Regina Holliday is a DC-based patient rights arts advocate. She is currently at work on a series of paintings depicting the need for clarity and transparency in medical records. She placed her first mural in the series in May of 2009. After the death of her husband, Fred Holliday II, on June 17th 2009, She began a large Mural Titled “73 cents.” This piece can be viewed at 5001 Connecticut Ave. Washington, DC 20008. This piece depicts Holliday family’s nightmare journey through the medical system during Fred’s cancer care. The painting became part of the national healthcare debate and was covered by the BBC, CNN, CBS, AOL, The Washington Post and the BMJ.

Regina is an avid blogger and writes “Regina Holliday’s Medical Advocacy Blog” at reginaholliday.blogspot. She can be found frequently chirping on Twitter as ReginaHolliday and on Facebook as Regina Holliday, Wash DC. She speaks at medical conferences providing the patient voice in discussions about HIT. Her timeline of advocacy can be found at: Time Line: www.open-health.us/topics/reginas-advocacy-timeline.

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Name:
Regina Holliday
Joined:
November 2009
Hometown:
Sapulpa, OK
Currently:
Washington , DC
I am:
Female and Single
Occupation:
Artist/ Medical Advocate
Website:
Regina Holliday's Medical Advocacy Blog