Connected and Coordinated Care Committee

Mission

The Connected Health Committee's mission is to inform, educate, and support those who develop, implement and use mobile and other personal health technologies for timely, secure data sharing, improved engagement, and care coordination to support better health outcomes. The committee supports, demonstrates, and promotes the use of these technologies in a supportive environment which improves patient satisfaction and health outcomes, while enabling population health management and healthcare system efficiency. The committee focuses on the use of personal connected health devices by individuals, clinicians, health systems, and LTPAC organizations.

The committee's work products will be resources that empower organizations and individuals to implement and adopt person-centric technologies. The work products will support healthcare's global shift toward the development of meaningful tools that are available "anytime and anywhere, remain secure, convenient, and engaging. This shift is occurring with the expectation that personal and community health is improved when individuals and providers have access to integrated data, tools that bring insights and support action, in an environment where system change is encouraged. 

The committee will address concepts including:

  • Data liquidity and interoperability of clinical, administrative, and consumer-generated data
  • Current process, design, attitude, and workflow challenges
  • Current best practices and new approaches that respect patient privacy and choice
  • Leveraging technology for equitable access to care

Topics addressed may include

  • Mobile devices and applications
  • Portals
  • Behavior change
  • Remote patient monitoring
  • Security
  • Telehealth
  • Access to health in remote, rural & underserved regions
  • Health-Tech Workforce development
  • Wearables
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Data Standards
  • Shared decision-making strategies

Committee Members

Christina Caraballo, MBA

Christina Caraballo, MBA
Senior Healthcare Strategist
Get Real Health

Chair

 
 

Marianne Berger, MSN, RN, CCM
Ambulatory Analyst-Physician Liaison
MedStar Health

 
David A. Butler, BSME, FHIMSS, MBA

David A. Butler, BSME, FHIMSS, MBA
President
Heartland Innovations, LLC.

 
John F. Derr, RPh

John F. Derr, RPh
CEO
JD & Associates Enterprises, Inc.

 
Anthony Dunnigan, MD, MBI

Anthony Dunnigan, MD, MBI
Chief Medical Information Officer
Maricopa Integrated Health Systems

 
Steve Earle CPHIMS, FHIMSS, PMP

Steve Earle CPHIMS, FHIMSS, PMP
Project Manager
Care New England Health System

 
Rodney N. Goodie, MBA

Rodney Goodie, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
St. Hope Foundation

 
Leslie Kelly Hall

Leslie Kelly Hall
Senior Vice President, Policy
Healthwise, Inc.

 
Despina Hopkins, RN, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

Despina Hopkins, RN, CPHIMS, FHIMSS
Site Director, Marina Del Rey Hospital
Cedars-Sinai, Enterprise Information Services

 
 

Carmin Hunter-Siegert, PMP, MBA
Director, Provider Consulting
Optum

 
 

Ratnakar Malla
Director, Engineering
Scanadu

 
Jay Srini

Jay Srini
Chief Innovation Officer
Strategic Consulting Solutions

 

Advisory Member

Robert Jarrin, JD

Robert Jarrin, JD
Senior Director, Government Affairs
Qualcomm Incorporated