Since it’s launch on April 30th 2013, the joint Office of the National Coordinator for HealthIT (ONC) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) ‘Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporting Survivors‘ challenge supported by the Health 2.o Development Challenge and Medstartr crowd sourcing platforms has garnered a fair amount of national and regional attention. On the leading edge […]
Principals in the ‘Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporting Survivors Challenge‘ gathered together on June 4th 2013 at the Health Datapalooza IV in Washington DC, to discuss the jointly sponsored program between the Office of the National Coordinator for HealthIT (ONC) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) hosted by the Medstartr crowd funding and Challenge platform. In this […]
Jeanne Pinder, CEO of Clear Health Costs (@CHCosts) chats with Dr Pat Salber, CEO of HealthTech Hatch (@HealthTechHatch) and Alex Fair, CEO of Medstartr (@Medstartr) at the Health Datapalooza IV in Washington DC. Learn about the two competing healthcare focused crowd funding platforms and their different approaches to the market. Pat Salber discusses the recent […]
Andy Oram (@praxagora) chats with Fred Trotter (@FredTrotter) at the Health Datapalooza IV in Washington, DC. Hacking HIPAA is a project jointly developed by Fred with David Harlow (@healthblawg). The project is soon to be listed for crowd funding support at @Medstartr and intends to rollout in the following markets: New York, Texas and California […]
Meet the Health Innovation Broadcast Consortium (HIBC.tv). The domain ‘born on’ date was 2.12.13. The effort would focus on the five days in March (3rd – 7th) when that sea of health informatics humanity and related interests associated with HiMSS (the Health Information Management Systems Society) descended upon ‘the City of New Orleans’ for it’s […]
See what’s ‘in the can’, and on tap in the ‘big easy’ for the @HIBCtv team. Please support our livestreaming coverage via Medstartr or HealthTech Hatch.
by Pat Salber Health Innovation Broadcast Consortium TV (HIBC.tv) may well be the first and only network of independent health media types (journalists, bloggers, and social media mavens) that is being supported, in part, via crowdfunding. Now, this is democratization at so many levels…love it! And, if you love it too, please click on over […]