Chris Gibbons, Founder and CEO of The Greystone Group, will explain and lead a conversation about “smart cities” – a concept for taking technology, data, interoperability, and the social determinants of health and well-being to scale. The discussion will focus not only on the potential benefits, but also on the factors – such as implicit bias – that need to be addressed in order to equitably improve healthcare delivery and population health.
Chris Gibbons, MD, MPH, CEO, The Greystone Group, Inc, Chief Health Innovation Adviser, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC.
Dr. Gibbons is the Founder and CEO of The Greystone Group, a digital health innovation and strategy consulting firm. Greystone has unparalleled strength in health sector ecosystem visioning & design, health innovation, diversity populations and emerging health sector revenue models. Greystone helps public and private sector clients uncover unrecognized insights that drive disruptive innovation, capture new digital health revenue opportunities and improve population health. Dr. Gibbons is also the Chief Health Innovation Adviser at the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect2Health Task Force, an Assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Previously Dr. Gibbons was an Associate Director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Public Health and Health Informatics at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Gibbons has authored over 75 research manuscripts, monographs, books, book chapters and technical reports. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Alabama and then completed a federal health policy fellowship at CMS as well as a residency in Preventive Medicine, a basic science research fellowship and a Master of Public Health degree all from Johns Hopkins.
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