Expert Voices Broadcast : Electronic Health Records 2.0: What Does the Future Hold? (I’ll be there, Walking Gallery style)

Expert Voices Event Registration | Booz Allen Hamilton – As part of the work that brought together yesterday’s California Healthcare Publication on EHRs (See: Now Reading: What’s Ahead for EHRs: Experts Weigh in), Federal News Radio and presenting sponsor Booz Allen Hamilton will conduct a live webcast who’s title is the title of this post.

Click on the link above to register. The date is February 16, 2012, 10:00 – 11:30 am Eastern Time, and we’ll be live from Washington, DC.

Special treat is moderation by Susan Penfield, who I met during as part of her service on the board of HealthyWomen (whom I got to visit in 2010).

If I can walk to it, I’ll do it, I’m going to wear my Walking Gallery jacket, and as your special friend if there’s anything you think important that should be said in this discussion post in the comments.

I’m representing Kaiser Permanente so this is a bit of a balancing act, because in the end I’m really not the expert, the 3,745,000 people who use Kaiser Permanente’s personal health record and the 8,900,000 people who are cared for by 16,000 physicians and 43,000 RN’s using Kaiser Permanente’s electronic health record are.


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Ted Eytan, MD