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Safety Net Clinics discuss the use of technology in outreach to vulnerable populations

May 18, 2017 by

Last Thursday, May 11, the Digital Health Innovation Team convened its 6th Digital Health Innovation Forum. This event focused on technology assisting safety net clinics in the Kansas City area. Strategy leaders from Swope Health Services, Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, Wyandotte Community Health Center, and Kansas City CARE Clinic led the discussion. The situation […]

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CareConnext provides holistic solutions to cardiac failure

May 11, 2017 by

Elizabeth Blanchard Hills created her company, CareConnext, when, after on assignment as a TV healthcare journalist, she observed how many cardiac failure patients slip through the cracks at the point of discharge. Her idea initially was to create a series of videos to send home with patients to help them maintain their health regimens between […]

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KCDD’s Project Helix advances in RWJF Choosing Care Challenge

May 10, 2017 by

Kansas City Digital Drive’s health application, Project Helix, won $5,000 and advanced to the next round of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Choosing Care Challenge on April 24.Project Helix has the potential to win more funding in the final round: another $5,000 for third place, $15,000 for second place and $50,000 for first. RWJF’s Choosing […]

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Digital Inclusion hears from UMKC, Google Fiber and focuses on digital inclusion themes to address

May 10, 2017 by

April’s Digital Inclusion Coalition meeting included speakers Noah Worcester from UMKC and Rachel Merlo from Google Fiber before breaking into a workout session. Noah Worcester, UMKC Office of Digital Inclusion student organization president, spoke to the Coalition about creating digital equity within the UMKC school system. His organization has gone about identifying issues within the […]

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How Local Health Information Exchanges Are Changing the Patient Data Game

March 21, 2017 by

In this digital day and age, transferring information from one health provider to another seems like it would be fairly easy, especially as more providers shift to electronic medical records. Yet an intricate web of challenges—most notably varying interfaces, data input practices, organizational politics and privacy concerns—have hindered (and in most cases, prevented) the transfer […]

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Startland News, the National Society of Black Engineers and the National Coalition for Digital Inclusion present to the KC CDI this month

March 17, 2017 by

This month, the Kansas City Coalition for Digital Inclusion meeting included special presentations from the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s Angela Siefer via skype, William Wells of the National Society of Black Engineers and Adam Arredondo of Startland News.     Angela Siefer spoke to the Coalition about the Net Inclusion Summit that will be held May […]

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Charlotte, NC follows in Kansas City’s digital inclusion footsteps

March 10, 2017 by

One of Kansas City’s digital leader sisters is none other than Charlotte, North Carolina. Friday, Feb 3. the Kansas City Coalition for Digital Inclusion talked with Charlotte’s Digital Inclusion Project Manager at the Knight School of Communications, Bruce Clark. Bruce Clark credits Kansas City’s efforts as Charlotte’s inspiration and says they often have looked in […]

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