WHY IT MATTERS
PSYCHO-SOCIOLOGICAL IMPACT OF AAIS ON PATIENTS: A MAJOR SAFETY ISSUE
dataTechnology is a dominant part of our lives, shaping our worldviews and behaviours that have crucial impact on our health choices.
habitsIt's like a new social group but unlike ever before we'll all be interconnecting with it.
ethicsBig disruption: traditional social norms do not apply. And we need new safety measures in their place.
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MANAGING THE PSYCHO-SOCIOLOGICAL IMPACT OF HEALTHTECH
Digital transformation in healthcare is going mainstream, promising higher quality of care at a lower cost for all. And right on time, as only two years ago World Health Organization calculated the cost of not taking action to address the spread of noncommunicable diseases - 7 trillion dollars in 20 years. Telemedicine allows for a cheaper infrastructure of medical consultations, connected hardware means remote monitoring 24/7 and big data helps researchers find patterns in the spread of diseases and better target preventive activities.
Health Action Tank is an independent non-profit research organization focused on digital transformation in healthcare. It’s role is to provide actionable insights on the psycho-sociological impact of healthcare technologies before they become mainstream challenges.
HACT's recent projects include:
1. Leading research on AaIS safety: - guide to ethical data management for Stanford's Market for Good (currently: Digital Impact) - joint research with IBM on human behaviors in contacts with automated health services
2. Participation in interdisciplinary international research projects on healthcare digitalization: - The Digital Health Society coordinated by European Connected Health Alliance (EU) - The Health Story Project by Health Information Management Systems Society (US)
3. Advocacy – policy & industry best practices: - giving feedback to international initiatives (EU) - giving feedback to industry best practices (e.g. IEEE)
4. Ambassadorship of health tech initiatives (e.g. Health IT Week)