Hashtags of the Week (HOTW): Health Data Palooza, Doctors 2.0, & More (Week of June 1, 2013)


This was one of those weeks (and there are many) where the challenge is how to keep this post from going on until the middle of next week!

I was tracking the Health Data Palooza (blogged here earlier in the week), so I HAVE to talk about that. It was followed by the Health Privacy Summit and the MedCity program on Patient Engagement through Innovation. Doctors 2.0 was going on immediately after in Paris, while these others were DC-based. Then I was coincidentally asked a reference question about AED information on Twitter just as AED/CPR Awareness Week was rolling out (which is going to have to be a separate post). So this is a big week, with so much to share. Think of this as four posts in one.

Highlights from #HDPalooza

Beyond the core topics of health data and open data, there was a lot of conversation around apps, how to design a better challenge, crowdsourcing, and blending government and hospital health data with data from the self-tracking or quantified self movements.

Highlights from the Health Privacy Summit

Highlights from MedCity ENGAGE

Highlights from Doctors 2.0


First posted at THL Blog: http://thlibrary.wordpress.com/2013/06/07/hashtags-of-the-week-hotw-health-data-palooza-doctors-2-0-more-week-of-june-1-2013/

3 responses to “Hashtags of the Week (HOTW): Health Data Palooza, Doctors 2.0, & More (Week of June 1, 2013)

  1. Thanks so much for sharing – this is a really cool way to summarize the best information from these conferences. I had some fun with this in a different way – creating an eBook based on the links shared from Doctors 2.0. http://blog.wcgworld.com/2013/06/doctors-2-0-and-you-day-1-the-ebook. Enjoy!

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