, Center for Total Health
  • 16. see you next month. and then in March!