# Health 2.0 Conference
Realtime notes from the ninth Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Here is the online Agenda:
BREAKOUT: Free the Data: Consumer Data Ownership
The five tools in this breakout continue to add fire to the empowered patient movement. By enabling consumer data access at the tip of your fingers, the technology demonstrations highlighted here showcase the varied and encompassing ways we can all better understand and act on our health.
## Four levels of Patient Activation
1. Passive 10-15%
2. Building Knowledge 20-25%
3.Taking Action 25-30%
4. Maintaining Behaviors – My Own Advocate 20-25%
## Medyear – Panha Chheng
Panha Chheng demonstrated the ability to collect your records securely using the Direct protocol.
He also demonstrated the ability for Michigan residents to import immunization registry snapshot and be able to forward to a school nurse or camp counsellor.
Vizualize the world from a lens of what you care about.
Medfusion Plus – chris Fierer
iOS and Android app.
Consumes CCDA and BlueButton
Maps to HL7 FHIR and RESTAPi
FAIR Health – Jeff Dang
Dashboard for Emergency Departments
Zobreus – L. Okey Onyejekwe
The Real Revolution is that Patients will have full control of their medical records.
“The problem is the extraction of that medical data sucks”
POEM is the app that was presented.
Q: BlueButton Pledge Question: Are providers allowing free access
Patients get free access to data when organization has made BlueButton Pledge.
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