Slides, Notes, Tweets for My #SHS2014 (before #HIMSS14) Google Glass and Healthcare Information and Workflow Presentation

This post is a gateway to my entire slide deck used during a presentation on Google Glass and Healthcare Workflow presented at the 2014 Society for Health Systems conference held immediately before HIMSS’14 in Orlando. I turned each slide into a blog post along with expanded speaker notes. I’ve included the best of the most relevant tweets I’ve tweeted about Glass (over 2000!), because they have links to other resources.

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I’m publishing these slides slash blog posts slash curated tweets immediately before the actual presentation as a sort of experiment. During the presentation I intend to skip through the slides, dealing with each briefly, in order to get to the most important part of the presentation. Getting as many people to experience Glass for two-minutes apiece. Some of this will occur on stage, with the Glass screen volunteers see projected for the audience to see. And part of this experiment will occur off-stage, as I’m bringing multiple Glass headsets to accomplish this.

I’ll also periodically tweet a slide during the HIMSS’14 meeting. Please, if you stumble on this post, or any the individual slide posts, and you see me wandering around, wearing a blue Glass, stop me to ask for a demo!

Cheers!

–Chuck

P.S. The following tweet is to help you find me!

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