For the next week, you have a unique opportunity to make your voice heard on health information privacy issues, their impact on the Health 2.0 movement, and how best to build public trust in these technologies.
The National Academy of Public Administration (with funding from the Office of Management & Budget) is hosting a unique "national dialogue" on the intersection of health IT and privacy, which will take place on the Web beginning yesterday, October 27, and lasting through November 3.
They are seeking to gather feedback from the public on the important privacy issues that confront all of us as we promote the movement to e-health. A report will be generated based on the responses, so it is important that a broad range of stakeholders participate. Go to www.thenationaldialogue.org to find out more and to log on!
Hat tip to: The Health 2.0 social network