CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen makes a compelling case in her column today: How to get Kennedy-esque health care on your budget. Anyone with internet access can gather the information they need to make better health decisions, as e-Patient Dave and Karen Parles did, and refuse to take “no” for an answer, as Sen. Kennedy did.
Archives for August 2009
Kevin Kruse posted a video yesterday which includes this line: The age of participatory medicine has begun. It’s a promo for e-Patients Connections 2009, a conference to be held in Philadelphia this October, but also has good citations (ahem, including my reports). See what you think.
Federal agencies can, and should, be the first responders to health questions. Social media can help. That’s my summary of presentations from last week’s National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media conference, where I had the sense, once again, of a tribal meeting, but this one had the urgency of war council. The enemy […]