Meeting Agenda


The two-day meeting will have three tracks, providing a basis for ongoing collaboration on standards for patient-controlled interoperable electronic health records. Plenary sessions will allow sharing of insight and conclusions across all three tracks.

Business Models for Personally Controlled Records

will explore business models and best practices, focusing on providers, payors, Health IT vendors and patients. Speakers and participants will explore new applications that can be built on top of a shared, public infrastructure, as well as public and private partnerships to create that infrastructure.

Societal Implications for Personally Controlled Records

will focus on the legal and public sector implications of personally controlled health records. The track will address public health, disease management, and the legal challenges posed by patient control.

Technical Standards and Challenges

will address the exchange of patient records between systems while maintaining security and honoring patient�s security requirements.

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006

  • Noon Registration Begins
  • 12:45 pm Welcome
  • 1:00 pm Keynote by John Halamka (Bio/Video/Slides)
  • 2:00 pm Panel: Personally Controlled Health Records in Clinical Care
  • 3:15 pm Break
  • 3:45 pm Panel: PCHRs and Population Health: Employers, Plans and Public Health
  • 5:00 pm Track Break-Outs: Introductory Panels
  • 6:30 pm Reception at the Countway Library
  • 9:15 pm Shuttle to Hotel

Wednesday, October 11th, 2006

  • 7:30 am Continental Breakfast
  • 8:00 am Keynote by Mitch Kapor (Bio/Video/Slides)
  • 9:00am CBMI PCHR Innovation Award presentation
  • 9:15am Track Breakouts
  • 10:00 am Break
  • 10:30 am Track Breakouts
  • 12:30 pm Break and Lunch Pickup
  • 1:00 pm Working Lunch in Tracks
  • 2:30 pm Final Plenary Session and Track Reports
  • 4:00 pm Meeting Adjournment


Personally Controlled Health Records in Clinical Care

Tuesday, October 10th at 2:00 pm
Moderator: Dr. Isaac Kohane, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School

  • Kenneth W. Mandl, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital Boston
  • Jeff Margolis, CEO, TriZetto Corporation
    Slides (PDF)
  • Syed Tirmizi, MD & Ginger Price, Veteran's Health Administration
    Slides (PDF)

PCHRs and Population Health

Tuesday, October 10th at 3:45 pm
Moderator: William Crawford, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

  • Brad Perkins, MD, MBA, Chief Innovation Officer, Centers for Disease Control
    Slides (PDF)
  • Michael Brown, MD, Chief Information Officer, Harvard University Health Services Slides (PDF)
  • Omid Moghadam, Director, PHR Programs, Intel Corporation
    Slides (PDF)
  • Michael Sayre, PhD, Research Science Administration, National Institutes of Health
    Slides (PDF)

Business Models for PCHRs

Tuesday, October 10th at 5:00pm
Moderator: Keith Strier, JD, Provider Innovation and Emerging Opportunities Leader, Deloitte Consulting

  • Michael Howe, CEO, MinuteClinic
  • Peter Neupert, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation
    Slides (PDF)
  • Kathleen Kervin, Vice President,, Ambulatory Systems, Siemens Corporation
    Slides (PDF)

Societal Implications for Personally Controlled Health Records

Tuesday, October 10th at 5:00pm
Moderator: Patrick Taylor, JD, Deputy Chief Counsel, Children's Hospital Boston
Introduction (Word .doc)

  • Sheila Jasanoff, PhD,, Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Harvard University
    Slides (PDF)
  • Phil Marshall, MD, Vice President, Product Strategy, WebMD
  • Thinh Ngyuen, JD, Counsel, Science Commons (a project of Creative Commons)
    Slides (PDF)
  • Patricia Brennan, PhD, Moehlman-Bascom Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison & RWJ
    Slides (PDF)

The Standards Basis for Personally Controlled Health Records

Tuesday, October 10th at 5:00pm
Moderator: Isaac Kohane, MD, PhD, Director, Children's Hospital Informatics Program

  • Carol Diamond, MD, Managing Director, Health Program, The Markle Foundation
    Slides (PDF)
  • Keith Boone, Lead Interoperability System Designer, GE Healthcare
    Slides (PDF)
  • Lorraine Doo, Senior Advisor, OESS,, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
    Slides (PDF)
  • Rick Peters, MD, Chair, ASTM Committee on Healthcare Informatics
    Slides (PDF)