I have 14 days (from yesterday, so until December 23rd), to give away the ultimate wearable mobile technology: three Google Glass invites.
Tweet, add a comment, or (if bashful!) use my contact form to tell me how you think you can use Glass to improve provider and/or patient healthcare workflow.
— Charles Webster, MD (@wareFLO) December 10, 2013
Depending on what comes in over the transom, over the next couple weeks I may update this blog post in response to related questions, tweets, news, etc.
When you drop me a line, please start “If I had Glass, I’d improve healthcare workflow by …”
Thank you! Cheers! Good luck! Exciting!
PS You may be interested in my HIMSS Future Care and Information Week columns:
The following Information Week column is not about Glass per se. It’s about problems with health IT workflow, some of which might be helped by Glass.
@wareFLO If I had Glass, I’d improve healthcare workflow by empowering patients with type II diabetes to manage and improve lifestyle
— Adam Scroggin (@adamscroggin) December 11, 2013
@wareFLO Google Glasses + mHealth + Feedback driven by award based feedback. Thats what I want to build.
— joeweber (@joeweber) December 11, 2013
If I had Glass, I’d improve healthcare workflow by checking vaccine records lookup weird rashes & download useful medical apps! @wareFLO
— Omar Matuk MD (@omatuk) December 14, 2013