Spring Fling: Washington DC 2010
Health 2.0 Goes to Washington was one of the first chances to introduce the Health 2.0 crowd to Federal officials from many agencies. It was also one of the first times we featured patients on every panel and had a Patients 2.0 breakout session. With a slew of valuable firsts, it’s hard to believe that we also launched the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.
Registration and Breakfast
Introduction to ONC Initiatives
Health 2.0 Drivers for Consumer Health IT Adoption
We’ll explore the world of consumer tools including wellness, content and community, medication adherence, and consumer tools for self-management.
Technology Showcase: Health 2.0 Tools for Consumers
Research & Value Based Asset Development via Health 2.0
User-generated data from Health 2.0 tools and communities could potentially be an important part of a future national data strategy. We looked at the new sources of information in the context of the Administration’s data initiatives.
Deep Dive Session
Can Health 2.0 Improve EHR Adoption?
We took a look at physician adoption of clinical groupware such as online encounters and patient communication. We also examined what type of technology use will qualify as part of “meaningful use.”
Keynote Address: Three Key Stages for “Meaningful Use”
Breakout Session: Patients 2.0
Gilles Frydman of ACOR hosted a panel of six vocal ePatients who shared their personal journeys and experiences navigating the health care system and the world of Health 2.0.
Moving the Needle on Innovation Together
Wil Yu of ONC and Julie Murchinson of Health 2.0 Accelerator & Manatt Health Solutions hosted a hands-on session highlighting government-funded federal initiatives for care improvement, and seeking solutions from the Health 2.0 community to “move the needle” forward on national health care priorities.
Summing up the Role of Health 2.0 in System Evolution
We discussed how Health 2.0 fits into reform, innovation, and the growing personalization of health care.
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