Cinderblocks 2022: Conference Day 1
Pastor Christine Roe resides in central Pennsylvania in her first call, serving a two point parish. She also serves as the chaplain for the candidacy committee for the Allegheny Synod. Also important in her life at this time is walking with people as a spiritual director. Her life before being called to be a pastor was spent for many years serving families with children birth to three in early intervention services.
What I would really like to do with this august group of people at Cinderblocks is dig deep, really deep, into what data ownership means in healthcare. Why data access alone is not enough. How we can harness existing laws to advantage patients and those that serve them.
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Zahtz has founded and directed dozens of health related companies and initiatives over her career and has won numerous awards including: Top 100 in Health Info Technology, Top 100 International Influencers in Health Online, Healthcare IT News' #HIT100, Recipient Walking Gallery of Healthcare, and Top 50 Most Influential Health Leaders. Her public health education campaigns have also been nationally recognized including being awarded the most influential public education campaign by the National Mental Health Association.
4:00-4:30pm Virginia Lorenzi Senior Technical Architect, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital speaks about HL7 and HIT.
Marsha Goodman-Wood leads Washington, DC-based kindie (kids+indie) band, Marsha and the Positrons, specializing in fun songs about science and how the world works with positive social messages! Marsha's award-winning songs are playful, educational, and entertaining -- mixing science facts with messages about kindness and friendship. Marsha is also a teaching artist with Wolf Trap and Arts for Learning Maryland and is a former cognitive neuroscientist.