Participants will gain a basic understanding of design thinking, how it differs from analytical thinking, and how to apply it to healthcare innovation.
Digital Health Day brings Johns Hopkins health tech innovators together to explore the possibilities
and resources across disciplines. Join us to learn about how to leverage digital
health in your clinical practice and partner with start-ups to expand your reach.
The Chesapeake region’s digital health ecosystem will converge this event to advance
local digital health innovation
Keynote: Anand Iyer, Chief Strategy Officer for WellDoc
Design Thinking for Innovations in Healthcare (West Room)
Planning Technology Evaluation (Miles Room)
Participants will learn how to navigate from concept to clinical testing and plan for the clinical evaluation of technology as a critical step towards adoption.
Population Health Analytics at Johns Hopkins (Tilghman Auditorium)
Participants will gain access to currently available population health analytics tools developed at JHU featuring the Johns Hopkins ACG System.
Incorporating Telemedicine into your Practice (MRB-G03)
Participants will learn how to assess practice readiness, identify opportunities, and understand the complete process of telemedicine integration from project application to go-live.
Idea to Paper: Wireframing (MRB-G07)
Participants will develop paper wireframes to visualize a software solution to a proposed problem and leave with guidelines for designing an interface for their own digital solution ideas.
Digital Partnerships + Accelerating Disruption (Miles Room)
Participants will leave with an understanding of external partnerships as a critical concept in innovation and the importance of 'inside out' versus 'outside in' disruption.
Building + Deploying Mobile Phone Surveys (Tilghman Auditorium)
Participants will learn how to design and implement mobile phone surveys from choosing a mode, sampling, raising participation rates, and balancing length.
MyChart: Bringing Apps to Admitted Patients (MRB-G03)
Participants will have an opportunity to interact directly with non-production tablets while learning about the current and future capabilities of MyChart Bedside.
Early Sales Planning: Perfecting the Customer Pitch (MRB-G07)
Participants will gain insight on how to fill the gap between investor and customer pitches in order to get over the early sales planning hump and develop a revenue stream.
Resource Showcase + Lunch
Hexcite Final Pitch
Building Enterprise Apps that Integrate with Hospital Systems (West Room)
Participants will learn of techniques to consider when building an enterprise healthcare application that leverages hospital data and is widely accessible by hospital staff.
Digital Behavior Change Interventions (Miles Room)
Participants will leave with considerations for planning a digital behavior change intervention to increase user engagement in low- and middle-income countries.
Academic Informatics: Moving your Career Forward (MRB-G03)
Participants will learn of various funding sources for informatics research resources to advance informatics research at Johns Hopkins and how to assemble a successful proposal for NIH Career Development (K) Awards.
Integrating Digital Health into Clinical Research (MRB-G07)
Participants will brainstorm potential clinical research and patient engagement project ideas and participate in an interactive build session with encouragement to participate in an RFP Innovation Challenge.
Turner Conference Center
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21205