1. What does it mean to be an e-patient? For the Philippine Society of Medical Oncology

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  3. Informal video recorded during ONC's summer tour 2010.

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  4. Dr. Danny Sands and his patient "e-Patient Dave" tell the story, from both physician and patient perspectives, of Dave's experience as a stage IV cancer patient who used the internet in every way possible to supplement the excellent care he received at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

    Both became founding officers of the Society for Participatory Medicine, which is advancing the cause of doctor-patient collaboration.

    Special interest keynote delivered at the 2010 IHI Forum in Orlando. Thanks to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement for making this video freely available to the public!

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  5. Dr. Danny Sands and his patient "e-Patient Dave" tell the story, from both physician and patient perspectives, of Dave's experience as a stage IV cancer patient who used the internet in every way possible to supplement the excellent care he received at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

    Both became founding officers of the Society for Participatory Medicine, which is advancing the cause of doctor-patient collaboration.

    Special interest keynote delivered at the 2010 IHI Forum in Orlando. Thanks to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement for making this video freely available to the public!

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e-Patient Dave

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e-Patient Dave is an activated "e-Patient" as described on e-patients.net: empowered, engaged in his care, equipped and enabled. In 2007 he beat a near-fatal cancer and went on to study the e-patient movement, which in 2009 became the Society for…


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e-Patient Dave is an activated "e-Patient" as described on e-patients.net: empowered, engaged in his care, equipped and enabled. In 2007 he beat a near-fatal cancer and went on to study the e-patient movement, which in 2009 became the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Dave is actively involved in the "patient engagement" aspect of transforming healthcare, participating in policy meetings, consulting with industry, managing the e-patients.net blog, and as a highly rated, compelling speaker.

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