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Photo Friday: Total Health includes Green Building, @USGBC Headquaters



Left to right: Kelly Worden, MPH(c), Ted Eytan, MD, Matt Trowbridge, MD, Robin Dilworth, Chris Pyke, PhD (@chrispyke) View US Green Building Council Tour 38627 on Flickr.com When my colleague Robin Dilworth and I walked into US Green Building Council (@USGBC) world headquarters, she said, “this feels like such a healthy work environment,” to which » » » » on to the full article

Just Filmed: Center for Total Health Tech Focus – Connecting Social Care and Medical Care



Lights, Camera, let’s talk about social care and medical care…View on Flickr.com I’ve written previously that as much as we feel our health is as threatened today, at the same time, our cities are changing to become healthier (check out these posts for proof). Our health care system is doing the same (it’s true!).  About » » » » on to the full article

Action Design, the CFPB, and producing financial health for people



Consumer Financial Protection Bureau As it was relayed to me by another attendee, Action Design DC (@actiondesignDC) is the prototype for the high engagement meetup group. It’s got close to 1,000 members. We, in the gallery, postulated that this is because it has achieved that just-right intersection of a topic that is cross-discipline, cross-industry, with » » » » on to the full article

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The Next Total Health Focus at Center for Total Health: Connecting Patients & Social Support for Better Health | Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health.

Our January 23 event will feature Healthify and Health Leads, two organizations with innovative models that help people with unmet social needs connect to available community services.  Join us for a discussion on how clinicians can be part of a health system solution.

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From mHealth to Sustainable mobility : DC Transportation Techies Meetup



Michael Schade guides attendees through a game of Metro Hangman at Arlington, VA’s Mobility Lab My colleague Connie Chen, MD (@ConnieEChen) recently asked me while walking in Washington, DC, what kinds of conferences I go to these days, if not mhealth ones. I replied, “mobile health, but not as in cell phones, as in transportation.” » » » » on to the full article

Mapping the Determinants of Health across the span of the future DC 11th Street Bridge Park



In preparation for tomorrow’s Walk With a Doc (and actually several docs now) (Click here to sign up & Join), I ran a few maps showing large-ish differences in the determinants of health across the future walkable span. What could/will a beautiful park connecting them do to produce health? Let’s talk about it tomorrow, as » » » » on to the full article

Photo and Map Friday: The Social Determinants of the NoMa Neighborhood, Washington, DC USA



Our cities are changing. I had the best opportunity this week to capture our nation’s capital in transition, from the vantage point of the 7th floor of the brand new NPR building (see: Designing the future of work to be collaborative, and healthy: National Public Radio’s New Headquarters, Washington, DC USA | Ted Eytan, MD) » » » » on to the full article