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April 2014 Forum

In April 2014, 58 thought leaders gathered in Phoenix, Arizona to discuss Project HoneyBee and clinical applications for wearable biosensors.

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  • Phoenix HoneyBee Forum
    April 16-17, 2014 | Phoenix, AZ

    • Barbara AINSWORTH Associate Director & Professor Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Kishlay ANAND Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist Cardiovascular Consultants
    • Beth ANDREWS VP Corporate Development & New Market Commercialization, MHealth Zephyr Technology Corp
    • Michael BIRT Director, Center for Sustainable Health, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University
    • Nadya BLISS Director Strategic Integration Arizona State University, Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development
    • Jeremy BONFINI Senior Vice President, Global Services HIMSS
    • Darrell BROOKS Director Arizona State University, Economic Development & Corporate Engagement
    • Matthew BUMAN Assistant Professor, Exercise and Wellness  Arizona State University, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion
    • Thomas BUTT Director of National Accounts Covidien
    • Michael CAPLAN Associate Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • Joe CASPERMEYER Managing Editor Arizona State University, Biodesign Institute
    • Bill CROUNSE Senior Director, Worldwide Health Microsoft Corporation
    • Deb DAHL Vice President, Patient Care Innovation Banner Health
    • Bill DALE CEO & Founder Utiliware Corporation
    • Marilee DAL PRA Vice President of Programs Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
    • Julie ELLSWORTH Director of Development, Biodesign Institute Arizona State University, Biodesign Institute
    • Heidi  FISCHER Coordinator of Innovation Space Arizona State University, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
    • Robert GREENES Chair (FSC) & Professor Biomedical Informatics Faculty w/Admin Appointment Arizona State University, College of Health Solutions, Dept of Biomedical Informatics
    • Bradley GREGER Director Arizona State University, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, Neural Engineering Lab
    • Lee HARTWELL Chief Scientist, Center for Sustainable Health, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University
    • Eric HEKLER Assistant Professor, Nutrition Arizona State University, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion
    • Stephen HELMS TILLERY Associate Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • Todd HURST Director, Heart Health and Performance Program; Associate Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine; Consultant    Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Bruce JOHNSON Consultant, Cardiovascular Health Clinic and Internal Medicine Mayo Clinic, Rochester
    • Terry KAPSEN Chief Strategist incuBETAr4
    • Katherine KENNY Clinical Professor & Director of DNP Program Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Gabe KOEPP Research Assistant to Dr. Levine Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Narayanan KRISHNAMURTHI Assistant Professor Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Jeffrey LABELLE Assistant Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • Steven LESTER Cardiovascular Disease Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • James LEVINE Co-Director, Obesity Initiative Arizona State University, Office of the Executive Vice Provost of the University
    • Ellen LEVY Managing Director Silicon Valley Connect
    • Kathryn  LEW Nurse Practioner Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Gary MARCHANT Executive Director and Regent’s Professor Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
    • Clark MILLER Associate Director & Associate Professor Arizona State University, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
    • Judy Jolley MOHRAZ President and CEO Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
    • Peter NEUPERT Operating Partner  Health Evolution Partners
    • Cuong NGUYEN Consultant, Gastroenterology Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
    • Sethuraman (Panch) PANCHANATHAN Sr. VP, Knowledge Enterprise Development Arizona State University, Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development
    • Megan PETROV Post-doc Research Associate Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Teri PIPE Dean and Professor Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Vincent PIZZICONI Associate Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • George POSTE Chief Scientist & Regent’s Professor Arizona State University, Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development, Complex Adaptive Systems Initiative
    • Eric REIMAN Executive Director Banner Health/Banner Alzheimer’s Institute
    • Daniel ROBERTS Internal Medicine, Hospitalist Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Heather ROSS Clinical Professor Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Brian RUSSELL CEO Zephyr Technology Corp
    • Eugene SCHNELLER Professor, School of Health Management and Policy  Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business
    • Cheryl SELINSKY Senior Director & Chief Operations Officer Arizona State University, Biodesign Institute
    • Ayan SEN Doctor, Critical Care Medicine Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Cha-Nam SHIN Associate Professor Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Mark SMITH Senior, Director of Simulation and Innovation & Director of Endoscopic Training Banner Health
    • Mark SPANO Research Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • D. Eric  STEIDLEY Cardiovascular Disease Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
    • Mark THOM Expert Private Fitness and Nutrition
    • Bruce TOWE Professor Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering
    • Cris WELLS Director, Clinical Research Management Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
    • Courtney WHEATLEY Clinical Research Post-Doctoral Fellow Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale/Phoenix Campus
  • Project HoneyBee: Clinical Applications for Wearable Biosensors

    PHB Forum Booklet Graphic SmallThe April 2014 Forum for Sustainable Health served as the official launch for Project HoneyBee, an effort that aims to accelerate and expand efforts to sustain health through the prevention and early detection of disease through the clinical application of wearable biosensors.

    This Forum convened leaders from science, industry, health systems, and academia to discuss the roles and contributions of each stakeholder group, with a particular focus on technology, innovation and capacity within Arizona.

    Leveraging its extensive experience in the careful validation of biomarkers, the Center for Sustainable Health led lively discussions that cut across sectors and disciplines, highlighted examples of work already in progress, and outlined aspirations and potential challenges for partners engaged in the project.

    For more information and ongoing updates on the conceptual foundation for this Forum please explore the Project HoneyBee page.


     

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  • Project HoneyBee Interview - Steve LESTER


  • “One of the assumptions we have with bees is that they all can interoperate, that they're all talking to each other. Bees have taken thousands of years to evolve to an interoperable collaborative, to work together towards a singular goal. By contrast, the reality in healthcare and business is that we're not interoperable. Project HoneyBee provides inspiration for how we could evolve our efforts toward a common goal.”

    Jeremy BONFINI
    Executive Vice President, HIMSS International and Personal Connected Health Alliance

    “The top 5% of Banner’s most expensive healthcare consumers account for about 50 percent of all our costs.”

    Deb DAHL
    Vice President, Patient Care Innovation, Banner Health

    “Project HoneyBee has the potential to transform the delivery of healthcare, making it more sustainable, making it more green. Biosensors may offer a model for front line providers who then interact with specialists using telemedicine and devices.”

    Bradley GREGER
    Director, Neural Engineering Lab, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, Arizona State University

    “Project HoneyBee has the potential to be the evidence-based incubator for the future of health. ”

    Eric HEKLER
    Assistant Professor, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion, Arizona State University

    “What's so exciting is that we can come together collectively and Project HoneyBee will be a catalyst. It will be that vehicle that will transport us to the never-ending environment of change and provide us the opportunities that change brings. I think that the limits of Project HoneyBee are currently only those of our imagination.”

    Steve LESTER
    Consultant Cardiologist, Mayo Clinic, Arizona

    “I think we need to think very nontraditionally about what our healthcare settings are; we can’t be bounded by the hospital, clinics and so forth.”

    Teri PIPE
    Dean and Professor, College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Arizona State University

    “With emerging changes in the healthcare financing system, there is both the need and the opportunity to develop new ways to deliver care, promote health, and reduce costs, including the costs associated with hospitalization. Wearable technologies have extraordinary potential to do just that, empowering patients to become critical members of the healthcare team and to take the proactive steps needed to promote their own health.”

    Eric REIMAN
    Executive Director, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute; Chief Executive Officer for Banner Research, Banner Health; Clinical Director, Neurogenomics Division, Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen); Professor of Psychiatry, University of Arizona; Director, Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium

    “It's exciting to see this project give some direct and meaningful information to the patient as we'll be measuring things that their physicians can use in real time. And while we'll be validating devices over time, Project Honeybee will give patients feedback they can use to potentially modify their behavior towards improving their health.”

    Cheryl SELINSKY
    Chief Operating Officer, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University

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