I'm honored to be speaking at the Maine Quality Counts Conference on a topic titled, "Using Social Media In the Patient Centered Medical Home." This conference is very exciting for the organization because, according to the website, this is the "First Learning Session that will bring together all practices from both the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Pilot and the Maine Health Homes (HH) Initiative as well as Community Care teams. The theme of the conference is "Primary Care Leadership In A Changing World: The Next Big Thing." The latest registration that I heard was over 500. So, this will be an exciting first event for the organization.
Above, you'll see the slide set used for my presentation entitled, "Using Social Media In The Patient Centered Medical Home." In addition, I hope to video record the presentation as well and share it here with all of you.
As far as the conference itself, I'm hoping to bring you social media coverage of it as well. You can follow my twitter account here. In addition, I encourage you to follow the twitter account for Maine Quality Counts, if for anything else, they have been doing these creative Health Care Related Haikus with the hashtag #DailyHealthCareHaiku. I don't know if there is a twitter hashtag to the conference, but I will also be using the hashtag #AF4Q which is associated with our friends at Aligning Forces For Quality. Follow the conference on twitter!