Tag Archives: center-for-total-health

Co-designing a health system for a future generation – Our Generation Y UnFocus Group



View GenY Unfocus Group – KP Digital Health 47626 on Flickr.com This week, in a most awesome way, turned out to be a fantastic bi-coastal collaboration between our sibling innovation centers, Garfield Innovation Center, where I was with its Director, Jennifer Liebermann (@JRuzekLieberman) earlier in the week (see: Through the eyes of interior architects: The » » » » on to the full article

Becoming Bilingual in Health and Education is important for doctors, too



In a medical practice, what percentage of patients spend most of their days in schools? For Kaiser Permanente’s 9.5 million members, the number is about 20%, which is huge in terms of a significant place of influence for health. August 14 started the epic healthy schools innovation week at the Center for Total Health (see: » » » » on to the full article

Slide 13 – The future of biosensing wearables « Rock Health



Mobile Healthcare, Innovations in Telemedicine course 2014 46054

Slide 13 is awesome (“The Truth About Wearables”) – it shows the decay over time of users using activity trackers in a more scientific than anecdotal way. Complete with cute comment – “We sincerely appreciate and respect the previous survey work, however we would be surprised if the survey could be replicated.” In other words, » » » » on to the full article

MakerDocsDC – August – Being a physician entrepreneur



Co-mentoring – Nishi Rawat, MD, Brian Masterson, MD, Kevin Maloy, MD (@MaloyKR), Ed Tori, DO (@DrEdTori) (View on Flickr.com) It’s hard enough to be an entrepreneur (I can only guess, I am more of an intrapreneur), being an entrepreneur and a physician at the same time brings its own special challenges. And a lot of » » » » on to the full article

Presentation: “Health is the new HIT” – Stanford University Biomedical Informatics 207



Can’t stick to script… View on Flickr.com Even as a graduate of the University of California, it is hard to deny that Stanford is something of a place of worship when it comes to biomedical informatics . I *think* I’ve been here before, but I’m not sure. If I was I probably didn’t fit in, » » » » on to the full article

Crowdsourcing Medicine in the Digital Age, with Bob Wachter, MD



Bob and Ted (click to enlarge) View on Flickr.com I got to spend time yesterday with one of the “other” social media physicians, Bob Wachter, MD (@Bob_Wachter) as he crowdsources his upcoming book, tentatively titled: “Disrupted: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Digital Age.” – see: Crowdsourcing My New Book on How Computerization » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Change Reality, Talk about Magic, Learn Javascript. MakerDocs DC



This week’s photograph is of an almost electric (see the full set of photos below) ignite talk given by Kevin Maloy, MD (@maloykr) , Emergency Room physician and innovator at Medstar Institute for Innovation (@MI2Innovation), where he shows an audience how a simple web page, like, say the one for the Center for Total Health » » » » on to the full article