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Friday, January 28, 2000

Looking to the Future

6:00-7:00 AM - Healthy People in Motion (Exercise)

7:00-8:00 AM - Poster Session (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

7:30-8:30 AM - Concurrent Caucus Sessions (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

  • Government-Private Partnerships in Healthcare Informatics Initiatives
  • Effective Faith Community and Public Health Partnerships: Key Leadership Ingredients
  • Inspiring Communities to Build Healthy Bodies and Minds for a Brighter Tomorrow - The Eat Well Play Hard Ambassador Program
  • Engaging Partners Outside of Public Health to Support the Goal of "Increasing the Quality and Years of Healthy Life"
  • A Local Public-Private Partnership to Eliminate Disparities in Minority Health
  • Mobilizing a Rural Community to Prevent Diabetes and Asthma
  • 1999 National Worksite Health Promotion Survey: An In-Depth View of Industry
  • Integrating Diabetes Messages Into Communities through a Network of Partners - The National Diabetes Education Program

8:30-10:00 AM - Concurrent Breakout Sessions (select to view presentation titles and abstracts)

  • Community Innovations in Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
  • Education and Outreach Efforts to Improve Community Health
  • Quality Issues and Online Health Resources
  • Partnering for Tobacco Prevention and Control in Rural and Urban Communities
  • Partnering for Healthy Communities on the State and Local Levels
  • Health in the New Millennium: Thinking Globally
  • The Internet and Health Care: Changing Provider-Patient Relationships
  • Collaborating to Improve Adolescent Health through Outreach, Education, and Technology
  • Addressing Health Needs of Diverse Populations of Women
  • Technology Tools for Enhancing Health Information
  • Eliminating Disparities: Promising Approaches and Models
  • Youth Suicide Prevention: Creating a Community Response
  • National Health Information Infrastructure
  • Informing the Nation About Leading Health Indicators

10:30 AM-12:00 PM - Plenary Session: 
Health and Information Technology—The Road Ahead
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Current and future applications of information and communication technology for improving health and healthcare.

John Lumpkin, MD, MPH, Director, Illinois Department of Public Health, and Chair, National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics

Charles Saunders, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Healtheon/WebMD
Wendy Everett, Director, Institute for the Future 
Victor Strecher, PhD, Chairman of the Board, Chief Science Officer, HealthMedia
Tim Kieschnick, Strategic Development Manager, Member Technologies, Kaiser Permenente

12:30-1:30 PM - Luncheon Keynote: 
A Tale of Two Revolutions: Information Technology and Genetics
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Advances in information technology and genetics, and associated opportunities and concerns for individuals and society.
Introduction of Speaker
Robert E. Windom, MD

Steve McGeady, Vice President, Intel New Business Group, and Director, Intel Internet Health Initiative
Francis Collins, MD, PhD, Director, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH

1:30-3:00 PM - Plenary Session: 
Healthy People in a Healthy World
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Global health disparities and the need for transnational health initiatives.
David Satcher, MD, PhD, Assistant Secretary for Health and Surgeon General

His Excellency Professor Dr. Ismail Sallam,MD, Ministry of Health and Population, Egypt
The Honorable Jimmy Carter (pre-recorded video), President, The Carter Center
Octavio Rivero Serrano, MD, Secretary of General Board of Health, Ministry of Health, Mexico

3:00-3:15 PM - A Healthy Charge to the Nation Broadcast button
David Satcher, MD, PhD, Assistant Secretary for Health and Surgeon General

3:15-3:30 PM - Wrap-Up and Closing Comments Broadcast button
Randolph F. Wykoff, MD, MPH & TM, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health (DPHP)

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Partnerships for Health in the New Millennium          January 24-28, 2000         Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC

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