Join us as we discuss how innovative gamification strategies, multimedia game-based learning, and the creative use of incentives can provide a fun, engaging, and personalized learning experience that leads to meaningful behavior change and improved health outcomes.PANELISTS
Thomas M. Chamberlain, PharmD, Founder and CEO of EdLogics
Brian A. Primack, MD, PhD, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research on Health and Society; Leo H. Criep Endowed Chair for Patient Care; Director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology, and Health; and Full Professor with tenure of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Pittsburgh.
Fred S. Goldstein (moderator), President and Founder, Accountable Health LLC
Develop sustained engagement through the use of interactive multimedia education and innovative gamification strategies
Better connect and communicate with employees and covered dependents
Provide essential healthcare education in a fun, engaging, and trackable manner
Drive participation in existing wellness/benefits offerings through creative use of incentives
Equip employees and dependents with a reliable resource for health-related information
Thomas M. Chamberlain, PharmD, is Founder and CEO of EdLogics, an education-based consumer engagement company that provides innovative health education and learning management solutions to employers, health plans, healthcare providers, and government entities.
With more than 30 years of experience designing innovative educational programs and population health initiatives for the healthcare industry, Dr. Chamberlain brings a wealth of knowledge and insight to the design and development of highly effective consumer engagement and health literacy improvement solutions.
Through interactive game-based learning, multimedia educational programs, innovative gamification strategies, and rewards for educational achievement, EdLogics is transforming the way consumers learn about health. The EdLogics Platform™ makes learning fun and engaging, measures learning comprehension, improves health literacy, and empowers consumers to take greater responsibility for managing their health.
Prior to founding EdLogics, Dr. Chamberlain founded and served as the CEO of several healthcare organizations including the Center for Health Information, Managed Market Resources, The Benefit Design Institute, and The Center for Long Term Care Research and Education. He received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island, and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. He also completed advanced clinical residency programs at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and The Medical College of Virginia.
Brian A. Primack, MD, PhD is Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research on Health and Society; Leo H. Criep Endowed Chair for Patient Care; Director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology, and Health; and Full Professor with tenure of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Pittsburgh.
After graduating from Yale University with degrees in English and mathematics, Dr. Primack studied human development and psychology for his master's degree, which he received from Harvard University. He subsequently graduated first in his class from Emory Medical School and trained in family medicine in Pittsburgh.
Now on the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Dr. Primack combines his expertise in education, technology, human development, public health, and medicine by researching innovative ways of leveraging education and technology to improve health outcomes and quality of life.
He is the recent recipient of regional, national, and international awards for research, teaching, and overall achievement, including the University of Pittsburgh Innovation in Education Award, the New Investigator of the Year from the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine, the Robert Wood Johnson Faculty Physician Scholar Award, the Early Career Research Award from the Society of Behavioral Medicine, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Faculty Scholar Award, and the Outstanding Medical Student Mentoring Award for two years in a row (both 2013 and 2014).
Dr. Primack was recently featured as a mainstage speaker at the annual TEDMED conference in San Francisco, where he spoke about using gamification to improve health. He currently serves as a formal advisor to EdLogics.
Fred S. Goldstein is an advisor to EdLogics and the Founder and President of Accountable Health, LLC, a healthcare consulting firm focused on population health. He has over 30 years of experience in population health, disease management, and HMO and hospital operations. He is an expert in population health, care management, risk management, HIT, and health system design and development.
During his career, he founded a disease management company that provided services to 11 state Medicaid programs and numerous employer groups, operated an HMO that was ranked the highest quality Medicaid Health Plan in Florida, developed an award-winning mobile health app, and worked with employers to improve the health of their employees and lower the costs of healthcare.
Fred serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Population Health Management, the Advisory Board of the Care Innovations Validation Institute, the founding Advisory Board of Population Health News, the Best Practices Review Panel for the Institute for Medicaid Innovation at Medicaid Health Plans of America, and is past chair of the Board of Directors of the Population Health Alliance. He has also testified before the legislature in the states of Alaska, Florida, Kentucky, and Texas on disease and population health management and their application to state employees and Medicaid.
Fred received his MS in Health Care Administration from Trinity University and a BA in Zoology from the University of California, Berkeley.
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