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Wednesday, April 6 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Behavior Change Design

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A space where theory, evidence, policy and practice can come together to enlighten multi-disciplinary stakeholders interested in facilitating meaningful change at individual, group and population levels.

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Dustin DiTommaso

SVP Behavior Change Design, Mad*Pow
Dustin blazes trails with his work, merging design with motivational psychology and technology to help people change their lives. Putting theory into practice, he delivers solutions that transform people’s attitudes, behavior, and physical and financial health. He designs products and programs that incorporate behavior change and gameful design for clients ranging from innovative start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. An accomplished speaker... Read More →

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Geri Lynn Baumblatt

Executive Director of Patient Engagement, Emmi
Geri Lynn Baumblatt is the Executive Director of Patient Engagement at Emmi Solutions. She regularly speaks at health literacy, shared decision making, and patient experience conferences and panels for organizations like AHRQ, The Institute for Healthcare Advancement, Stanford Medicine X, the Society for Medical Decision Making, the Cleveland Clinic, the Beryl Institute, Duke, the Brookings Institute, the ONC, and the Center for Plain Language... Read More →
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Samantha Dempsey

Senior Behavior Change & Experience Designer, Mad*Pow
Samantha Dempsey is a Senior Behavior Change & Experience Designer at Mad*Pow where she designs interactions between people, their bodies, and healthcare systems. Her background in illustration informs her approach to experience design as she incorporates narrative flow, visual storytelling, and sequential art into her work. She researches and creates tools to facilitate visual communication in the clinic and beyond. In her spare time, she... Read More →
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David Hoke

Sr. Director, Associate Health and Well-being, Walmart
David has spent the last 20+ years working with a variety of organizations focusing on measurably improving the health and well-being of the workforce. Since joining Walmart in 2012, David has been responsible for designing and delivering offerings that improve the well-being of the entire 1.2 million person Walmart workforce. Prior to joining Walmart, David served with Yum! Brands where he was responsible for designing and delivering... Read More →
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Dr. Sherry Pagoto

Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Dr. Sherry Pagoto is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Preventive and Behavioral Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She is also a licensed clinical psychologist and expert in behavioral counseling for health behavior change. Her research is focused on leveraging digital health and social media in the treatment of obesity and cancer prevention. She is currently testing two new mobile apps in her lab... Read More →
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Ciara Taylor

Managing Director of Behavior Change Design, Mad*Pow
Ciara Taylor is the Managing Director of Behavior Change Design at Mad*Pow where she applies her knowledge of games to design playful and meaningful experiences for behavior change. Keeping one foot in the design world and the other in the gaming world, Ciara researches and designs new ways to create community engagement through elements of play. When she isn’t designing playful experiences, she plays games, gushes over cute sloths and... Read More →
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Dr. Virgil Wong

Chief Executive Officer, Medical Avatar
Virgil Wong is the Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer of Medical Avatar LLC, a mobile health company that generates personalized 3-D anatomical bodies to visualize health information in the past, present, and future. As a researcher in medical cognition and intelligent technologies at Columbia University, he is studying how time travel simulations of patients’ bodies can improve efficiency, reduce health care costs, and improve outcomes... Read More →

Wednesday April 6, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am
Ballroom E In the breakout-room hallway