eHealth Executive Summit

May 7, 2014
Washington, DC, District of Columbia

On May 7, The Atlantic and the National Council for Behavioral Health hosted leaders in the healthcare industry and policy, case studies of cutting-edge technology, and expert evaluations of the potential that data, networks, and devices have to cure ills and encourage wellness. With a tech-enabled future onand forthe brain, experts examined the latest in the digital revolution of behavioral health.

eHealth Executive Summit Welcome Remarks

The Atlantic's Emily Akhtarzandi and National Council for Behavioral Health's Chief Executive Officer Linda Rosenberg

Headline Interview

Jacob Reider, Deputy National Coordinator for Health IT, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Panel Discussion

Integrated Care: Patient Health and Technology Goals in 2014

Presentation

An Innovative Video Game for Depression

Panel Discussion

Breakthrough Digital Technologies: Supporting Physicians, Supporting Patients

Presentation

Transforming Technology You Already Own

Panel Discussion

Tech for the K-12 Crowd: Creating Community for Kids to Encourage Wellness

The Hotel Monaco

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Presented by

Atlantic Live

Speakers

Agenda

12:30 pm Guest Arrival and Registration

1:00 pm Welcome Remarks

Headline Interview with Jacob Reider, Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services @Jacobr
Interviewer: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large, The Atlantic @SCClemons

Panel Discussion: Integrated Care: Patient Health and Technology Goals in 2014
Moderator: James Hamblin, Senior Editor, The Atlantic @jameshamblin

  • Benjamin S. Bunney, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at Yale and Senior Advisor, Cobalt Therapeutics@YaleMed
  • Thomas Insel, Director, National Institute of Mental Health @NIMHgov
  • Raja Mazumder, Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, The George Washington University @GWSMHS
  • Wendy Nilsen, Health Scientist Administrator, National Institutes of Health; Program Director, Smart and Connected Health, National Science Foundation @WendyNilsen

Presentation: An Innovative Video Game for Depression with David Burt, Founder, Chairman, & Chief Executive Officer, LinkedWellness @LinkedWellness

Panel Discussion: Breakthrough Digital Technologies: Supporting Physicians, Supporting Patients
Moderator: Steve Clemons

  • Scott Cousino, Chief Executive Officer, myStrength
  • Jen Hyatt, Chief Executive Officer, Big White Wall Ltd @jennyhyatt
  • Bevey Miner, Head of Strategic Relationships, Ginger.io @ginger_io
  • Bruce Springer, Chief Executive Officer, OneHealth @bruce_springer

Presentation: Transforming Technology You Already Own with Adam Kaplin, Inventor and Co-developer, Mood247.com

Panel Discussion: Tech for the K-12 Crowd: Creating Community for Kids to Encourage Wellness
Moderator: James Hamblin

  • Michael Pelfini, Chief Executive Officer, Inspire USA @Inspire_USA
  • Viraj Puri, Founder, Bullyvention @bully_vention
  • Deborah Temkin, Bullying Prevention Manager, Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights @DrDebTemkin
  • James Wendorf, Executive Director, National Center for Learning Disabilities @LDorg

4:00 pm Event Conclusion

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