Mobile Health: Increasing Access Across the Community

Mobile Health: Increasing Access Across the Community

May 04, 2022

On Demand

Presenters

  • Written By:
    Elizabeth Wallace
    Executive Director
    Mobile Healthcare Association
  • Written By:
    Jacinta Staples, MSN, RN
    Director, Community-Clinic Collaborations
    Patrick Magoon Institute for Healthy Communities; Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
  • Written By:
    Lisa Glover-Jones
    Community Health Manager
    St. Louis Children's Hospital

About This Event

Children’s hospitals bring health care to those who need it through mobile health initiatives. Learn from a newly established program at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago about where to start and key issues to address. From the well-established program at St. Louis Children's Hospital, learn about the impact of a long-term investment, how to gain support from within, and how to bring wraparound services. Both programs have found ways to engage and work with the community. Each panelist will share what they have learned about getting started, program evaluation, sustainability, and impact. A panel format will allow for a moderated discussion.

Learning Objectives

  • Determine key concepts in starting a new mobile health program.
  • Identify ways to enhance sustainability for a mobile health program.
  • Discuss lessons learned.

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