This post originally appeared on the Project HealthDesign Blog.
Libby Dowdall, Communications Coordinator, Project HealthDesign National Program Office
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneer portfolio, which supports bold ideas that could transform health and health care, has invited a diverse group of grantees and friends to participate in next week’s Health 2.0 Conference in San Francisco.
We’re sending members from each of our five current Project HealthDesign teams, as well as several members of our National Advisory Committee, to engage in conversations with other health innovators. We can’t wait to connect with the other Pioneer portfolio attendees, including inspiring researchers from Open mHealth and avant-garde self-experimenters from Quantified Self. If you’ll be attending the conference, keep an eye out for our group, and be sure to introduce yourself!
- What are the most important challenges to address in order to get more people collecting their own health data and information?
- What are the most important hurdles to overcome in order for patients to bring this information to their doctors and for it to inform clinical care?
- Of all the things you can track, what is the one piece of patient-generated data that has the most potential value to both personal health and clinical care?
We look forward to hearing your input and hope these questions will help generate meaningful conversation during—and after—Health 2.0.
Share your answers by commenting on the Pioneering Ideas blog.