Reimagining Health and Human Services: Alexa, how do I get child benefits?


Tuesday February 27, 2018 01:00 PM - Tuesday February 27, 2018 02:00 PM EST

Our expanding digital world of “smart” connected devices, machine learning  and big data are fast becoming the norm in our personal life. As consumers rapidly adopt the latest in personal digital assistants, wearables and data-producing devices, HHS agencies are beginning to implement new technologies to rapidly respond to some of the most pressing health and social welfare needs of today.

This webinar will examine how three emerging technologies-artificial intelligence(AI), blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT)- can shape a future where caseworkers and policy analysts are empowered to deliver  equitable, personalized and immediate access to health and social services for every citizen. 

Learn from Oracle and Deloitte experts how:
• AI- powered virtual digital assistants can give recipients instant access to services such as substance abuse assistance, supplemental nutritional assistance, foster care and child welfare needs 
• Blockchain can interact across the entire  continuum of care to confirm eligibility of services and unmask fraud
• IoT powered wearables can deliver vital and secure medical information to caseworkers and health professionals to ensure that Medicaid recipients receive appropriate treatment

 

Moderator

Christina Becker, Christina Becker Health Policy & Program Associate, National Collaborative for Integration of Health & Human Services, APHSA

Speakers

Bob Nevins, Director of Health and Human Services Strategy, Oracle
Dan Kuenzig, Enterprise Cloud Architect, Oracle
Chris Huff, Robotic Process Automation Lead, Deloitte