The DOHCS 2009 conference has come and gone, and it was a tremendous success exceeding even our own lofty expectations. With nearly 300 attendees we greatly appreciated the interest in the speakers and their oustanding presentations. We are already in planning for DOHCS 2010 and hope to see you there. Below are the presentations and audio from DOHCS 2009, please note that the audio has some problems including volume in sections (particularly Q&A) that we are aware of and unfortunately cannot resolve. MP3 files are approximately 30-55MB .
Talk #1: Industry Leaders Take on Open Source Healthcare
Opening Panel Discussion with (in order of appearance) Fred Trotter Intro then Ben Mehling from Medsphere, David Uhlman from ClearHealth, Gerald Bortis from WebReach and Ben Baumann from Akaza Research. Download the MP3.
Talk #2: The Health of the Source With Fred Trotter of HealthQuilt and FredTrotter.com
Talk #3: The promise and limitation of health information technology in national health reform with Roger Maduro of Lxis Consulting.
Talk #4: Open Source Odyssey for Sharing Medical Records with Guy Fisher of Wesp Consulting and the Primary Care Coalition
Concepts and lessons learned. An Overview of the 50 site Montgomery County Maryland/Primary Care Coalition CHLCare (ClearHealth) system providing practice management, electronic medical records and health information exchange. See the presentation and Download the MP3.
Talk #5: A Practical Application of Open Source Strategies in a Not-So-Conventional Health Care Company with Tim Elwell of Misys
A presentation on the the four critical components for consideration in the framing of an Open Source strategy and what must be considered in the creation of an Open Source strategy in a traditionally closed source health care company. See the presentation and Download the MP3.
Talk #6: It’s all about the Community with Neil Cowles of Tolven Health
Talk #7: Security and Health Care with K.S. Bhaskar of Fidelity Information Systems and Jon Tai of Medsphere