April 1, 2017, WASHINGTON DC: Arc Fusion is collaborating with PatientsLikeMe and the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy to hold a unique dinner and program on May 2, 2017 at the historic Whittemore. The theme is: Person-Generated Health Data: Evidence by the people, for the people.
The dinner will convene patients and leaders of industry, academia and government for a provocative evening of art, music, and talks. Over dinner we’ll discuss the question: What is health evidence in this networked and connected 21st Century?
6:45pm-8:00pm: Program with Arc Fusion Talks delivered by compelling speakers, a provocative panel, arts and music – and results from the Arc Fusion Survey on person-generated health data
8:00pm-9:15pm: Arc Fusion Dinner where guests are divided into small tables in private dining rooms throughout the historic Whittemore House to have a great meal and a directed discussion on our theme, led by a Table Talk Leader
9:15pm-10:00pm: After dinner drinks and desert in the Lady Bird Johnson Garden
Hosted by David Ewing Duncan of Arc Fusion, with Sally Okun of PatientsLikeMe and Mark McClellan of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
Speakers include Jamie Heywood, Susan Dentzer, Mark McCellan, Laura Esserman, Geof Hill, Anna McColllister-Slipp and Tara Montgomery, with arts performances by Anne Thomas, Laura Sanscartier, and Regina Holliday.