Fighting the Cesarean Epidemic with Phones & Data
Let’s use different tools to address a dangerous trend in childbirth that has defied traditional public health strategies: Four innovators explain how we can use big data, design thinking, and mobile technology to tackle the cesarean epidemic.
- Besides implementing clinical protocols for healthcare providers working in hospitals, what else can be to address the cesarean epidemic in the U.S.?
- We want our doctors to be experts, and our apps to be disruptive and innovative; how do we get doctors and apps to work together?
- We have big data on the cesarean epidemic, and yet we don’t entirely understand why it’s unchecked. What are we missing here?
- Neel Shah, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical school, and Director of the Delivery Decisions Initiative at the Ariadne Labs for Health Systems Innovation, Ariadne Labs and Harvard Medical School
- Steve Hasley, Chief Medical Information Officer, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- Adam Wolfberg, Chief Medical Officer, Ovia Health
- Amy Young, Professor and Chair, The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School
Adam Wolfberg, Chief Medical Officer, Ovia Health
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