Creators of innovative new health information portal to attend Washington D.C. health conference sponsored by Academy Health/National Institutes of Health
(PRUnderground) December 2nd, 2019
HealthyLifestyle.org is a new website dedicated to disseminating balanced and accurate information on healthcare and health insurance. In its quest to provide readers with the latest information on various aspects of healthcare, the site’s editorial team plans to attend the Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health next week in the Washington D.C. area.
Like other health information websites, HealthyLifestyle.org seeks to provide readers with all the information they need to make the best decisions for their healthcare. But HealthyLifestyle offers a new spin on that service, delving into controversial issues that other websites may shy away from (to include vaccination, medical cannabis, alternative medicine techniques, big pharma and the opioid epidemic, and more).
Where other sites may push an agenda or publish half-truths to steer readers in one direction or another, HealthyLifestyle presents spin-free, balanced perspectives that allow readers to get the facts and make their own decisions.
Of concern to the HealthyLifestyle team is the state of evidence-based health care in America. According to Dave Cutter, HealthyLifestyle co-founder, this is the main driver behind their plans to attend the upcoming Academy Health Conference.
“Amazing research is being conducted daily to keep Americans healthy, but is it trickling down to practitioners and patients?” questioned Cutter.
The Academy Health Conference will tackle that question, exploring ways to get research into the hands of practitioners and policymakers and ensure that they incorporate it effectively to meet their patients’ needs. The conference is designed to raise the bar on the rigor, relevance, and rapidity of dissemination and implementation science.
Academy Health, which is partnering with the National Institutes of Health to host the conference, is widely known as the leading U.S. organization for health service researchers, policymakers, practitioners, health insurance, and stakeholders. Their mission is to close the gaps between these entities so that they can complement each other more fully.
The conference will be held December 4-6 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia, located just outside of the nation’s capital. The keynote address will be offered by Dr. Amy Edmondson, the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School.
Cutter said that conferences like these allow his editorial team to keep readers informed about critical health information.
“A lot of people think that their doctor knows everything about the latest research, but that may not always be the case,” said Cutter. “Conferences like these expose gaps in health care that remind patients to do their research, ask the right questions, and get multiple opinions before pressing ahead with healthcare decisions.”
The conference will bring together more than 1,200 professionals who are dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities. They will discuss ways to accelerate the pace at which medical studies are conducted and ensure that their findings are applied in healthcare practice.
“We’re excited to see the developments coming out of this conference and share them with our readers,” said Cutter.
To learn more about HealthyLifestyle and see its latest articles on a broad range of healthcare topics, including controversial ones, visit www.HealthyLifestyle.org.
About Healthy Lifestyle
Healthy Lifestyle aims to provide relatable health articles, news, and stories. There is one life to live. It is the responsibility of society, as human beings, to take care of our health so we can live fully.
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