Listen to new shows every Monday at 3:30pm ET
|Engage4Health is an exciting new 30-minute discussion regarding the concepts, strategies and tactics of engaging individuals in their “health-ness” (health + wellness), using health IT. Often, this takes the form of health care providers seeking to communicate with the patients in their care via secure messaging, patient portals, untethered Personal Health Records, mobile apps, tele-consults, and even social media! Engage4Health will highlight examples of success engagement that can be duplicated by providers, as well as venturing into new areas, and occasionally talking about the philosophies, concepts, and trends that are driving the need for such engagement. Brad Tritle will host “fireside chats” with providers, payors, vendors, community initiative leaders, and others that can share what has worked, what hasn’t and where Twenty-First Century engagement is going.
Listen to Engage4Health every afternoon at 3:30pm ET and on Mondays for a new broadcast each week. The current week’s show is rebroadcast at 7:30am ET and 11:30pm ET everyday.
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About the Host
| Brad Tritle
|Brad Tritle wears several hats: Consumer engagement, Health IT, Health Information Exchange (HIE), and telehealth consultant; Director of Healthcare for Informative Graphics; CEO of eHealth Nexus; Chair of the HIMSS Social Media Task Force; member of HIMSS eConnecting with Consumers Committee; Chair of the Health Record Banking Alliance Business Model Committee; and a member of AHIMA, the Arizona Telemedicine Council, and the Society for Participatory Medicine. For three years, Brad led the statewide health IT non-profit Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC), focusing on HIEs, EHR adoption, e-prescribing, and Personal Health Records (PHRs), establishing AzHeC as a regional leader and securing the Health IT Regional Extension Center (REC) contract. His career includes executive positions in the private, public, and non-profit sectors, focused on technology development and diffusion, and associated policy. When not working, he loves to spend time devoted to family, faith, music and fitness.|