HealthCamp Boston is a forum for people with interest in all areas of health and wellness to gather, to generate ideas, and to take practical steps towards building the future of health care. HealthCamps are different from traditional conferences where speakers talk at you. At HealthCamp Boston, an “unconference,” attendees set the agenda, and all contribute to the event according to their interests.
The Boston area is a center of innovation for all aspects of health care, so you can be certain that people at HealthCamp Boston will be discussing things like:
· Big Data in health care
· Improving engagement and outcomes through mobile devices and social media
· Personalized medicine and translational medicine
· Empowered patients
· Practical impacts of health care reform
· and more…
Join us on September 14th and be part of the conversation with academics, industry experts, innovators, investors, analysts, and engaged patients. Register here: http://healthca.mp/boston/register/
We are looking for sponsors that may be interested in presenting “4×4” sessions — 4 slides, 4 minutes, presenting a current issue or problem, which, along with a “firestarter” talk, will help get the juices flowing.
This year’s HealthCamp Boston is scheduled as a lead-in to Medicine 2.0. If you are coming to town for Medicine 2.0, come a day early and join HealthCamp. If you are local and would like to join in the fun, come to HealthCamp.
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I look forward to seeing you at HealthCamp Boston 2012.
David Harlow writes at HealthBlawg, a nationally-recognized health care law and policy blog. He is anattorney and lectures extensively on health law topics to attorneys and to health care providers. Prior toentering private practice, he served as Deputy General Counsel of the Massachusetts Department ofPublic Health.
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