The Massachusetts Medical Society will hold a symposium next month called the "Current and Future Uses for Health Data Exchange." Adam Bosworth, former VP of Google Health and CEO of his new start-up, Keas, Inc., will be the keynote speaker.
The Sept. 13 symposium is intended for a non-technical audience of providers, administrators, and standards professionals who have an interest in the exchange of networked personal health data and information.
The all-day event near Boston costs $125, whcih includes breakfast and lunch. Seating is limited to under 200 due to the size of the amphitheater. For more information visit the Medical society’s Website.
Perhaps if it sells out they can web-cast this and use some of the very same Web 2.0 technology everyone is advocating for. We even pod cast HIMSS chapter events in Seattle at a local community college and I imagine that they have the same capability in Boston to do the same.