Yesterday I attended the Washington DC Health 2.0 STAT event, A lively event comprising a series of rapid fire 5 minute presentations.
I live blogged the sessions which also went out on Twitter under my @ekivemark handle.
You can follow future events on Meetup. DC Health 2.0 STAT Meetup. The sister event is Health Informatics Pulse (#HIPDC) and the next event in that series is on October 6th. I am scheduled to present at that event. Find out more here.
Here is a recap of my Live Blogs from last night at #Health2STAT.
1) Use of Mobile, Social, and Open Government Technologies To Advance FDA’s New Regulation of Tobacco Products
Sanjay J. Koyani is a Senior Communications Advisor in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Tobacco Products (CTP)
2) Research to Reality: A Virtual Community of Practice
Michael Sanchez is a Public Health Advisor with the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at NCI.
3) Clinical Quality Linked Data on health.data.gov
George Thomas is an Enterprise Architect in the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Drew Bennett is Senior Director, Product at ForeSee Results and is responsible for all product strategy and deployment.
4) What They Really Think and Say About Mobile
5) Real Warriors Campaign: Affecting health-seeking behavior with a Mobile Site
Emily Springer is a Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton currently supporting the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) as a social media strategist for the Real Warriors Campaign.
6) Street Art Meets Health 2.0
Regina Holliday is a patient rights advocate and artist based in Washington, D.C. She is developing a series of paintings that depict the need for clarity and transparency in medical records.
Regina is organizing #TheWalkingGalleryII as part of San Francisco Health Innovation Week. HealthCamp will be there. HealthCampSFBay
takes place on Friday September 23rd (tickets are available now!) at Kaiser Permanente's Sidney R Garfield Innovation Center in San Leandro, CA.