Duke University has created two innovative forums to explore the opportunities and challenges when “health care gets social.” One group is a decade old, the Health Sector Advisory Council (HSAC), while the other, the Collaborative on Health Care for Aging Populations and Advanced Illnesses (CHAPI), is quite new. On Monday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 8, CHAPI will explore the convergence of these trends as “health care gets social” for aging populations and people with advanced illnesses. Beginning May 8 the CHAPI participants will join the HSAC members to broaden these considerations of digital and social media to all patient populations regardless of age or illness.
Hogan Lovells partner Nadine Peters will be speaking at this conference.
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