Patient-Generated Data Forum

Connected Health and Patient-Generated Data

May 8, 2015
9:30-11:30 am
The Research Triangle Foundation

The future of health care delivery is connected, continuous, empowered, and personal. Digital capabilities are a foundational element to enable a successful shift to Connected Care and now many organizations are working through how to design, operationalize and sustain a digital care program that provides new and quality access to care to improve outcomes. In addition, organizations must determine how to ingest, analyze, and produce meaningful insight with new forms of data, specifically patient-generated data.

This panel will look at changes in access to care, recent trends in the market place, integration of patient-generated data into healthcare workflows, and the infrastructure (e.g., data lakes) needed to support these powerful new capabilities.


  • Matt Keating, Chief Technologist in the Strategic Innovation Group at Booz Allen Hamilton, will discuss trends and technology and present a case study of work performed at the Veterans Administration.
  • Martin Sizemore, Chief Data Officer at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital, will discuss collecting patient-generated data using observations of daily living and the use of gamification to engage patients.
  • John Reites, Senior Director Product and Strategy at Quintiles, will discuss the use of patient-generated data in research and clinical trials, and how to improve the patient experience.
  • Holt Anderson, Principal of Learning Health Strategies, will serve as moderator.


Research Triangle Foundation of NC, 12 Davis Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC. For directions, click here.


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