Connected Health Symposium 2009 Wrap-up

I attended the Connected Health Symposium last week in Boston and got a healthy dose of the past, present and future in health care connectivity, connectedness and connections.  As always, I enjoyed connecting in person with a whole host of folks I know online — including those who know my twitter handle, @healthblawg, better than […]

PHR Panel at Connected Health Symposium 2009

Another very interesting panel at Connected Health Symposium 2009 – this one on PHRs, with Peter Neupert from Microsoft, Roni Zeiger from Google Health and Phil Marshall from WebMD, moderated by John Moore of Chilmark Research (post linked to is relevant to this panel discussion).  Have a listen:  PHR Panel at Connected Health Symposium (Warning: […]

Connected Health Symposium 2009 – One interesting panel …

Here's the audio of a very interesting panel discussion at the Connected Health Symposium.  The audio quality isn't the greatest, but the content is terrific. Listen/Download. Moderator: Robert Hanscom, JD, Vice President, Loss Prevention and Patient Safety, CRICO/Risk Management Foundation  – John Glaser, PhD, Vice President and CIO, Partners HealthCare  – John Halamka, MD, CIO, […]

Connected Health Symposium 2009

Here's the tweetstream for the Connected Health Symposium 2009, happening October 21-22 in Boston.  Check back throughout the conference to see what's going on, and jump in on twitter if you like; the hashtag is #cch09.  Hope to see you all there.  The tweets will be archived here. <a href="/www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php?option=com_mobile&task=viewaltcast&altcast_code=89ff766b67" >Connected Health Symposium 2009</a> David […]

Blog Carnivals this week

Please be sure to check out this week's editions of Blawg Review at Popehat, Grand Rounds at Survive the Journey and Health Wonk Review at InsureBlog.  Of special note, this week's edition of Grand Rounds is a participatory medicine edition, and announces the launch of the Journal of Participatory Medicine, which will happen formally at […]

H1N1 Response Center – Microsoft launches interactive tool

Microsoft has just launched its H1N1 Response Center online, and I had the chance to speak this morning with David Cerino, General Manager of Microsoft Health Solutions Group (the man from HealthVault) and Arthur Kellermann, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Dean at Emory School of Medicine, about this new creation. On the surface, […]