Due to lack lustre ticket sales and with less than four weeks to go until the event we have been forced to cancel HealthCa.mp/SFBay.
We are in the process of issuing refunds to everyone who has purchased a ticket.
We are also actively looking for local organizers who could help us put together a future event in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are interested in helping us to do this please get in touch. You can do this by sending an email to:
mark [AT] HealthCa [DOT] mp.
October 5th, 2012 will be our fourth annual HealthCamp at Kaiser Permanente’s Sidney R. Garfield Innovation Center in San Leandro, CA. The facility is an amazing place for innovation and experimentation.
In previous years we have started the day by offering a limited number of people the opportunity to take a tour of the center. This year we are doing things differently…
The team at the Innovation Center have put on a virtual tour. Now everyone can take the tour of this amazing place. So, follow the link below and take the tour. Then come go to out Ticket page and book your place at HealthCamp so that you can experience the thrill of innovation in person on Friday October 5th at HealthCa.mp/SFBay the premier Health Un-conference.
We will be grouping together a series of 4×4 presentations around common themes. A series of 4 presentations will be presented followed by a period of open discussion with the participants who are in attendance.
What is the format for the 4 slides?
If you had 4 minutes and 4 slides what would you have to say?
Slide 1: What is the problem you are addressing?
Slide 2: What have you done to improve this situation?
Slide 3: What are your roadblocks/what don’t you know/Where would you like help?
Slide 4: Who are you and what drew you to tackle this challenge?
How do I get to present a 4×4?
Purchase a sponsor ticket and submit your title and outline to mark AT HealthCA.mp.
We are delighted to announce some great news about the “FireStarter” talks that will open HealthCampSFBay on Friday September 23rd, 2011.
We have a dream team to fire up the audience about Nutrition, Innovation and the link to Health. Get your tickets Now!
Dr. Alan Greene
Dr. Alan Greene is one of the chief instigator’s behind the “WhiteOut” campaign to end junk food for babies.
Let’s reverse a half century of habit. Let Kids’ first bite be real food – such as mashed avocado, banana, sweet potato, or whole grains (like whole oats or brown rice). There’s no good reason not to. They won’t mind at all. They’ll thank you.
Dr. Preston Maring
Dr. Maring, an OB/GYN physician with Kaiser Permanente since 1971, is the inspiration behind Kaiser Permanente’s Farmer’s Markets. He has a life long passion for cooking. You can find his cooking videos on YouTube.
What you eat is one of the most important determinants of your health.
The plans for HealthCampSFBay are dropping in to place nicely. The event takes place on Friday September 23rd, 2011 at the world-renowned Sidney R. Garfield Innovation Center in San Leandro, CA.
Our “Fire Starter” speakers are confirmed. We are honored to have Dr. Alan Greene and Dr. Preston Marring opening HealthCampSFBay. They will be firing you all up about the critical role of good food as the key to health.
We will have plenty of Food and Exercise related activities taking place throughout the day. We will be updating the web site with more information as plans are finalized. However, you can check out the site now at http://HealthCa.mp/sfbay. Early bird (Friends of HealthCamp) and Sponsor tickets are already available. Go to http://healthca.mp/sfbay/tickets. We will be providing a Bus between San Leandro BART Station and the Innovation Center. Save yourself the hassle of traveling by car. Use Public Transport and catch our Bus. There is a nominal $5 fee to help defray the cost of the service which is being provided by our generous sponsors, Kaiser Permanente.
We are happy to announce the beginning of a new planning season for HealthCamp SFBay! We have just locked down Friday, September 23, 2011 as our date and will again be hosting at the Garfield Health Care Innovation Center. We will continue to provide an open venue to explore and share new ideas in healthcare innovation. Please check back for more details!
Todd Park, HHS CTO, hosting a session on open health data.
With over 260 people registered, 4 sessions for each of the 15 rooms, and hundreds of shared conversations, it is not surprise that we generated enough content and interest to garner over 2 million Twitter impressions!
The organizing team for HealthCamp SFBay wants to send a shout out to all the attendees (present and virtual) and sponsors who made the day such a success!