Well-designed mobil tools can increase clinics outcomes and reduce burden for screening developmental and behavioral issues

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 404
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Description:

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Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: 1 in 7 children 2-8 years old has a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. Yet 50% of pediatrics are not conducting screenings. Meanwhile, access to mobile health platforms is increasing. This session will explore how pediatric staff can use digital health tools to reduce clinic burden while increasing clinical outcomes.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Jin Lee is the executive director of the Qidza foundation and is dedicated to ensure a healthy start for all kids under age five. Dr. Lee was formerly a committee member for the American Heart Association and worked in the innovation and venture arms of Humana, 4th largest health insurance company, and Providence St. Joseph Health, 3rd largest nonprofit hospital system. She’s a mentor for multiple health accelerator programs and startups. Dr. Lee previously taught developmental psychology, biology, and neuroscience in high schools and colleges. Dr. Lee has been featured on numerous healthcare blogs and has been a featured speaker at multiple events such as the TEDxPeacePlaza, Sirius XM radio, SXSW, European Academy of Pediatrics, Aspen Institute Children's Forum, and National Early Head Start. She received her Ph.D in Developmental & Child Psychology from the University of Oxford and received her BAs in Neuroscience and Biology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Primary Presenter Institution: Qidza Foundation
Presenter 2 Institution: Qidza Foundation
Presenter 2 Bio: Virpal Singh possesses over 10 years of experience delivering sales and marketing solutions and creating growth strategies. He was an invited speaker at the 2018 NHSA’s Early Childhood Innovation Summit and 2018 CityMatch Leadership & MCH Epidemiology conference.
Presenter 3 Bio: Jennifer Hart, M.S. Ed, is a dual-certified early childhood educator with over 8 years of experience serving children and families in diverse settings. She received her master’s degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Hunter College School of Education in New York City, where she began her career working as a teacher in a Head Start program. Since then, she’s taught special education in integrated Kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms and served as a social-emotional specialist helping implement curriculum, leading professional development, coaching teachers, and supporting families through the referral process for early intervention services. Currently, she works as a consultant and marketing manager for BabyNoggin, a company empowering providers and parents with digital developmental screening tools.
Presenter 3 Institution: Qidza Foundation
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: 1 in 7 children 2-8 years old has a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. Yet 50% of pediatrics are not conducting screenings. Meanwhile, access to mobile health platforms is increasing. This session will explore how pediatric staff can use digital health tools to reduce clinic burden while increasing clinical outcomes.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dr. Jin Lee is the executive director of the Qidza foundation and is dedicated to ensure a healthy start for all kids under age five. Dr. Lee was formerly a committee member for the American Heart Association and worked in the innovation and venture arms of Humana, 4th largest health insurance company, and Providence St. Joseph Health, 3rd largest nonprofit hospital system. She’s a mentor for multiple health accelerator programs and startups. Dr. Lee previously taught developmental psychology, biology, and neuroscience in high schools and colleges. Dr. Lee has been featured on numerous healthcare blogs and has been a featured speaker at multiple events such as the TEDxPeacePlaza, Sirius XM radio, SXSW, European Academy of Pediatrics, Aspen Institute Children's Forum, and National Early Head Start. She received her Ph.D in Developmental & Child Psychology from the University of Oxford and received her BAs in Neuroscience and Biology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Primary Presenter Institution: Qidza Foundation
Presenter 2 Institution: Qidza Foundation
Presenter 2 Bio: Virpal Singh possesses over 10 years of experience delivering sales and marketing solutions and creating growth strategies. He was an invited speaker at the 2018 NHSA’s Early Childhood Innovation Summit and 2018 CityMatch Leadership & MCH Epidemiology conference.
Presenter 3 Bio: Jennifer Hart, M.S. Ed, is a dual-certified early childhood educator with over 8 years of experience serving children and families in diverse settings. She received her master’s degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Hunter College School of Education in New York City, where she began her career working as a teacher in a Head Start program. Since then, she’s taught special education in integrated Kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms and served as a social-emotional specialist helping implement curriculum, leading professional development, coaching teachers, and supporting families through the referral process for early intervention services. Currently, she works as a consultant and marketing manager for BabyNoggin, a company empowering providers and parents with digital developmental screening tools.
Presenter 3 Institution: Qidza Foundation