I am Chris Hogg, a Health 2.0 advocate, tech enthusiast, and researcher/analyst of all things healthcare.  I like to think about the changing healthcare landscape, the value and utility of health data, the changing relationship between physician and patient and the impact of technology on behavioral change.  Currently, I am a commercial strategist for a major biotech company in the Bay Area.  I am also a husband and proud new father.

You can follow me on twitter (@cwhogg) and see more of my background here.

You can contact me at cwhogg {at} gmail {dot} com

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  1. 1 Dr. Matt June 20, 2011 at 3:12 am

    um… the api and everything already has been done. Geez, I’ve been using it for years.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuity_of_Care_Record
    Here’s the implementation:
    take each of the sections, ‘demographics’, ‘surgeries’, ‘medications’, ..whatever
    make each an html section marker
    put the relevant info into each.
    This allows personal health records readable in abu dabee to Zanzibar.
    It is parsible. I have programs to give a nice front end for it, to give the current best practice guidelines based on the medical information, and ability to fill out a bunch of forms using the info. (they were built from a Mad libs program source code). Interested, I can send you all the programs, etc, etc (the lot of everything is under 10k in size)


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