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Using person-centered health analytics to live longer : leveraging engagement, behavior change, and technology for a healthy life

Author: Dwight McNeill
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey : Pearson Education, [2015]
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Genre/Form: Livres électroniques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dwight McNeill
ISBN: 9780133890082 0133890082
OCLC Number: 915037819
Notes: Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 22 juil. 2015).
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (1 v.)
Contents: Introduction 1Background 4Solutions 7Toolkit for People 7Opportunities Portfolio for Stakeholders 12 Stakeholders 12Barriers to Widespread Adoption of pchA 13Areas of Opportunity 14Visualize SOPrDiMoCa 14Design for People 15Tailor Best Fit 15Sustain Passively and Actively 16Discover Alien Intelligence 16Extend...Don't Stand Alone 17Shape Momentum 17Rework Hackathons 18Assure Privacy 18Welcome Aboard 19PART I: IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES: THE FUSION OF HEALTH, ENGAGEMENT, DEMOCRACY, TECHNOLOGY, AND BEHAVIOR 21Chapter 1 It's About Health Outcomes 25Health Care's Veiled Purpose 25Measuring Health Outcomes 27The Uneasy Business of Health Outcomes 31Missed Opportunities 31New Pressures on the Business and Analytics 34Occupy Health Care 36Rebuilding the System 36Generation Unmoored 37Taking Off the White Coat 39Chapter 2 More Prevention, Less Treatment 43It Has to Be More about Health than Health Care 43More Prevention, Less Treatment 44More Upstream, Less Downstream 45More Socialized, Less Medicalized 46More Systems Thinking, Less Siloes 49More People, Less Patients 51Personal Behavior = 67 51Chronic Diseases "R" Us 51Measuring Burden and Risk 53Learning from Finland (Maybe 56Let's Get Back to the 67 57Everyone's Eyes on Five Behaviors 58Five Behaviors and the 20% Rule 58Whose Responsibility Is It 62A Culture of Health 62Chapter 3 Driving Health through Engagement 65Integrating Our Four Selves in Health 65Consumer 66Patient 67Citizen 68Customer 69Our Integrated Self 69Patient Engagement: What, Why, and Why Not 70What Is Patient Engagement 71Why Patient Engagement 72Why Is Patient Engagement So Rare 73Making Patient Engagement Work Better 76What Health Care Organizations Can Do 76What Patients Should Do 83Becoming Un-Patient 84Chapter 4 Forces of Democracy for Health 87Data Truths 87Whole Health Catalogue 87Show Me the Data 88The Case of 23andMe 90Am I Lab Worthy 91Superconsumers 92A Caveat on Self-Service 94Redirecting Our Free Time 95Crossing the Gap 97Relying on Me...and We 98Health Social Networks 99Examples of Health Social Networks 100Observations 104Chapter 5 High-Definition (HD) Health Data 105Overview 105pchA Data 105pchA Technical Cornerstones 106Beyond Personalized Medicine 107Genomics 108Consumer Genomics 110What's a Person to Do 113Sensors 114Not Ubiquitous, but Promising 116Achieving Results with Sensors 117Finally...Proof 121HIT and Health Records 122Electronic Health Records 123Challenges 124Kaiser Permanente 125Personal Health Records (PHRs 125Two Best Practices: Blue Button and My Health Manager 127The Connection between Data Availability and Quality of Care 129Chapter 6 The BIG Challenge of Behavior Change 131Paternalism 132Making Behavioral Changes Happen 134An Example: CAD 134Approaches to Behavior Change 135Comprehensive Modulate Programs 138Integrative Lifestyle Medicine 138Stages of Change 139Trusted Peers 141Common Features 143New Wave: Behavioral Economics 144Connected Devices and Apps 146Social Networks 147Gamification 148Overall: Promise and Pitfalls 149Analytics to Support Behavioral Change 150Opportunities/Challenges 151PART II: BUILDING THE TOOLKIT FOR PERSON-CENTERED HEALTH ANALYTICS 155Chapter 7 Getting Started with the Toolkit 159Driving Directions 160Knowing Me 160Protecting Health 160Minding Illness 161Managing Data 161Rules for the Road: A Top-Ten List 162Chapter 8 Driving Directions 165The Five Stages of Change 165Chapter 9 Knowing Me 171Health Status and Risks 172Annual Physical Exam 172Health Risk Assessment (HRAs 174Well-Being Measurement 177Genomic Health Risks (Optional 180Engagement and Self-Care 182Patient Activation 182Social Risks 185Personality 188Analytics Capabilities 189Health Literacy 191eHealth Literacy 192Digital Competencies 193Summary of Knowing Me Toolkit 195Chapter 10 Protecting Health 197Self-Monitoring 200Sitting 201Eating 204Smoking 206Drinking 207Information 208Summary of Protecting Health Toolkit 210Chapter 11 Minding Illness 213Self-Monitoring 216Diabetes 216Ischemic Heart Disease 220Taking Medications 222Self-Triage and Peer Communities 224Self-Triage 224Peer Communities 228Summary of Minding Illness Toolkit 230Chapter 12 Managing Data 233Get Data 234Portals 236Services 238Choosing Providers 241Store Data 244What Needs to Be Stored 246How to Store It 248Protect Data 251Computer Hygiene 253Social Media 254pchA 255Summary of Managing Data Toolkit 259PART III: STAKEHOLDERS SUPPORTING PERSON-CENTERED HEALTH ANALYTICS 261Chapter 13 Stakeholders: Influencing the Adoption of pchA 263Roles of Key Stakeholders 264Health Care Providers 265Health Companies 266Health Insurers 267Government 268Technology 269Working Together 270Chapter 14 Barriers to Widespread Adoption of pchA 271Physician Practice 272Value for the Patient 272Help or Hinder Practice 273Organizational Integration and Approval 273Payment and Cost 274Reimbursement 275Payment System 276Cost 276Proof 277Tools Ordered by Doctors 277Tools That Substitute for Doctors 278Nonmedical Tools 278Proof Summary 279Pleasing the Customer 279The Fizz in Digital Health Product Development 279The Fizzle in Consumer Demand 280From Slick and Tick and Stick 282The Job Consumers Are Trying to Do 283Privacy 284Obfuscation 284The Feds Taking Notice 285Chapter 15 Opportunities for Stakeholders to Advance pchA 287Visualize SOPrDiMoCa 287Design for People 289 Understanding the Customer 290Multiple Methods for Designing for People 290Tailor Best Fit 291Learning from Radical Personalization 292All the Data That's Fit for Modeling 293Sustain Passively and Actively 294Sustain Passively 294Sustain Actively 295Discover Alien Intelligence 296AI Maturity, Finally 296AI for Health 297Extend...Don't Stand Alone 298Integrated Systems 298Health Management Programs 299Medicare and the ACA 300Shape Momentum 300Government Actions 301Multisector Partnerships 302Profuse Funding 302Rework Hackathons 303Hack This 303Swimming with the Sharks 305Assure Privacy 306Regulation 306Industry Code of Conduct 308 Epilogue 311Wrapping Up 311Looking Forward 312Staying Current 314 References 315 Index 353 How to dramatically improve health outcomes by using data, technology, and behavioral science to empower individuals as agents of change.
Other Titles: Leveraging engagement, behavior change, and technology for a healthy life
Responsibility: Dwight McNeill.


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