Here’s the script, the slides, and the reference used in my presentation today at the 2011 ONC Annual Meeting, in Washington, DC. This format is definitely challenging, still it’s a great experience to create a message using this format, and really fun to do it for the first time with three other people. Most of … Continue reading Slides, Script, References, Photos, from my #ONCmeeting Ignite Talk – Acceleration and Tipping points – Consumer E-Health
Tomorrow I’m doing something very “exciting” which is trying out a new presentation format at the 2011 Office of the National Coordinator Annual Meeting. You can access the meeting live, tomorrow, Thursday, via webcast at this link: 2011 ONC Annual Meeting | Healthit.gov The presentation format is the Ignite format, which is 20 slides, 5 … Continue reading Speaking at #ONCmeeting tomorrow , my images, references and wardrobe
I gave this keynote on September 15, 2011, at the Sidney R. Garfield Center for Healtcare Innovation (@KPGarfield) Technology Demonstration Day, with the theme “Social Media in Care Delivery.” Even though the event was internal, we invited several special guests ( @drane, @seattlemamadoc, @susannahfox , @rzeiger , @rawegd ) to help us think about how … Continue reading Video – My Tednote from Social Media in Care Delivery Tech Demo Day @KPGarfield
I wrote about moderating this panel previously, and today it happened. Here are my introductory slides, including the very first tweet of each panelist! I asked every member of the audience to write a question or comment down on a notecard. I’m going to scan those in and allow panelists to answer them online, to … Continue reading Presentation (with the patients): Beyond the PHR to engage patients – WHIT 5.0
Below are high quality images of the slides I presented at the Informatics for Consumer Health Summit, at the Bolger Center for Leadership , in Potomac, MD. … This presentation will probably look familiar; there are new slides that show the very impressive breast cancer screening rates achieved in Kaiser Permanente regions, and most notably, Hawaii, which achieved a rate of 85 %, which ranks it as the number one health plan in the U.S.
The 5th Annual World Health Care Innovation and Technology Congress (WHIT v.5.0) A few years ago, I was asked to prepare a presentation for leaders with two simple directives: “Ted, no powerpoint slides, and no talking heads, please.” My response to that was equally simple: “Okay, then you’ll get to listen to the real boss/CEO/Board, … Continue reading Moderating a Dream Panel at WHIT 5.0