Partnerships WITH Patients

I had the incredible honour of being at the Partnership WITH Patients Summit in Kansas City, MO this weekend care of Regina Holliday as a patient, an attorney and the leader of the Health 2.0 Austin chapter.  If you haven’t met her yet, please connect and learn about The Walking Gallery.

So much can be said about this incredible conference centered around patients and their experiences.  I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to present an ignite speech (video forthcoming) and lead session as part of HealthCamp, both on Breaking Boundaries.

I have a lot to share, but until then I follow up with the hashtags this weekend #cinderblocks #hckc and #thewalkinggallery.  And read the story behind this summit including the importance of the hashtag #cinderblocks on Regina’s blog.

More to come.

Regina Holliday’s recap – The Conference That Felt Like a Hug

Other posts by attendees:

This post also posted on www.austinhealth20.com

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7 Responses to Partnerships WITH Patients

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  2. epatientgr says:

    Thank you Erin for mentioning my blog post!

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