Europe Fall 2013

The city’s vibrant entrepreneurial spirit and dynamic investment community makes London the perfect place to take Health 2.0 initiatives to the next level.

Health 2.0 Europe is about leveraging the international Health 2.0 community to promote cross-pollination of ideas and technology collaboration. On November 17-19, 2013 we saw the best discussions in health technology , thought-provoking sessions, and networking come together for our 4th annual Health 2.0 Europe event.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

2:00pm

Pre-conference: Health 2.0 tools for the Elderly

Moderated by Maneesh Juneja - MJ Analytics

A must-attend for anyone interested in this growing market. The afternoon was standing-room only and fueled great conversation for change!

Monday, November 18, 2013

9:00am

Auditorium

Opening Presentation

9:20am

Auditorium

Improving and Enriching the Patient-Provider Relationship

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

As Health 2.0 technologies advance, so does the ease and efficiency of the relationship between patient and provider. We'll explore a number of these technologies, from tools that make the in-office experience more effective to those that improve post-discharge practices and follow-ups.

Speakers

Susan Jones
Person living with ME (United Kingdom)

10:20am

Auditorium

Double Keynote: From big to smart and open - just how we like data!

Speakers

Tim Kelsey
NHS England (United Kingdom)
Geraint Lewis
NHS England (United Kingdom)

10:40am

Auditorium

Janssen Healthcare Innovation

Deep Dive: Janssen Healthcare Innovation EMEA – Digital Health Inside & Out

At Janssen we believe that Digital Health technologies will play a fundamental enabling role in the transformation of healthcare around the world. To that end we are building new digitally enabled businesses related to Janssen’s core therapeutic areas and also supporting the larger Digital Health community through a number of activities including this year’s Digital Health Masterclass. In this session we will share some examples of these activities and our experiences along the way.

11:10am

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee and mingle with fellow attendees.

11:40am

Auditorium

The New Role of Pharma in Improving Outcomes

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Health 2.0 companies have brought in much needed tools to make navigating the pharma industry easier. With complex databases allowing users to search drug costs and interactions, as well as new tools for increasing adherence, the world of pharma is becoming increasingly more user friendly for both patients and doctors alike.

Speakers

Demos by

F1000
Daniel Marovitz (United Kingdom)
MediSafe
Bob Shor (Israel)
Geneix
Mark Bartlett (United Kingdom)

12:40pm

Exhibit Hall

Lunch

Grab a bite to eat before heading to a session on Central and Eastern Europe or an unconference breakout on collaboration with pharma and health care professionals.

1:00pm

Queenhithe

Lunch Workshop: Focus on Central and Eastern Europe

Moderated by Gábor Gyarmati - Szinapszis Group & Rob Halkes - Health Business Consult

Using the fresh results of the MedNetTrack CEE survey, the session will cover:
· Similarities and differences in the CEE landscape
· Physicians’ and patients’ online specific behaviours in the region
· Opportunities and challenges for health entrepreneurs
· Success stories and lessons learned
· The boom to come in mobile health

Upper River Room

Unconference: Improving Collaboration Between Pharma and Health care Professionals

Moderated by Felix Jackson - medDigital

Pharmaceutical companies need to collaborate with experts more than ever to bring safe and effective medicines to market. But traditional ways to collaborate can be expensive, slow and complex. Meanwhile pharma and health care budgets are increasingly limited. Let’s use this informal ‘unconference’ session to explore better ways for pharma to collaborate digitally with health care professionals and providers. Bring your experiences and ideas, so we can collaborate to improve collaboration in health care.

2:00pm

Auditorium

Health 2.0 for the Brain

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

Mental health is an important and growing topic and in Health 2.0 for the Brain we'll cover the latest mobile technologies for mental health disorders, condition tracking, online communities, and more.

3:00pm

Auditorium

NHS Compass - essential keys to navigating the largest health care provider in the world

Moderated by

With 1.7 million workers across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the NHS is one of the world’s largest employers. The opportunities for entrepreneurs to be part of the next version of the NHS are real, but the private sector often does not have access to the right people to understand its agenda and rules of engagement. In this session, Beverley and Alex will share essential orientation keys and their one-year plan to open the NHS for business.

Speakers

Alex Abbot
NHS England (United Kingdom)
Tracey Watson
NHS England (UK)

3:25pm

Auditorium

WorldOne + Sermo

Deep Dive: Transforming Global Healthcare; Improving Outcomes Through Social Technology & Community

WorldOne demonstrates its global prevalence, highlighting its combination with Sermo to create the most engaged online physician community. See the amazing things that can happen when a community bands together to solve complex medical conditions across borders.

3:40pm

Auditorium

Cyberdoctor

Deep Dive: Cyberdoctor

As one of the first clinical practice tools to build a simple, elegant work flow enabling patient-physician communication and patient-centered decision making, CyberDoctor is back in 2013 to tell us how they're improving patient awareness, adherence and outcomes.

3:55pm

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee and mingle with fellow attendees.

4:25pm

Auditorium

By the end of the year, the European Commission will have published a green paper on mHealth expected to provide a snapshot of the regulatory landscape for mHealth while launching a debate with stakeholders on the need to act in the field. Céline Deswarte will share the key elements of this consultation document that will shape the debate around the regulation for health and well-being apps. Plus two exciting, new project launches from iLink and GET.

Speakers

Ian Walden
iLink - The European Network of Law Incubators (United Kingdom)

4:50pm

Auditorium

Empowering Patients

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

See demos of patient centered tools, technologies and design helping patients take control over their health for better outcomes and communication with providers. Also hear from leaders in the patient movement.

Speakers

Charlie Young
Transform UK (United Kingdom)

5:50pm

Auditorium

End of Day Wrap Up

6:00pm

Exhibit Hall

Welcome Drinks

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

9:00am

Auditorium

Opening Remarks

9:10am

Auditorium

Sensors & Tracking: Quantifying the Self & Listening to Your Body

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

A focus on the increasingly popular tracking devices and platforms built for health. Demos of the hottest tools and discussion on how to make the most of the data they generate.

Speakers

David Plans
BioBeats (United Kingdom)

10:15am

Auditorium

Abbvie

AbbVie Deep Dive: Patient solutions that make sense: a case study

This session proposes a case study that shows how patients, an entrepreneur and AbbVie worked together to develop a solution for people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Speakers

Marco Woesthuis
AbbVie (The Netherlands)
Marieke Voshaar
Tools2use.eu (The Netherlands)

10:45am

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee and mingle with fellow attendees.

11:15am

Auditorium

Health 2.0 Tools for Doctors & Hospitals

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Doctors and hospitals are the front line for providing the best care so it only makes sense they should be using the best tools available. Today we'll take a look at the newest range of tools including workflow and communication tools to the latest in population health management.

Demos by

12:30pm

Exhibit Hall

Lunch

Pick up lunch and head to an Unconference session on collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry.

12:50pm

Queenhithe

Lunch Workshop: Investing in Digital Health – Why and How?

Moderated by John Milad - NBGI Ventures

While the work of the digital health community is generating a lot of buzz in Europe, investors remain shy and investment levels are far from reaching their potential. Compared to life sciences and other investment areas, eHealth is still relatively new and missing frameworks and benchmarks. This session, specifically designed for investors, will present essential data and success stories to support eHealth evidence, provide strategies to inform investment decisions, and discuss a blueprint for digital health investments.

1:45pm

Auditorium

Financing Health 2.0: Who's Stepping Up?

Moderated by Eugene Borukhovich - SoftServe

Looking to learn more about investment opportunities and strategies in health care IT? You won't want to miss this must-see panel for entrepreneurs, start-ups and seasoned Health 2.0 Veterans.

Speakers

2:30pm

Auditorium

Adherence and Behaviour Change

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

You can create all the apps and tools you want, but what marks of a truly transformative health care technology experience? Experts discuss effective design for the behaviour change and adherence.

3:30pm

EIT ICT Labs

Deep Dive: EIT ICT Labs

Learn more about this knowledge and innovation community set up by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. EIT ICT Labs’ mission is to drive European leadership in ICT innovation for economic growth and quality of life.

Speakers

3:45pm

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee and mingle with fellow attendees.

4:15pm

Auditorium

Not Your Mother's Health 2.0

One of our most popular sessions which covers taboo topics not normally discussed onstage. This session covers everything from sex to sleep to stress. You won't want to miss this one!

Demos by

SnoreLab
Jules Goldberg (United Kingdom)
MySexDoctor
Fabrizio Dolfi (United Kingdom)
TakeTen
Fintan Connolly (North Ireland)
AlcoChange
Gautam Mehta (United Kingdom)

5:15pm

Auditorium

End of Day Wrap Up

Venue

The Mermaid Conference & Events Centre

Nearby hotels:

Premier Inn - Blackfriars - 0,3 miles
1-2 Dorset Rise, London EC4Y 8EN     T: 0871 527 9362
Rates from £160 per night on the dates of the conference.

Ibis London Blackfriars Hotel – 0.4 miles
49 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NZ      T: +44 (0) 207 633 2720
Rates from £175 per night on the dates of the conference.

Crowne Plaza Hotel - The City **** - 0,2 miles
19 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6DB     T: +44 (0) 20 7438 8078
Rates from £180 per night on the dates of the conference. Quote Corporate ID number ‘954312432’ for the discounted rate

Apex Temple Court Hotel **** - 0,5 miles
1-2 Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1LL     T: +44 (0) 20 3617 0071
Rate £240.00 per night on the dates of the conference. Quote ‘Mermaid Centre’ by phone or type in Corporate/Promotion Code ‘NMERMAID’ on the website.

Puddle Dock
Blackfriars
London
EC4V 3DB
England
Map and Directions

Website: http://www.the-mermaid.co.uk/
Phone: 020 7236 1919