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    Health Techuity: Harnessing technology to solve health inequalities

    Saturday, November 16, 5-6pm American Heart Association Scientific Sessions Health Innovation Pavilion Philadelphia Convention Center Technology has the ability to both create and solve health inequalities.  The global adoption of smartphones and other forms of cellular technology brings the potential for technology to be a force for good. This panel will be moderated by Dr. Ann Marie Navar from Duke University. Dr. Navar will be joined by Dr. Azizi Seixas from NYU Langone Health, Bette Jane Reese from Motive Medical Intelligence, Dr. Dave Beiser from the University of Chicago, and Dr. Srinath Adusumalli from the University of Pennsylvania.  Ann Marie Navar MD, PhD Dr. Navar is an Assistant Professor and clinical cardiologist at Duke University and serves as the faculty Director of Innovations at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. Her research focuses on cardiovascular disease prevention with a focus on blood pressure and cholesterol lowering. She has expertise in implementation science, patient risk communication, risk prediction, and real-world data including EHR-based research. She is the co-chair of this year’s Health Tech program at Scientific Sessions, and the volunteer lead of the American Heart Association’s Doctors with Heart Health “Techuity” initiative. She is an associate editor at JAMA-Cardiology, and a board member of the American Society of Preventive Cardiology. Bette Jane Reese Bette Jane...