Sitting at the Blogging Table at Health 2.0; I think I should blog

I figure that of all places in the world where it should be okay to blog live, the Health 2.0 Conference is it. So I’m going to try blogging as I go.

I’m in the morning session and I just saw Susannah Fox, from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, talk about the healthcare internet user.

She pointed out that there are few documented cases of harm that have come from consumers accessing the internet (and by the way, we had a conversation at this table about whether we should talk about people as “patients” or “consumers”).

Susannah closed with 7 words of advice:

Recruit doctors, let e-patients lead, go mobile

Ted Eytan, MD