Corral Your Data and Lasso Your Health!

Friday October 19 – Sunday October 21, 2012

Friday Night Kickoff 7-9pm at The Cedar Door

Saturday-Sunday Coding at

Capital Factory (701 Brazos, 16th Floor)


 1st Place: $1000

2nd Place: $500

3rd Place: $250


The Austin chapter of Health 2.0 is excited to be hosting our first ever code-a-thon called Codeo (for Code Rodeo) to corral our data and lasso our health! Our goal is to create and advance patient-centered disruptive innovations to improve health and health care. Join fellow developers, designers, entrepreneurs, health care professionals, and others for 2 days of rapid prototyping and creative health-hacking. Participants will get data, direction, diverse collaborators, darn good food and prizes, and potentially the beginning of a product or even the next big venture. Winners will be awarded Cash Prizes!

Registration is FREE but seating is limited, so 


If you have questions or comments, contact Erin Gilmer at

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Tech Talks


Lindsey Mosby of frog design is a partner in the discovery and implementation of organizational excellence, Lindsey has deep experience in brand strategy, communications, qualitative research and organizational and change management.  She has worked with Coca-Cola, Stone Yamashita Partners, The Kellogg Foundation, NIKE, Philips Lighting, Philips Healthcare, AT&T, UNICEF and The Well Project.





Jack Nye is a Principal Architect and Vice President at athenahealth in charge of their Austin office.  He is also a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA.  Jack has worked in athenahealth’s software development groups since 2002 and has over 15 years of experience in the software industry.  athenahealth is experiencing tremendous success and is ambitiously growing its Austin operation under Jack’s guidance.


Jon Lebkowsky – is a web consultant/developer, author, and activist who co-founded the Society for Participatory Medicine. Jon became a social technology consultant to the late Dr. Tom Ferguson as Ferguson was writing the seminal “e-Patients” white paper, and joined the team of Ferguson’s collaborators that founded the Society of Participatory Medicine and its peer-reviewed Journal of Participatory Medicine.