Rock the Meydenbauer

It appears that Spring is on its way to the Pacific Northwest - the mountains and evergreens are showing themselves outside my window, just like in Doonesbury when Mike worked for Bernie in high tech. And with another Spring comes another Microsoft Connected Health Conference --- we would love to have you join us, May 19th and 20th at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.

This is the fourth CHC for us (although the first in 2007 was under NDA!) - this year, our theme is about catalysts for change spanning the clinical ecosystem. We're focusing on improving real scenarios leveraging our entire suite of end-to-end solutions, from consumers and patients with HealthVault to providers and researchers with Amalga UIS, Sentillion and HealthVault Community Connect.

Our emcee for this year's event will be Ian Morrison, author of Healthcare in the New Millennium: Vision, Values and Leadership. In addition to a ton of partner and customer stories and demonstrations, we'll hear from folks like Stephen Dubner, Todd Park, David Brailer and Rod Hochman. As in previous years, we'll run both business and technical sessions and have built in a bunch of time for networking  - should be a lively couple of days!

As I understand it, they've even reserved me a room so I can have one-on-one meetings with folks. Which means you have to come, if only so I won't be sitting sad and alone waiting for somebody to visit. My room is going to have rocking tunes --- and maybe I'll even bring cookies...

Use code CHCREG10 at the registration site to reserve your spot --- look forward to seeing you there!

Comments (2)
  1. Hey Sean, I’ll come to your room, but only if you have a spinning disco ball.

    Seriously, looking forward to the event and catching up with what MSFT-HSG is doing today and its plans for tomorrow.  HIMSS was just too time-constrained to dig deep into your activities,and dang, we didn’t even get a chance to meet.

    See you in May,


  2. hopefully healthy cookies with no HFCS 🙂

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