The American Society on Aging will host a webinar: Accessibility, Usability and Health Information Technologies: Key Tools in Redesigning the Future of Person-Centered Services for Individuals Aging with and Aging into Disability, December 15th, 1-2pm ET. The webinar is part of the “Disabilities in Aging” series.
This webinar will advance understanding of the importance of accessibility and usability in effective design and implementation of HIT tools and systems that are person-centered, and support ACA goals by promoting consumer engagement and self-management, improving coordination across the care continuum and contributing to better health and community living outcomes for individuals aging with and aging into disability in mid- to later life. The webinar is an outgrowth of the September 2015 conference on Accessible Health Information Technology sponsored by the Interagency Committee on Disability Research (ICDR).
Presenters: Margaret Campbell, PhD, of NIDILRR, Kathleen McCoy, PhD, technology and cloud consultant to NIDILRR, and Samatha Meklir, MPA, of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
Full program description and free registration at http://www.asaging.org/web-seminars/accessibility-usability-and-health-information-technologies-key-tools-redesigning-futur
CEUs are available.