VIRTUAL: Susannah Fox at the Hudson Library [2/15]

Join the Hudson Library & Historical Society on Thursday, February 15 at 7 p.m. when health and technology strategist Susannah Fox discusses her new book, Rebel Health

*Please note, this is a virtual event and registration is required to attend. To register, click here

Rebel Health shows how the next wave of health innovation will come from the front lines of this patient-led revolution. Fox identifies and describes four archetypes of this revolution: seekers, networkers, solvers, and champions. Each chapter includes tips, such as picking a proxy to help you navigate the relevant online communities or learning how to pitch new ideas to investors and partners or new treatments to the FDA. On a personal level, anyone who wants to navigate the health care maze faster will want to become a health rebel or recruit someone to their team. On a systemic level, it is a competitive advantage for businesses, governments, and organizations to understand and leverage the power of connection among patients, survivors, and caregivers. Proactive, optimistic, and innovative, Rebel Health is a guiding light for anyone who wishes to join the health rebel alliance and become the hero of their own story. 

Susannah Fox helps people navigate health and technology. She served as Chief Technology Officer for the US Department of Health and Human Services, where she led an open data and innovation lab. Prior to that, she was the entrepreneur-in-residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and directed the health portfolio at the Pew Research Center's Internet Project. 

Event date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
96 Library St.
Hudson, OH 44236
Rebel Health: A Field Guide to the Patient-Led Revolution in Medical Care By Susannah Fox Cover Image
ISBN: 9780262048897
Availability: Usually Arrives in 3-5 Days
Published: The MIT Press - February 13th, 2024

An action-oriented and radically hopeful field guide to the underground, patient-led revolution for better health and health care.

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