This week on A Healthier Charlotte: how technological innovation is affecting our health
Posted on 13 Mar 2012 by Bobby DeMuro
This week on A Healthier Charlotte, we look at how technological innovation is affecting health care, personal and public health, and health infrastructure in Charlotte and around the country.
We all use innovative technology every day, but how about in our own personal health care? And what about digital health innovation for populations and entire countries? We explore that this week on the show.
Our guest panel includes experts in various areas around health care, technology, and infrastructure, all of whom have cutting edge research and work in various field of health care that represent the future of technology within the health care field.
Dr. Michael Moore
Interim Director, Office of Academic Technologies, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Dr. Reuben Howden
Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Dr. Judy Cornelius
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
What About You?
How do you see technology evolving along with improved access to and delivery of health care services? Have you, or your doctor, used innovative medical technology to improve health care recently, like electronic medical records?
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