Everyone in the “health 2.0” world knows that the Health 2.0 conference is the conference in the health 2.0 world. It’s where everybody has to be, if they want to be known in that high-powered innovator world. Proof got even deeper when, a couple of years ago, they shifted venue from downtown San Francisco to the belly of the beast: Silicon Valley.
Less well known is that Health 2.0 has a number of outlying communities, and one is in Sacramento, the state capital. Next month I’ll be speaking there, at a free event open to the public.
It’s 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Hacker Lab, 1715 I Street. Register here! And here’s the Health 2.0 Sacramento site. Tentative agenda:
6:30 – 7:15 Mingling and Munchies
7:30-8:15 e-Patient Dave (including time for Q&A)
A special thanks to one of my earliest Twitter buddies, @GoodLaura – Laura Good – who, it happens, is a startup geek in that very area and involved with Health 2.0. My first private twitter messages with Laura were in 2009! (If you must know, it was about some typesetting arcana that were raising puzzles in Microsoft Word.) How sweet it is to cross paths IRL with long-time online peeps!
So excited to see you here in Sacramento!
e-Patient Dave says
Well shucks, Liz – A couple years ago Doctors Medical Center had me speak there, and I brought along the famous Hugo Campos as a subcontractor! It’ll be fun to see you too.