Putting “Big Data” To Work In Health Care | Johns Hopkins And Microsoft Disrupt The ICU | One Year Of Managing Cancer On The Job

Tue, 8 Mar 2016

Learn how to put “Big Data” to work in health care at the 2016 Johns Hopkins ACG System International Conference.
Meet and interact with ACG System users from across the globe and discover new features of Version 11.1 in person.

A leading cause of death in the U.S., preventable medical errors claim hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
Project Emerge, a joint effort between Johns Hopkins and Microsoft, is designed to save lives by creating a networked ICU.

Managing Cancer at Work celebrates its one-year anniversary by helping cancer patients ask for, and find support, at work.

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A Webinar 65 Years In The Making:
Infectious disease expert Dr. Noreen
Hynes of Johns Hopkins Hospital hosts
a webinar on the most recent
developments in the 65 year history
of the Zika Virus

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Wellness At Work:
A CDC study of 37,626 employees in
Washington State found that readily available
physical activity at the workplace can reduce
and help prevent obesity and improve long-term health

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Balance is a therapist-supported, digital behavioral health program that makes mental health care easier and more accessible.
The ACG System helps you combine a population-level perspective with patient-level behaviors and conditions, allowing you to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to your population’s unique health care needs.
Blossom is an interactive guide that combines biometric tech, expert advice and support from loved ones to help you assess, understand and optimize your fight against diabetes.
Work Stride offers cancer prevention and education, as well as personalized nurse navigation at each stage of the cancer journey. Designed for employees, dependents, caregivers and managers.