NCC19 Presenter: Margo Edmonds

Rachel Hiles

NCC19 Presenter: Margo Edmonds

Rachel Hiles
Photo: Margo Edmunds, 2019 National Caregiving Conference PresenterMargo Edmunds, PhD, is a Vice President at AcademyHealth, where she oversees portfolios on delivery system innovation, information infrastructure, social determinants of health, consumer engagement, and research translation and dissemination. She is currently leading a PCORI-funded multi-stakeholder engagement project on policy and cultural changes needed to improve the care experience. She has held senior positions in academic, nonprofit, and corporate settings, including the Institute of Medicine (now NAM);University of California, San Francisco; Children’s Defense Fund; and Booz Allen Hamilton.

A former Adjunct Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management, Margo taught health policy analysis and health communications at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for over a decade, and in 2013, she received an award from the American Medical Informatics Association for her leadership of AMIA’s Public Policy Committee. Dr. Edmunds has served on the Boards of the Society of Behavioral Medicine and Friends of the National Library of Medicine and has expertise in governance, public health informatics, and information design. She is an Associate Editor of Applied Clinical Informatics and a reviewer for JAMIA, JAMIA Open, the International Journal of Medical Informatics, and Health Affairs. Her Springer textbook entitled, Consumer Informatics and Digital Health: Solutions for Health and Health Care, was published in early 2019.

Join Margo for her panel discussion at our Fourth Annual National Caregiving Conference:

Panel Discussion: Meet me where I am: Help me understand what policies impact me
Friday 10:30 a.m.
We’ll introduce the Continuum of Care concept to differentiate stages and needs that span the caregiving journey. Using your input in the 2017 Annual Caregiving Survey, the 2018 Working and Caregiving Survey and the 2019 Policy and Advocacy Survey we will highlight the everyday care issues you identified and the mismatches that define possible opportunity for policy and advocacy transformation.

We are so very grateful for the support of the following sponsors of our National Caregiving Conference,
especially Embracing Carers™, this year's supporting sponsor:

~ NCC19 Agenda ~ Meet Our Presenters ~
NCC19 Virtual Registration ~ NCC19 In-Person Registration (Chicago) ~
~ Hotel Reservations ~ NCC19 Volunteer Registration ~ Sponsor or Exhibit ~
~ Testimonials ~ Virtual Caregiving Summit ~