– the line I added to my speech on the train up to Philadelphia last Saturday. I wanted to convey to the people attending the 2012 Moebius Syndrome Conference that I admire them and see them as pioneers of peer-to-peer health care. My full post is on e-patients.net: Health Care Hackers
This is a highlight reel of my keynote at last year’s Medicine 2.0 conference. I’ll be speaking at Medicine 2.0 Boston on Sept. 15 to discuss patient-provider collaboration for patient safety.
Here’s my simple definition of peer-to-peer healthcare: Patients and caregivers know things — about themselves, about each other, about treatments — and they want to share what they know to help other people. Technology helps to surface and organize that knowledge to make it useful for as many people as possible. An idea whose time […]