Guest of the Week (7/8)
Liz Salmi, Brain Cancer Blogger
Congratulations Liz! You are theCUBE Guest of the Week.
As technology becomes more open, the healthcare industry is struggling with highly regulated privacy rules, making it a difficult journey to try and bring some openness into the doctor-patient relationship. OpenNotes, a national initiative, is trying to achieve a more open healthcare relationship by providing patients access to notes written by any clinician they visit, in an effort to better manage their health.
This week, SiliconANGLE features Liz Salmi, a brain cancer blogger and director of communications for the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California, as its Guest of the Week due to her dedication to helping patients become more involved with their own healthcare education.
Salmi joined a panel of those working with OpenNotes on theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, hosted by Stu Miniman (@stu) during Red Hat Summit. Also on the panel were John Santa, director of OpenNotes dissemination at Beth Israel Deaconess, and Amy Fellows, owner and principal consultant of Fellows Health Connect, LLC.