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Hot of the press! HealthCamp San Diego will be held in conjunction with the Health 2.0 Spring Fling on March 20th, 2011. Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente and the Rady School of Management.
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February 10, 2011 at 9:11 PM
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With San Diego County’s emergence as a global center of health care innovation and its recent recognition by the state as an official California Innovation Hub focusing on wireless health, you should consider coming out to San Diego a day before the mHealth Networking Conference to participate in grass-roots health care innovation at the HealthCamp “unconference”.
HealthCamp San Diego is Tuesday, September 7 at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. Event sponsors are Kaiser Permanente San Diego, West Wireless Health Institute, Health 2.0, Pacific Oncology and several others.
The “unconference” begins with peers in health care and technology introducing topics and discussing innovations that will advance consumer-centric health care in the health 2.0 world.
Inspirational session leaders and participants include: Joe Smith, MD, Chief Medical and Science Officer of the West Wireless Health Institute; Vince Kuraitis of e-CareManagement; John Mattison, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer and Assistant Medical Director of Kaiser Permanente Southern California; Ted Chan, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine, Medical Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, UC San Diego Medical Center, and leader of the San Diego Beacon Community initiative; Jeffrey Benabio, MD, (aka @DermDoc) a Kaiser Permanente dermatologist and leader in social media and patient care, and Michael Yada of Life Technologies.
Representatives will also be available to discuss the successful data exchange program in San Diego between Kaiser Permanente and the VA through the National Health Information Network (NHIN).
If this September 7th “unconference” event is of interest, please scroll down for more information. We have only a handful of free spaces for journalists and bloggers, so if you are interested in attending, please let me know soon.
Join us! For more information or to register, click here.
I must say, after my first meeting with Mark Scrimshire, HealthCamp evangelista extraordinaire, at the ‘cocktail party’ for the World Health Congress held in Carlsbad, California, in February of 2009, I became an inspired ‘healthcamper’. My participation and experience with HealthCamp for the next several months was ‘virtually’ via Twitter, and the periodic live streaming of HealthCamps’ on uStream. I got to experience my first HealthCamp ‘in the flesh’ at HealthCamp SFBay in October on my way to the Health 2.0 in San Francisco. Since then, I have adopted the charge to seed a HealthCamp in the city of San Diego.
Only recently did the generosity of Kaiser Permanente permit this vision to be fully realized. At a ‘pre-Barcamp’ San Diego social hour of life sciences and bio-tech tweeps including Mary Canady, aka @marycanady, I met Dr. Jeff Benabio, aka @dermdoc on Twitter. We discussed the granular and un-conference nature of HealthCamp, which he immediately ‘got’, and embraced as a practitioner of the social media arts, and bang! HealthCamp San Diego was borne! Thank you Dr. Benabio! Thank You Kaiser, especially, Danielle Cass aka @daniellecass.
So San Diego Tweeps, the inaugural meeting of HealthCamp San Diego will be held at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center, in Mission Valley, on September 7th, prior to the 2nd Annual mHealth Inititative Conference on September 8th & 9th, 2010.
HealthCamp is a collaborative experience that typically tethers to how interactive digital or social media, open source and the best of the Internet, mobile (mHealth) web, and process innovation can enable better health(care) outcomes via more effective patient or consumer engagement, and incidentally further evolve developers in health technology applications and/or platforms.
HealthCamp is a user-organized ‘un–conference’ that brings together consumers (aka e-patients), health providers, payors, health industry experts and technology professionals for a one (1) day session to exchange ideas informally, locally, openly. Participants themselves provide the content, with break-out sessions they develop themselves and plug into a schedule grid on the day of the event. Anyone can present and host a session in nearly any format.
Past HealthCamp’s have been held in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Nashville, Oakland (the SF Bay area), Maryland, and the UK. For a brief overview of HealthCamp, click here.
Please consider joining us for this inaugural ‘un-conference’ experience. Among the many topics likely to be presented in the tech-enabled consumer empowerment conversation is emerging health information technology (HIT) capabilities, with an emphasis on new communication patterns enabled by mobile technologies for:
– patient communication by text and email
– clinician collaboration systems
– use of apps on mobile devices; and
– aspects of user-generated care
Fee: $25.00, $5.00 for full time students.
For more information, or to register, click here:
HealthCamp is a collaborative experience designed to create open space for peer-to-peer learning, group process collaboration and creative expression. As an ‘un-conference’ all session content is participant-generated, many of which tether either direct or indirectly to the promise of emerging interactive digital or social media, to improve health(care) outcomes via more effective patient and/or consumer engagement with their health. Particular focus is paid to the dynamic mHealth (mobile) market due to the exploding use of iPhone, Droid and other mobile devices.
The planning committee for this “un-conference” which is scheduled for June has officially come together. The core planning group includes: Ryan Tarzy, President, http://www.medikeeper.com/, and Marc Needham, Corporate Director of Web Technology, Scripps Health, http://www.scripps.org/ who have joined Gregg Masters, Founder, http://preferredhospitals.com/ in crafting the initial agenda for this Health 2.0 event.
The official wiki for HealthCamp San Diego can be found at http://barcamp.org/HealthCampSanDiego.
We are looking at scheduling the conference to coincide either with AHIPs Insitutute 2009 event at the San Diego Convention Center http://www.ahip.org/links/institute2009/; or should the Southern California Chapter of HIMSS meet in San Diego, we might line up with their schedule as an alternate time.
We are enthusiatic about planning HealthCamp San Diego at a time when health reform and the value proposition of the health care equation, is at the center of a national conversation.