Program Participant

Program Participant

Christina Higa

Associate Director, Telecommunications and Social Informatics Research Program, and Co-director, Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center, Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), University of Hawaii
USA

Ms. Christina Higa is the Associate Director of the Telecommunications and Social Informatics Research Program (UH TASI) and Co-Director of the Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center of the Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM). Her research interests include information communication technology for development and specifically the application of Health Information Technologies to assist in the reduction of health disparities in remote and rural areas in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands. Focal areas include the application of health informatics, telehealth, electronic health records, and health information exchange for improved access to health care, cost efficiencies, and outcomes. In particular, Ms. Higa’s research includes focus on Chronic Care Models and the potential for health information technology innovation to integrate clinical, public health, community, and self-management programs. Ms. Higa is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, interdisciplinary Communication and Information Sciences program.

You can find Christina Higa in:

Research Workshop: Development of E-Health and Telemedicine—How ICT Has Contributed and Will Be Contributed?
Sunday, 21 January 2018
09.00–10.30

Proceedings:

Methodology and Approaches to the Implementation of Telehealth Programs

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Slides

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