We’ll take a look physician adoption of clinical groupware, including online encounters and patient communication, and examine what type of technology use will qualify as part of “meaningful use.” Moderated by: Julie Murchinson from Health 2.0 Accelerator, and featuring Howard Steinberg (Chief Executive Officer, dLife), Ellen Badinelli (Chief Enthusiast and Owner, ScanAvert), Alexandra Drane (President, Eliza), Mike Kirkwood (Chief Executive Officer, Polka), Erick Von Schweber (Executive Co-Chair, SurveyorHEALTH), and Matt Parker (Vice President, DestinationRx).
Geoff Hyatt, VP Business Development, Alere (formerly RMD Networks)
RMD Networks is one of the new leaders in providing a platform for patient-physician communication applications, including Reach My Doctor and the Carespace. In early 2010 it was acquired by Alere to extend the DM giant’s reach into the physician arena, and CEO Steve Adams is prominent in the Clinical Groupware Collaborative. Geo is an early investor in RMD, now working there running business development—that is when he’s not pursuing his real calling of being a youth soccer coach.