I recommend listening to the audio of a talk by JP Morgan Healthcare. The audience has very knowledgeable people, and company folk too. JP Morgan Healthcare Talk

Panel includes:

  1. Todd Park – CTO of HHS and co-founder of Athena Health
  2. Eric Schmidt – CEO of Google
  3. Aneesh Chopra – CTO of US
  4. John Doerr – partner at Kleiner Perkins

 

The audience is asked to structure the talk by setting up questions and points of discussion. They include:

  • Standardization of electronic medical records (EMR)
  • Government barriers and accelerators to electronic healthcare
  • The return on investment (RoI) of electronic healthcare
  • Accountability that needs to be expected not just from the government, technology, and healthcare providers but ALSO from the patients to provide accountable and correct information
  • What role is Google playing in electronic healthcare records (EHR), and provision? Should it play a role?
  • What is the biggest potential of the cloud in the provision and management of electronic healthcare by the government?
  • What is the role of open source in electronic healthcare?
  • What are the incentive schemes, and the greatest barriers to innovation coming from the government for electronic healthcare?
  • How do you ‘create’ change and enable it when healthcare providers and physicians seem resistant to change? And change management in general?
  • What, if any, role does social media and apps play in electronic healthcare provision?
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