Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research.

Lisa K. Marriott, David A. Nelson, Shauntice Allen, Karen Calhoun, Christina E. Eldredge, Kim S. Kimminau, Robert J. Lucero, Fernando Pineda-Reyes, Bernice B. Rumala, Arti P. Varanasi, June S. Wasser, Jackilen (Jackie) Shannon

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Abstract

The August 2011 Clinical and Translational Science Awards conference "Using IT to Improve Community Health: How Health Care Reform Supports Innovation" convened four "Think Tank" sessions. Thirty individuals, representing various perspectives on community engagement, attended the "Health information technology (HIT) as a resource to improve community health and education" session, which focused on using HIT to improve patient health, education, and research involvement. Participants discussed a range of topics using a semistructured format. This article describes themes and lessons that emerged from that session, with a particular focus on using HIT to engage communities to improve health and reduce health disparities in populations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalScience Translational Medicine
Volume4
Issue number119
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StatePublished - Feb 1 2012

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Marriott, L. K., Nelson, D. A., Allen, S., Calhoun, K., Eldredge, C. E., Kimminau, K. S., ... Shannon, J. J. (2012). Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Science Translational Medicine, 4(119). https://doi.org/10.1126/scitranslmed.3003363

Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. / Marriott, Lisa K.; Nelson, David A.; Allen, Shauntice; Calhoun, Karen; Eldredge, Christina E.; Kimminau, Kim S.; Lucero, Robert J.; Pineda-Reyes, Fernando; Rumala, Bernice B.; Varanasi, Arti P.; Wasser, June S.; Shannon, Jackilen (Jackie).

In: Science Translational Medicine, Vol. 4, No. 119, 01.02.2012.

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Marriott, LK, Nelson, DA, Allen, S, Calhoun, K, Eldredge, CE, Kimminau, KS, Lucero, RJ, Pineda-Reyes, F, Rumala, BB, Varanasi, AP, Wasser, JS & Shannon, JJ 2012, 'Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research.', Science Translational Medicine, vol. 4, no. 119. https://doi.org/10.1126/scitranslmed.3003363
Marriott, Lisa K. ; Nelson, David A. ; Allen, Shauntice ; Calhoun, Karen ; Eldredge, Christina E. ; Kimminau, Kim S. ; Lucero, Robert J. ; Pineda-Reyes, Fernando ; Rumala, Bernice B. ; Varanasi, Arti P. ; Wasser, June S. ; Shannon, Jackilen (Jackie). / Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. In: Science Translational Medicine. 2012 ; Vol. 4, No. 119.
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