— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) February 26, 2016
Way back in 2012 I started walking around HIMSS conferences with a little video camera clipped to a ball cap. I could even stream live video, but connectivity, means to invite people, and for them to watch, just weren’t there yet. So I mostly recorded One-Minute Interviews, which I uploaded to Youtube and, on the spot, tweeted on the #HIMSS12 hashtag (“HatCam” goes to #HIMSS12). However, each year the technology to pull this off improves.
Here’s a #HatCam family portrait of generations HIMSS12, HIMSS13, and HIMSS14/15.
I’m not gonna steal my own thunder, so, no, I’ll not reveal the HIMSS16 HatCam here. But I do want to put throw this teaser out there. Here is the HatCam hat. And the new HatCam attaching to it is gonna be special!
HATCAM WILL RETURN!
Also please welcome the newest sibling, the HIMSSworkflow tie.
Hmm, checkout my previous tie that calculated and displayed heart rate Beats Per Minute (BPM). Hmm, hmm, hmm. How might I turn my HIMSSworkflow tie into a HIMSSmakers tie too? Suggestions?
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) March 30, 2015
@wareFLO On Periscope!