Health 2.0 Fall 2011

I attended Health 2.0 in San Francisco this week, and participated in the new Health Law 2.0 pre-conference, moderating a lively panel discussion about reviews posted on listings and ratings websites, featuring attorneys and an entrepreneur. Please take a look at the posts I've written about the conference, here at HealthBlawg, and on HealthWorks Collective: […]

Health 2.0 San Francisco, September 2011, "Son et Lumiere"

This post comes to you from the Health 2.0 conference in San Francisco.  The main conference kicks off today, but it has been preceded by a week of code-a-thons and a variety of other events, including HealthCamp and the four-track pre-conference yesterday (Health Law 2.0, Patients 2.0, Doctors 2.0, Employers 2.0).  I moderated one the […]

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons – Practice Forward 2011

I spoke at the AAOS annual "Practice Forward" course this past week in Chicago, giving two presentations and tweeting much of the rest of the meeting.  Below, please find the slides from my presentation on ACOs (Accountable Care Organizations) and the specialist.  We spent a good chunk of time discussing ACOs, bundled payments, other sorts of […]

Health 2.0 and American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

I will be speaking at two conferences over the next week:     (1) AAOS Practice Forward: Managing your Practice in an Era of Health CareTransformation (PDF; also see AAOS webpage) in Chicago, where I will be giving two presentations – one on shared savings programs including accountable care organizations and bundled payment initatives and one on the effective […]

David Harlow presentation on Health Care Social Media featured on SearchHealthIT.com

I spoke on health care social media and regulatory compliance at the Health Care Compliance Association's New England Regional Annual Conference last week.  As you may expect, the room was full of the folks who, generally speaking, are the folks who block social media sites on health care organization networks.  I sent a link to […]

Health Care Compliance Association – Hot Tips from the US Attorney's Office at the New England Regional Conference

The Health Care Compliance Association's New England Regional Conference was held recently, and it was a day packed with useful information (and not just because I was one of the speakers).  I livetweeted the sessions (except my own), and I'd like to highlight the final session of the day, which featured Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Trusiak, from […]