November 2nd, 2010
There have already been a few recaps of the Social Health Track at Blogworld. Phil Charron and Russell Starke from Brownstone, Kerri Sparling at SixUntilMe, Dr. Kevin Pho and Dr. Bryan Vartabedian at 33Charts have all posted on the day, sharing some of insights they gleaned from the panels as well as conveying some of the passion that was in the room.
As one of the co-sponsors of the event, I was pleased to see that so many attendees shared their thoughts about the day with the world. Far too often, events like the Social Health Track at Blogworld come and go, touching only those who made the journey to attend.
That’s why, knowing that there were no doubt going to be a lot of smart, passionate people in the room, we decided to make the last session of the day an opportunity for the audience, presenters and panelists to have a rich discussion of what they took away for the day – and what we all could be doing as a next step to enhance how health information is shared, found and used by patient advocates, physicians and caregivers.