— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) February 26, 2016
Way back in 2012 I started walking around HIMSS conferences with a little video camera clipped to a ball cap. I could even stream live video, but connectivity, means to invite people, and for them to watch, just weren’t there yet. So I mostly recorded One-Minute Interviews, which I uploaded to Youtube and, on the spot, tweeted on the #HIMSS12 hashtag (“HatCam” goes to #HIMSS12). However, each year the technology to pull this off improves.
Here’s a #HatCam family portrait of generations HIMSS12, HIMSS13, and HIMSS14/15.
I’m not gonna steal my own thunder, so, no, I’ll not reveal the HIMSS16 HatCam here. But I do want to put throw this teaser out there. Here is the HatCam hat. And the new HatCam attaching to it is gonna be special!
HATCAM WILL RETURN! 🙂
Also please welcome the newest sibling, the HIMSSworkflow tie.
Hmm, checkout my previous tie that calculated and displayed heart rate Beats Per Minute (BPM). Hmm, hmm, hmm. How might I turn my HIMSSworkflow tie into a HIMSSmakers tie too? Suggestions?
— Charles Webster MD (@wareFLO) March 30, 2015
@wareFLO On Periscope!