4, 2019 -- Rapidly evolving technologies,
from mobile health and wearables to telehealth and big data, are coming
together synchronously, creating a perfect storm of massive disruption. The
result of these technologies? Empowered patients and improved patient outcomes.
In his presentation at the Women’s
Health Symposium on September 28 at 4 p.m., “Chiropractic Exponentially:
Building the Practice and Profession of the Future,” Dr. Greenstein explores how
DCs can advance the chiropractic profession through application and innovation.
He will address block chain technology, artificial intelligence, clinical
algorithm technology and cloud computing as well as help attendees understand their
impact on health care and chiropractic.
“With incredible technological
advancement, Doctors of Chiropractic must be educated, prepared and determined
to use these technologies to hack a broken health care system with many
promises yet few deliverables on improving quality, lowering cost and creating
remarkable patient experiences,” Dr. Greenstein said. “The chiropractic
profession cannot leave just the medical and technology communities to lead the
way. We must be part of the conversation.”
Dr. Greenstein is the CEO of the
Kaizo Health Companies – Kaizo Health, a multi-location, multi-disciplinary,
evidenced-based practice in the Washington DC Metro region; KaizoX, a
state-of-the-art health and fitness facility; the Kaizo Clinical Research
Institute, a 501-c3 dedicated to high quality, clinical research; Kaizenovate®
Advisors, which coaches businesses on Six Sigma, human capital management and
leadership development; and Kaizenovate® Tech, which builds technology
solutions to solve the biggest issues in healthcare for providers and patients.
Dr. Greenstein was named
Chiropractor of the Year in 2007 and 2010 for the Maryland Chiropractic
Association and Chiropractor of the Year in 2010 for the Virginia Chiropractic
Association. In 2012, Dr. Greenstein was recognized by SmartCEO Magazine for winning its 2012
Technology Implementer Award.
Logan University’s Department
of Postgraduate Education is proud to host the first
ever ACA Women’s Council Women’s Health Symposium. To learn more and
register, please visit logan.edu/healthsymposium.