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User:Carlos Rizo
Bio Carlos is the former Chief Imagineer (Idea Carlos is the former Chief Imagineer (Ideas Officer) at the Cell and now co-founder of My healthcare Innovation. Carlos has 23 years of experience in healthcare, half of which have been dedicated entirely to healthcare innovation. Carlos is a medical doctor, trained in Colombia and a researcher focused on the impact of the Internet in healthcare. He is a former fellow on eHealth, consumer health informatics and healthcare innovation from the University Health Network's Centre for Global eHealth Innovation where he co-evolved one of the first Internet clinics for cancer patients. Carlos is an inventor, has published in medical and health policy peer-reviewed journals, and blogs and micro-blogs about healthcare innovation on Twitter and Facebook. He belongs to the first generation of 'e-patients' and is a member of the Journal of Participatory Medicine's editorial board. Carlos is also the organizer of the Healthcamp Toronto unconference (citizen participation in healthcare reform) and Quantified Self Toronto Meetup (self tracking for behavioural modification).He is a patient by accident, a physician by training and a life-long learner currently enrolled as a PhD candidate at the [http://www.hpme.utoronto.ca/site3.aspx Department of Health Policy Management and Evaluation], University of Toronto, examining success' and 'failure of Health Information Systems.Carlos is a former fellow on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EHealth eHealth] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innovation Innovation] at the University Health Network's [http://www.ehealthinnovation.org Centre for Global eHealth Innovation], and on Consumer Health Informatics at the [http://www.uhn.ca/Patients_&_Visitors/health_info/topics/pen/pmh_pen/about.asp Patient Education Network], Princess Margaret Hospital. Carlos has written on medical [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&cmd=DetailsSearch&term=%22Rizo+CA%22%5BAuthor%5D+OR+%22Rizo+C%22%5BAuthor%5D&log$=activity peer-reviewed journals], blogs on [http://carlosrizo.tumblr.com disruptive innovations] and [http://im-patient.blogspot.com patient advocacy] and micro-blogs about healthcare innovation, randomness, and life on [http://twitter.com/carlosrizo Twitter] and [http://www.facebook.com/people/Carlos-Rizo/517687983 Facebook]. om/people/Carlos-Rizo/517687983 Facebook].
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A rapid, Web-based method for obtaining patient views on effects and side-effects of antidepressants +, Assessing and Responding in Real Time to Online Anti-vaccine Sentiment during a Flu Pandemic +, Assessing and Responding in Real-Time to Online Anti-vaccine Sentiment during a Flu Pandemic +, Cell creating new Semantic Media Wiki website +, Cell's Imagineer quoted on self tracking and self monitoring +, Colombia's oldest paper highlights Cell's mission +, DSM-Twitter: Are We Happy Or Sad Right Now? +, HealthCamp Toronto 2009 +, Innovation Cell is formed in February 2009 as an independent healthcare innovation think/do-tank +, Introducing myhospitalidea partership project with the Ontario Hospital Assocation +, Italian newspaper SecoloXIX profiles Cell's imagineer +, MaRS Medicine 2.0 Conference +, Mental HealthCamp Toronto +, Ontario Hospital Association and Innovation Cell Partner on myhospitalidea.com +, Participatory storytelling online - Innovation Cell publishes new research showing the power of participatory storytelling online +, Releases new survey to redefine patienthood +, The Change Foundation and the Innovation Cell partner to probe how Social Media can improve patient care +, Toronto Star Article on MentalHealthCamp Toronto +, Towards a New Model of Healthcare Awards +, You Changed My Life + People
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