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Introducing the Health Internet

Fred Trotter (FredTrotter.com)
Keynote
Location: Portland Ballroom
Average rating: ***..
(3.13, 30 ratings)

Open Source software will power a new Internet layer, the Health Internet, which will finally make healthcare data liquid. The Health Internet will finally change healthcare the same way the Internet changed everything else; better, faster, cheaper.

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Fred Trotter

FredTrotter.com

Fred Trotter is a healthcare data journalist with the DocGraph project. Trotter has done lots of things in Health IT, including visiting NCVHS to testify on the definition of ‘meaningful use’ and was one of the original designers of the Direct Project.

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Fred Trotter
07/28/2011 9:49pm PDT

Because the talk was so short, I had to make a series of assertions that I could not easily back up. But I will probably write a blog post regarding the topic, to tie everything together. Please remember to rate this talk, and if you did not like it, please tell me why!!

Garth Williams
07/28/2011 2:55pm PDT

Such an important topic deserved more content

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Michael Downey
07/28/2011 9:58am PDT

Only 5 minutes for a keynote? Way too short for an important topic. Good talk nevertheless, but would like to have heard more.