Mr. Raj Shah presenting during the Keynote Luncheon at the 2011 mHealth Summit on Using Mobile Technology to Build End-to-End Solutions for Patients Managing Chronic Diseases.
CTIS’ imHealthe™, a suite of interoperable mobile products, designed to cater to needs of medical professionals, patients, providers, and researchers alike.
Mr. Raj Shah participated in the TIME-Global Health Course on chronic and non-communicable diseases that allows medical students in India and the U.S. to compare, contrast, and discuss the experience of patients with heart disease.
Collaboration Education and Optimization (CEO) Driven Healthcare – A Personalized Health Solution for Prevention, Intervention and Management of Diseases.
Analytics: The Pivot Point to Transforming Health Insights – Changing our perspective of the value of the data will lead us to the future of better analysis and outcomes.
The Digital Health Forest: Health Information Economy – A new world of improved human health can be enabled through the creation of a Digital Health Forest.
Patients’ Rights – The health system must refashion itself into a service-oriented enterprise capable of delivering quality care to everyone.
Enabling Global Health through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – ICT and Education can mitigate global health problems by delivering the right health information to the right stakeholders at the right time.
Data Overload Management – We must refine data and identify new ways to convert data into smart information.
Better Chronic Disease Management – Healthcare intelligence tools can improve the ways in which a patient manages his or her own healthcare. These tools also allow providers to offer more comprehensive and tailored treatments.
The Business Case for mHealth – The government and private sector need to invest in an open-source, standards-based architectural platform to build mobile applications.
Plan for Wounded Warriors – Veterans remain susceptible to health disparities due to the shortage of on‐demand physicians, researchers, and health workers.
Future of Community Healthcare Providers – Healthcare systems and providers must place themselves at the forefront of the changing healthcare landscape, existing to fulfill both volume and value‐based requirements.
Performance Pyramid – The Performance Pyramid illustrates that through proper use of IT, process re-engineering, and organization optimization, the gaps, duplication, and fragmentation found in the overall health industry can be transformed into an end-to-end care solution, while reducing cost.