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SAVE THE DATE: Healthcare Blogging Summit 2007 (Spring)

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Announcing the program for Healthcare Blogging Summit 2007 Spring and kicking off Consumer Health World group blog on Trusted.MD

The program for our second Healthcare Blogging Summit is ready to be revealed. Based on the feedback from our innaugural December 2006 conference we are putting greater emphasis on the practical lessons that could be applied by healthcare professionals and organizations. Mark your calendars:

  • WHAT: Healthcare's Premier Conference on Blogs & Social Media
  • WHEN: April 30, 2007 (Monday)
  • WHERE: Venetian Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas, NV, co-located at Consumer Health World
  • WHO: Trusted.MD Network, Transmarx, leaders of new and traditional healthcare media (see below) and YOU
  • WHY: Network and learn how to benefit from the new horizons opened by the healthcare blogging and social media
  • COST: Reserve your seat now for only $395

Do not forget to check out Consumer Health World blog, now right here at Trusted.MD. In the coming weeks and months we will keep rolling out new features of the Network and keep growing the community. Register for an account and sign up for newsletters to not miss any updates.

Now, here is the program for the Healthcare Blogging Summit:

Healthcare Blogging Summit is the premier professional networking and education platform, devoted to examining the impact of blogs and social media on consumer health and healthcare industry. We bring together the leading individual and institutional practitioners of open media, including many “firsts”, such as first hospital CEO blogger, first federal health official blogger and first health law blawger.

Whether you represent a hospital, a health plan, a physician group, a pharmaceutical or medical device company, do not miss the fundamental transformation in health media and join us in Las Vegas on April 30!

Sessions and speakers include (current as of 04/16/07):

9:00 – 9:50 Keynote: Public Health Outlook for 21st Century
Blogging and New Media in Health Promotion and Protection

10:00 – 10:50 Panel: Open Healthcare – Learning to Live in the Brave New World
Openness, Controversy and Crisis Management in Blogs and Social Media

11:00 – 11:50 Panel: Navigating the Blogosphere - Find and Be Found
Search, Distribution and Reputation Management & Measurement

12:00 – 1:20 Lunch

1:30 – 2:20 Workshop: Creating a Presence – Plan and Develop Your Blog
Strategy and Tactics on Establishing Your Social Media Presence

2:30 – 3:20 Panel: Using New Media in Health & Medical Education
Practical Lessons from the High-Profile Case Studies and Leading Practitioners

3:30 – 4:20 Panel: Using New Media to Market (or Motivate?) Behavior Change
Practical Lessons from the High-Profile Case Studies and Leading Practitioners

We hope you will join us in Las Vegas, NV on April 30 and we are always happy to hear from you in the meantime:

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from HealthCareVox on Tue, 04/24/2007 - 8:42am

Over the past few months we’ve seen evidence that healthcare blogs are growing in influence. First, hospital CEOs, influential journalists and others are jumping on the blogging bandwagon.  Second, to the chagrin of health executives, whistlebl

from Highlight HEALTH on Mon, 04/16/2007 - 8:15am

A recent survey from Zogby finds that more than half of Americans (55%) believe bloggers are important to the future of American journalism and 74% said that citizen journalism and Web 2.0 websites such as NowPublic will play a vital new role (1).
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from HealthCareVox on Wed, 02/28/2007 - 10:04am

Readers of this blog know that I’m a big proponent of social media communications.  I’m excited about its possibilities and believe it has the potential to improve customer service and reputations.  I also think it can help individua

from EMR and HIPAA on Tue, 02/13/2007 - 10:48pm

Trusted.MD is planning a healthcare blogging conference here in my hometown of Las Vegas. They held one in DC in 2006 that looked quite good. I wish that I could be on one of panels they have planned. I’d love to meet and be on a panel with...

Comments (14)

Submitted by Eric Anthony Galvez (not verified) on Mon, 02/19/2007 - 1:27am.

I stumbled onto this blog.  I have a blog dedicated to my journey as a brain tumor patient.  I have a unique perspective on this situation because  I am also a physical therapist.  Please visit my blog at www.ericgalvezdpt.com.

Submitted by Sara (not verified) on Mon, 02/26/2007 - 3:46pm.

Great site...social media and Web 2.0 are the new health! I love the spate of health 2.0 communities popping up - it's empowering and people are bound to benefit. Run a google search for "Rethinking the Health Paradigm - and it includes fun" to see a samplin'. Cheers from the healthy, empowering, and only slightly nutty gang over at www.marksdailyapple.com

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Submitted by AmyT of www.diabetesmine.com (not verified) on Thu, 04/12/2007 - 6:47pm.

I don't see any patient bloggers or representatives of "organic" patient groups on the agenda here. Or am I missing something?

Submitted by hippocrates on Mon, 04/16/2007 - 3:58pm.

Apologies for slow response, been real busy with the move.

We have Elisa Cooper speaking as patient advocate on Open Healthcare panel, plus the non-profits like ACS, LLS and NMSS represent patient perspective as well.

Besides Amy, remember that I invited you to be a speaker too!

Submitted by Dr. David Klein D.C. (not verified) on Tue, 04/17/2007 - 5:35am.

Wow! I wish I had known about this earlier. I have one of the few consistently written blogs in the chiropractic community and this would have been an amazing experience. I will be there in blogging spirit! I have found my healthcare blog to have been an amazing experience, and an excellent way to meet many new patients, as well as people from all over the world with questions. I will set the time aside for next year!

http://www.bodyabcs.com/bwp/

Dr. David Klein

 

Submitted by AmyT of www.diabetesmine.com (not verified) on Thu, 04/26/2007 - 6:51pm.

That was last year, Dmitry;)

Submitted by home security systems (not verified) on Tue, 04/29/2008 - 8:48am.

Bloggers really have an important role in our future and for the future journalism(t). This is just the beginning of the blog rules... In the future this would make bigger reactions.

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Submitted by water damage restoration (not verified) on Tue, 11/11/2008 - 11:56pm.

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Blog your trail into the future.

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