Getting ready for this years linux festival in Columbus, Ohio. This will be only the second year, consecutive, I've attended.
Quite stoked to finally have the chance to meet up with a few individuals I've known, now for over half a decade - to date however, only via electronic transmission.
Also quite stocked by the Open Source Medical Software trak at the fest and will be attending in total.
Friday Sept 10, 2010
11:00-11:40 Ruth Suehle, from Red Hat and opensource.com/life. OS Medical Interventions Around the World
11:45-12:30 Lunch on your own - food court conveniently located right down the hall!
12:30-2:30 Susan Rose MSN RN-BC, The Electronic Medical Revolution
2:45-5:00 Dr.David Chan - Workshop - OSCAR (Number one open source medical app in Canada.)
Saturday Sept 11, 2010
10:00-11:00 Dr. David Chan
11:00-12:00 Fred Trotter - Comparing OS Medical Records
12:00-1:00 Mike Magee (by video) - What is Your Lifetime Heath Records Plan?
1:45-2:30 Amy Andres- Health Information Exchange
2:30- 3:30 Dr. Robert Budman - Choosing the Right Electronic Medical Record
3:30-4:30 Dr. Andrew Barbash- Virtual Medicine
4:30 -5:00 What is "Meaningful Use"? - A Panel Discussion
Joyce and I will be hitting the pavement at Oh-Dark hour sometime tomorrow for the 420 KM trip - with a littel luck and no traffic snaffus should be there with a bit more than, a wee bit of, time to spare.
Had a nice chat with Eric Bachard from the EducOO.org group about OOoLight - will have the latest OOo4Kids and OOoLight applications on a pair or mobile devices for anyone that wants to play wth either, or a quick demo
- ok a netbook and a laptop...but those aren't exactly luggables...maybe the laptop a bit. So if you see me, and I have a computing device in tow, please stop and take a look.
I've also signed up for the Diversity Workshop on Sunday and hope to see many folks from last year. I'll have some of the latest OpenOffice.org extensions for accessibility and a few utilites on the laptop, if anyone would again like to have some time checking it out or a quick demo - just find me...
More from the trip - as we go..