As one of this year’s Stanford MedicineX ePatient delegates, I appeared as a guest on the 4/8/14 episode of Stanford MedX Live – ePatient Leadership, Finding Your Voice. You can view it right here:

Stanford University School of Medicine is a luminary for merging technology with medicine. I’m very pleased that I have been selected to participate in this year’s conference in sunny California. I’m looking forward to sharing the work I do for patient advocacy and sharing my own story as an ePatient leader. I’m most excited and appreciative for the opportunity to learn from the other extraordinary e-patients, healthcare professionals and technology innovators and disruptors that will be in attendance. You can see the 2014 ePatient Scholar Announcement –>HERE

Meredith Hurston 2014 Stanford MedX Delegate

Meredith Hurston,
2014 Stanford MedX Delegate

What is an e-Patient?

The term ePatient was coined by Dr. Tom Ferguson

to describe individuals who are equipped, enabled, empowered and engaged in their health and health care decisions. He envisioned health care as an equal partnership between e-patients and health professionals and systems that support them.

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For a transcript of this episode of Stanford MedX Live –>