I am hosting a conversation with Niam Yaraghi (Center for Technology Innovation, The Brookings Institution) and Casey Quinlan (Mighty Casey Media) following their interesting back-and-forth online on the question of whether and how patient reviews of physicians can add value. We will consider the old saw that healthcare is unique and can’t be dealt with in the same way as other products and services, and explore productive ways forward around recognizing the patient voice in evaluating health care providers.
See you on the 24th. Please come prepared to join the conversation by posting comments and questions on the feed – and submit some in advance using the Q&A function. We will address them as time permits.
Join us for what promises to be a very interesting Google Hangout On Air. (Please RSVP on the Hangout page.) It will be archived for later viewing as well.
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David Harlow is a health care lawyer and consultant at The Harlow Group LLC, and chairs the Society for Participatory Medicine’s public policy committee. Check out his home blog, HealthBlawg, where a version of this post first appeared. You should follow him on Twitter: @healthblawg.