Regina Holliday
Patient Rights Arts Advocate

About Me

Regina Holliday is a DC-based patient rights arts advocate. Regina began painting a series of murals depicting the need for clarity and transparency in medical records. This advocacy mission was inspired by her husband Frederick Allen Holliday II and his struggle to get appropriate care during 11 weeks of continuous hospitalization at 5 facilities. After his death resulting from kidney cancer on June 17, 2009, she began painting a mural entitled “73 cents.” It depicts the Holliday family’s journey through the medical system. This painting became part of the national healthcare debate and was covered by news sources such as ABC, CBS, BBC and peer reviewed journal such as the BMJ. Regina will be the 2012 Medicine X artist-in-residence. She will be painting throughout the conference, documenting the events that occur both on stage and off.

At Medicine X 2015

Friday, September 27 3:40 pm (Plenary Hall)
Part 5: #Whatifhc Panel
Based on the hashtag #Whatifhc proposed by Michael Seid of the C3N Project, and discussed on Susannah Fox’s blog, we will challenge the Medicine X audience to propose their own, “What if healthcare…”... Read more
Saturday, September 28 11:05 am (Plenary Hall)
Sunday, September 29 9:40 am (Upper Lobby)
Walk & Talk with Regina Holliday
Combining physical activity (walking) with intellectual activity (talking) is the broad purpose of this initiative. Held during our 30 minute coffee breaks, these 20 minute walk and talk sessions will... Read more
Sunday, September 29 1:30 pm (LK 308)
Masterclass on social media for action
Regina Holliday is the founder of the Walking Gallery and is the author of Regina Holliday’s Medical Advocacy Blog. She will conduct a 90-minute Master Class on social media for action. The final curriculum... Read more
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