Expanding Access to Health Information
Are you working to advance consumer access to health information? Last year 1,400 people tuned in to the Consumer Health IT Summit to hear about new public and private sector efforts to make health information more easily available to consumers and to engage them in using their data to improve their care and well being. This year we are celebrating the progress we've made together and preparing to take it to the next level with the 2012 Consumer Health IT Summit. Look for:
- Announcements about new policies and federal initiatives
- Examples of trailblazing companies that are enabling widespread consumer access to health information
- Compelling consumer tools that help people to make use of their data
- Creative approaches to motivate and support consumer engagement in health
- Exciting developments related to the "Blue Button"
Monday, September 10, 2012
10:00AM – 3:30PM EDT
Hubert H. Humphrey Building
200 Independence Avenue S.W.
Washington, D.C., 20201
Learn about the latest private and public sector initiatives to expand consumer access to and use of personal health information
Roll up your sleeves and engage in one of several working sessions designed to meet the diverse interests and harness the talents of data geeks, marketing mavens, entrepreneurs, advocates, and folks known as patients or just plain people who want to improve their own health.
Report Out and Closing Keynote
We’ll reconvene for report outs from the working sessions to map out actions that participants can take to advance consumer access to and use of data, and end with an energizing, closing address.
More information and the opportunity to register (free of charge) will be coming your way shortly. The 2012 Consumer Health IT Summit is more than a meeting or a conference: it’s a movement – come be a part of it!
For more information about the ONC Pledge Program, please visit www.healthit.gov/pledge