Jeff Olson from @altaplanning at the Center for Total Health View Techies DC Health 38202 on Flickr.com I think we achieved what we set out to do last evening at the Transportation Techies (@TechiesDC) Transportation + Health Meetup at the Center for Total Health (@KPtotalHealth). We connected the transportation tech community to health and vice » » » » on to the full article
As part of the package of innovation for tonight’s Transportation + Health Meetup (98 RSVPs! Hashtag: #TechiesDCHealth), the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) got this snazzy Transitscreen, which shows transportation options in real time from our facility. If you want to see it in real time, click this link, which is courtesy TransitScreen(@TransitScreen), » » » » on to the full article
Time flies. The Center for Total Health (@kptotalhealth) is turning three years old this year. In that time, thousands of people have engaged with the 80-foot video touch wall (including many a twitter/facebook profile photo), and almost every time, said to us, “what if the wall….” The Wall, #ThroughGlass (who would have thought we’d be » » » » on to the full article
To get right to signing up to attend Transportation + Health (#TechiesDCHealth), click here (meetup.com). At the Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth), we are huge fans of technology, when it is used to improve community conditions to produce health. That’s why we’re a special guest, or I should say, the DC/MD/VA Transportation Techies is a special guest » » » » on to the full article
View Google Glass V2 OOB Experience 36781 on Flickr.com It’s here. Version 2 of Google Glass. Courtesy of a one-time swap-out program, to update the original Glass Explorers to the newest hardware. That, and I was inspired by Mat Honan’s (@mat) piece in Wired (see: I, Glasshole: My Year With Google Glass | Gadget Lab » » » » on to the full article
Lights, Camera, let’s talk about social care and medical care…View on Flickr.com I’ve written previously that as much as we feel our health is as threatened today, at the same time, our cities are changing to become healthier (check out these posts for proof). Our health care system is doing the same (it’s true!). About » » » » on to the full article
Our January 23 event will feature Healthify and Health Leads, two organizations with innovative models that help people with unmet social needs connect to available community services. Join us for a discussion on how clinicians can be part of a health system solution.