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【學術演講】2017/12/07 (四) 13:20-15:10 史丹佛大學醫學院醫療預防及成果政策研究中心王智弘(C. Jason Wang)主任專題演講

史丹佛大學醫學院醫療預防及成果政策研究中心王智弘(C. Jason Wang)主任專題演講



演講題目: 整合醫院與居家的行動健康科技(mobile health) Integrating Hospitals and Homes of The Future With IoT, Big Data, Ai and Mobile Technology



麻省理工學院學士, 哈佛大學醫學院醫學博士並代表該屆畢業生致答詞, 美國智庫蘭德研究所 (RAND) 公共政策博士, UCSF 小兒科住院醫師訓練及UCLA 醫療政策博士後研究。

曾任職於麥肯錫公司, 波士頓大學醫學院及公共衛生學院,現為美國史丹福大學醫學院副教授兼醫療預防及成果政策研究中心主任。並與台美醫生及工程師共同創業成立美思科技公司 (MedicusTek), 專注於醫療科技及大數據應用。

曾獲美國教育協會與《今日美國報》(USA Today),舉辦之全美最優二十名高中生首獎得主,美國國家衛生研究院創新研究獎 (New Innovator Award),華僑救國總會全球海外優秀青年獎章,所著《一個台灣小留學生到哈佛之路》獲1995年海外華文著述獎–文藝創作項首獎

C. Jason Wang, MD, PhD, is Director of the Center for Policy, Outcomes, and Prevention, and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Stanford University. He also co-chairs the mobile health and other new technologies group at the Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences.

He received his B.S. from MIT, Medical Doctorate from Harvard Medical School, and Ph.D. in policy analysis from RAND. After completing his pediatric residency training at UCSF, he worked in Greater China with McKinsey and Company.

In 2000, he was recruited to serve as the project manager for the Taskforce on Reforming Taiwan's National Health Insurance System. In 2012, he co-founded MedicusTek, a global medical solutions company focusing on medical internet of things and patient safety.

Dr. Wang has written two bestselling popular books published in Taiwan (一個台灣小留學生到哈佛之路; 哈佛醫師報到), and co-authored an English book “Analysis of Healthcare Interventions that Change Patient Trajectories”.

He was selected as the student speaker for the Harvard Medical School commencement ceremony in 1996, and his essay, "Time is Ripe for Increased U.S.-China Cooperation in Health," was selected as the first-place American essay in the 2003 A.

Doak Barnett Memorial Essay Contest sponsored by the National Committee on United States-China Relations. He was also a recipient of the 2011 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.


We live in an unprecedented time where [Gordon] Moore’s law predicts exponentially increasing computational power. In our lifetime, we will live in an environment of connected health via sensors and devices.

The movement towards accessing the Internet via mobile devices has also made it such that people are nearly always connected. This has been further amplified with the introduction of mobile devices like FitBit, Apple iPhone/Watch and Amazon Echo/Alexa, and mobile apps such as Runkeeper and Sleep Cycle.

People now use these technologies to constantly collect data about their fitness, weight, eating habits, and sleep. The trend of “self-quantifying” and “citizen science” is resulting in an extensive amount of data and metrics for health previously inaccessible to clinicians, creating new opportunities for clinicians and patients to communicate online, to make predictions about health risks and to take preventive measures against them.

Dr. Wang will discuss the use of mHealth and sensor technology across the continuum of care, which has the potential to integrate the complex and fragmented healthcare environments, improve coordination of care, promote provider-patient communications, which can result in improvements in health and well-being for individual patients and populations.

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