Mark Friedberg of the RAND Corporation, Don Kemper, CEO of Healthwise, and Ming Tai-Seale and Edward Yu of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation spoke with iHealthBeat about how health IT can help facilitate shared decision-making.
Lygeia Ricciardi of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Emily Cronbach, a Kaiser Permanente physician, Lisa Adams, a Kaiser Permanente patient, Patricia Knight of Pacific Coast Health Advocacy and Linda Garvin of Patient Advocate Bay Area spoke with iHealthBeat about efforts to boost consumers' access to their electronic health records.
Kate Christensen of Kaiser Permanente, Jason DuBois of the American Clinical Laboratory Association, Lawrence Hughes of the American Hospital Association and Eva Powell of the National Partnership for Women & Families spoke with iHealthBeat about a new federal proposal to give patients full access to their laboratory results.
Wendy Everett, founding president of the New England Healthcare Institute, spoke with iHealthBeat about efforts to encourage health care providers to adopt innovative electronic health systems that could improve health care quality and reduce costs.
Jonathan Attwood of Zamzee, Stephen Downs of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chris Hewett of Mindbloom, National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari and Christine Robins of BodyMedia spoke with iHealthBeat about new consumer-focused health innovations.
Dick Stapleton, deputy director of HHS' Web Communications Division, Kathryn McDonald of Stanford University and Roger Harms of the Mayo Clinic spoke with iHealthBeat about how new federal government websites incorporated best practices from the private industry to better disseminate health information.
Brian Ahier of Oregon's Health Information Technology Oversight Council, Ralf-Gordon Jahns of research2guidance and Peter Waegemann of mHealth Initiative spoke with iHealthBeat about the growing popularity of mobile health.
Tara Lagu of Tufts University, Elizabeth McGlynn of RAND Health and Karsten Vagner of ZocDoc.com spoke with iHealthBeat about why few consumers are using hospital and physician rating websites.
Monique Levy of Manhattan Research, Robin Cohen of CDC's National Center for Health Statistics and Mitchell Cohen, a family physician in Washington state, spoke with iHealthBeat about the growing trend.
Anita Barry, Margaux Joffe and Ann Scales of the Boston Public Health Commission spoke with iHealthBeat about using social media to disseminate health care information.
U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra, Susannah Fox of the Pew Internet and American Life Project, WebMD's Wayne Gattinella, AAFP's David Kibbe and conference co-founder Indu Subaiya discussed the future of health 2.0 with iHealthBeat.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, Colin Evans of Dossia, Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0, and other health 2.0 stakeholders spoke with iHealthBeat at the Health 2.0 Conference.
Matt Barker and Richard Bootes of TeleHealth Services and Susie Sonnier of Clear Lake Regional Medical Center spoke with iHealthBeat about video-based technologies that allow patients to access medical information.
Mark Beach of AARP, Elizabeth Boehm of Forrester Research and Jan Oldenburg of Kaiser Permanente spoke with iHealthBeat about seniors' use of online health tools.
Katrina Bramstedt, a clinical ethicist at California Pacific Medical Center, and Bryan Stewart, president of Donate Life California, discussed the effort to boost the number of organ donors nationwide through online registration.