Join Over 2,000 of Your Peers at Health 2.0’s 10th Annual Fall Conference

Hear the latest trends shaping the health care industry from over 150 thought leaders and experts at the Health 2.0 10th Annual Fall Conference.

Watch hundreds of live product demos throughout the conference and get a first glance at companies developing new cutting-edge technologies across health care and wellness, ranging from chronic diagnosis and geo-analytics to financial management.

Whether you’re looking for the next new innovation or to network with the most influential health care providers, developers, and start-ups; the Health 2.0 10th Annual Fall Conference is the place to be this September.

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The Provider Symposium: Learn the Solutions That Will Resolve the Health Systems’ Biggest Issues
To truly drive change in health care, innovation needs to occur at both an operational level as well as in the day-to-day workflow of clinical care. Join hospital and other provider executives, and innovators as they tackle the biggest challenges facing health systems today

Sleep Tech Summit: Learn the Latest in Sleep Technologies
Hear thought leaders including Michael Breus, PhD, Chair, Sleep Technology Summit and author of The Power of When; Harry Wang, Senior Director of Research, Park Associates; and Chris Lindholst, CEO and Co-Founder of Metronaps and Chair, National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Technology Council as they discuss the evolving global investment landscape for sleep technologies as well as the technologies that are breaking new ground.

MarketConnect: Connect With Health Technologies
For 10 years, Health 2.0 has been introducing the latest technologies into health care. This year we are doing that in a whole new way with Health 2.0 MarketConnect – one to one meeting program between tech companies and health care providers.  Apply to meet with Genentech, Kaiser, Memorial Sloan Kettering or New York Presbyterian hospital

TRACTION
Traction puts “Series A ready” companies center stage as they compete to be recognized as the most fundable start up from venture capitalists and corporate investors. We will identify the most promising companies in new health tech who are ready to gain traction.

 

Workshops
Workshops led by industry experts on the morning of Sept. 26 will include:
Blockchain by Caterina Rindi
From Product to Platform by Margaret Cary & Joe Bormel
Designing Interventions for Health Behavior Change by  Dustin DiTommaso
Digital Health and IoT by Macadamian

 

Code-a-thon
Deciphering out of pocket costs for drugs, therapies, and insurance coverage, and comparing potential treatment options can be OH SO overwhelming. Come to this year’s Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-A-Thon on September 24-25 to #HelpSeniorsSave and make healthier decisions in real time.

 

Communities 
Join us on September 26th at 8:00 am – 12:00 pm  for the exciting, new pre-conference session, The Intersection of Technology and Public Health for Stronger Communities. We’ll showcase the organizations, foundations, and community leaders that are currently engaging in innovative new partnerships within diverse communities.

 

Diversity in Health Technology Workshop
This workshop is an open forum to discuss the need for more inclusive technologies that meet the health needs of underserved communities, as well as explore how to increase the diversity of people working in health technology. Complimentary registration is available to this session as well as the main conference through The Diversity in Health Technology Conference Support Program. To learn more and apply for complimentary registration please visit http://www.diversityinhealthtech.com/

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Unable to attend the 10th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference in person? Now you have the option to watch the Fall Conference live and the conference archive anytime, anywhere, for six months from date of purchase. Purchase access now!

 


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Screen Shot 2016-07-12 at 10.10.29 AM As we prepare to usher in the 10th year of Health 2.0 we want to take this opportunity to reflect on and recognize the accomplishments of this powerful community and movement. To do this we’re handing over the keys and allowing YOU to nominate the top influencers from the world of Health 2.0. Let us know who you think deserves top honors and we’ll recognize the winners at Health 2.0′s 10th Annual Fall Conference this September. Final voting is now open! Visit our 10 Year Global Retrospective Website to learn about the finalists and vote here!

Saturday, September 24, 2016

UCSF Misson Hall - San Francisco

FREE Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-a-Thon

Calling all designers, developers, health care professionals, biz dev and entrepreneurs: get ready for this year's Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-a-Thon! We will focus on creating technology to help seniors better understand and engage with their treatment plans. Register today for 2 days of creative health-hacking and diverse collaboration, with delicious food, prizes, and potentially the beginning of the next big thing in health IT!

Registration for the code-a-thon is now full. Please sign up for the waitlist here.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

10:00am

Ballroom F-G

Provider Symposium

The Provider Symposium is back again this year! This event will bring together hospitals & other provider executives with innovators to tackle the biggest challenges facing health systems today. In the session, you will hear about case studies from our successful Health 2.0 Catalyst pilot programs. You will also hear from the CIOs of NY Presbyterian, Cedars-Sinai, and UPMC as they discuss on how providers innovate into hospitals.

By gathering the right people, technologies, and systems into a single room, the Provider Symposium will foster debate and spark the exchange of ideas between the best minds from leading health care systems in an effort to change the face of health care as we know it.

Register Here

Note: This session requires an add-on ticket.

2:00pm

Ballroom D

Patients 2.0

The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine. This year's theme is Patient Match, where we discuss the resources and tools available for patients as they navigate their health journey from diagnosis to long-term care.

This session and the entire conference are free to qualifying patients (consultants, those running a tech startup, or representative of a health care organization are welcome, but don't qualify under the free-for-patients rate). Please see the sign-up form for details.

7:00pm

Santa Clara Pedro's Restaurant & Cantina

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Kickoff Cocktail Reception

Get a jump start on your conference networking and join us for a cocktail reception at Santa Clara Pedro's Restaurant & Cantina 3935 Freedom Circle Santa Clara, CA 95054. This reception is open to all registered attendees of the conference. To confirm your participation please RSVP HERE.

Monday, September 26, 2016

7:00am

Room 203-204

Exclusive Investor Breakfast

Before the main event begins, we are bringing together leaders in the Health 2.0 investment community and our innovative startup network for an exclusive breakfast meeting. Investors from the likes of StartUp Health, New Enterprise Associates, Merck Ventures, Humana Health Ventures, Dignity Health, Nexus Venture Partners, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Summation Health Ventures meet with startups to discuss business models, examine trends, explore portfolios, and enjoy conversation in an intimate setting.

Note: This is a closed event.

8:00am

Ballroom A

Sleep Technology Summit

As consumers increasingly look to technologies to improve their health, the ability to gain valuable insights into sleep has emerged as the next frontier. Join the Sleep Technology Summit as they explore the evolving global investment landscape for sleep technologies as well as the technologies that are breaking new ground in sleep.

Register Here

Note: This session requires a separate ticket.

8:00am

Ballroom C

Pharma Roundtable

The Pharma Roundtable will bring together some of the top minds in the pharma industry to explore how digital health is changing the pharmaceutical landscape.

Note: This session is invite only.

If you are interested in attending, please email Irena at irena@health2con.com.

8:00am

Ballroom E

Mad*Pow

Workshop: Designing Interventions for Health Behavior Change

Many of the leading causes of illness and premature death worldwide arise from the way we behave. Sedentary behavior, poor diet, excessive alcohol consumption and other adverse patterns of behavior are known to contribute to the global burden of poor health outcomes, disease processes and healthcare costs. Changing these behavior patterns remains an urgent priority.

In this half-day, interactive workshop, Mad*Pow’s Dustin DiTommaso introduce participants to relevant theories, practical frameworks and techniques from behavioral and social science, health and motivational psychology to systematically diagnose the roots of health behavior problems and design interventions (digital or otherwise) directly targeting the causal processes that regulate behavior.

Register Here

Note: This workshop requires a separate ticket.

8:00am

Ballroom H

The Intersection of Technology and Public Health for Stronger Communities

The adoption of important data and new technologies has the ability to dramatically transform public health and healthcare delivery at all levels. There is no shortage of viable new solutions, and while the digital health technology ecosystem is booming, there are significant hurdles to adoption in the community setting. Join us for a session that spotlights the organizations, foundations, and community leaders that are currently engaging in innovative new partnerships within diverse communities.

Note: This session is open to all attendees.

8:30am

Room 203-204

MarketConnect

MarketConnect is designed to break down the barriers of technology adoption within large health care organizations and connect tech companies directly with pre-qualified executives within provider systems and pharma companies that are interested in seeing vetted technologies relevant to problems that are trying to solve. The one to one meeting platform has been established to accelerate the evaluation process by creating high-level product discussions between buyers and sellers.

If you are a tech company and you would like to meet with: Genentech, Kaiser, Memorial Sloan Kettering or New York Presbyterian APPLY HERE

8:00am

Room 206

Workshop: From Product to Platform

Moderated by Margaret Cary & Joe Bormel

With today’s technologies, smart phones may show visually stunning blood pressure measurements but can be useless in making well-informed decisions. What will help patients and clinicians? What will have the potential for driving more revenue? Where are the opportunities to breathe new life into treating hypertension, which 30% of adult Americans have, and translate that into a lucrative exit? Join Margaret Cary and Joe Bormel as they walk you through it and shares thoughts on what’s important to find other opportunities in the hairball of health care.

Register Here

Note: This workshop requires a separate ticket

8:00am

Room 207

Workshop: Blockchain

You’ve heard of blockchain, you nod sagely when someone tells you about bitcoin, but be honest — you’re one of the 99.9% who really doesn’t understand it! This workshop is for you. Blockchain expert Caterina Rindi gives you a nuts and bolts explanation of blockchain and bitcoin; what they are, where they came from, and why they matter for health care. This will include some hands-on practice where you actually set up your own bitcoin wallets, so bring a phone or laptop.

Make sure you check out Ballroom D at 10:45am, where we’ll engage in a discussion and hear from some of the experts in blockchain.

Register Here

Note: This session requires an add on ticket.

8:00am

Room 209-210

Macadamian

Workshop: Digital Health and IoT

Sensors and connected devices are revolutionizing the way we experience healthcare. This 1/2 day workshop looks at what it takes to build a connected device or digital health app, from ideation through to commercial release. Learn how to bootstrap a project, design interfaces to engage users, connect into healthcare systems or EHRs, understand who hidden stakeholders be and what is needed to meet HIPAA and FDA compliance. With hands-on activities and exercises designed to clarify options and address key decision points along the way, this workshop will give you the tools to meet the needs of tomorrow’s patients and their caregivers.

Register Here

Note: This session requires an add on ticket.

8:30am

Ballroom F-G

Ziegler

TRACTION: Health 2.0's Startup Pitch Competition

Over 100 “Series A ready” companies applied, and only TEN are left standing! Attend Traction to watch as they compete to be recognized as 2016’s most fundable start-up, from venture capitalists and corporate investors. The finalists in the Professional Facing category are: Biome; HeartGenetics; Kermit; Moving Analytics; & Stroll. And in the Consumer Facing category: Advanced Telesensors; Copilots In Care; Inteliclinic; UnaliWear; & VaGenie.

Be a part of the action as these exciting new startups look to gain some traction in the health tech world.

Click over to the TRACTION Website to learn more. And then Register here to either add this to your Health 2.0 ticket (or buy a Traction only version)

Note: This session requires an add on ticket.

10:45am

Ballroom B

Health Tech Opportunities in Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets provide untapped opportunities for health technology innovators. The health care landscape may be different, but the need for technology is just as great. However, access to the right network and partners is key when entering new markets. Hear from leading investors and health care operators on trends, unique platforms and the business care for growing your health tech startup in an emerging market.

10:45am

Ballroom D

Blockchain Panel

Here we'll engage in a discussion and hear from some of the experts in blockchain.

If you want a deeper dive into the world of blockchain, be sure to check out the workshop in 207 at 8:00 am. Note that the early session requires an additional ticket that can be purchased here.

12:15pm

Lunch and Learns

Grab lunch and learn more about health care technology and platforms with speakers from Team Finland, PokitDok, and more!

12:15pm

Ballroom D

Diversity in Health Technology Workshop

Moderated by Jean-Luc Neptune

The "Diversity in Health Technology" lunch is an open forum to discuss the need for more inclusive technologies in health as well as how to increase the number of diverse individuals in health technology. Speakers who self identify as an underrepresented social group in health technology and are leaders in the field will share their experiences as well as current strategies to mitigate the lack of diversity in health technology. Participants will then have the opportunity for Q&A with the speakers towards the end of the lunch. The workshop will serve as the formal kickoff to a year long campaign focused on increasing the number of diverse innovators in health technology and addressing the lack of inclusive technologies in today's market.

Thanks to everyone who applied for conference support! We are no longer accepting applications.

The initiative is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Speakers

12:15pm

Ballroom C

Team Finland

12:15pm

Ballroom F-G

Cedars-Sinai

Lunch and Learn: Accelerating Innovation: Cedars-Sinai & Techstars!

Moderated by Missy Krasner - Box

Accelerating Innovation: Learn how entrepreneurs from the Techstars Healthcare Accelerator in partnership with Cedars-Sinai successfully launched their companies. This is your chance to hear from entrepreneurs who have introduced new, innovative and cutting-edge technology to benefit the healthcare marketplace. We’ll explore what it takes for entrepreneurs to successfully enter
the healthcare industry and how innovation doesn’t have to be compromised.

12:15pm

Ballroom E

PokitDok

Lunch and Learn: PokitDok

Moderated by Lisa Maki - PokitDok

Patient access to medical care and the process behind their experience is taking a new shape. Digital commerce has made its way to the business of health - an industry that wasn’t originally built on the Web. As the fee-for-service model shifts to reimbursements tied to value based care, hospital systems are re-imagining new ways to do business. This fireside chat will cover the technology underpinnings powering these new workflows - from APIs to Blockchain - to support insured medical care.

12:15pm

Ballroom H

Welltok

Lunch and Learn: Personalization - A Must Have Capability

The one size fits-all approach to healthcare is no longer acceptable. To survive, organizations must evolve from using traditional population segmentation approaches that serve the sickcare system, to creating a holistic personalized experience that guides consumers to optimized health.

But how do you connect with consumers at an individual level and serve up the right resources, at the right time? The secret is to fully understand and engage with consumers both within and outside of the healthcare system through a new combination of applied analytics, cognitive computing and consumer inputs. This lunch & learn will explore how industry innovators are leveraging data and enterprise-level technologies to create a truly personalized experience for their consumers. The session will also include a panel of analytics, engagement and rewards experts.

Monday, September 26, 2016

1:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

MAIN STAGE KICK OFF

Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya welcome you to the 10th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference with a reflection on how the health tech landscape has evolved over the past ten years and talk about what’s on the horizon.

2:00pm

Keynote: Harvery Fineberg
Serious Solutions for Serious Illness

Harvey Fineberg is the former president of the Institute of Medicine and currently serves as the president of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Bridging his experience in the health and philanthropy sectors, Dr. Fineberg will describe the expanding challenges faced by serious illness patients and their families, and explore the opportunities and challenges to develop
innovative and useful technology solutions that improve the quality of care and provide the support clinicians, patients and their families need.

2:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

10 Year Global Retrospective Awards: Patient Activists

As we usher into our 10th annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference, we reflect upon and recognize the accomplishments of the powerful Health 2.0 community through our Global Retrospective Awards. Our first award will recognize leading patient activists, who are essential to progress
in health and health care.

2:35pm

WEGO Health

Health 2.0 Updates: WEGO Health

WEGO Health will be providing a first-ever look at their on-demand digital matching platform – reinventing patient collaboration by connecting organizations to thousands of vetted patient leaders ready to transform health care.

2:40pm

Mission City Ballroom

The Next Gen Consumer: Technology for Healthy Choices

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

From choosing a health plan to genomics to activity tracking, radically new tools are available to help us make better choices across all aspects of our lives. This session will focus on the consumerization and disruption of traditional care models, as well as feature the brand new technologies that are transforming the experience of, and empowering, the next gen consumer.

3:55pm

Validation Institute

Health 2.0 Updates: Care Innovations

Care Innovations will update their latest progress in certifying evidence based population measures for health technology programs.

4:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Fireside Chat with Mark Ganz

Hear from the CEO of Cambia Health Solutions, one of America’s major health insurance (and more!) company companies, which has also been a major investor in health tech start-ups in the US. Interviewed by Alexandra Drane, Mark will talk about his thoughts and predictions for the future of health technologies.

4:15pm

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break and Exhibit Hall Open

Grab a cup of coffee, network with fellow attendees, and visit the Exhibit Hall,

.....or catch a Deep Dive from United Healthcare

4:20pm

Ballroom F-G

United Healthcare

Deep Dive: Reimagining Health Care - New Approaches to Deliver, Access and Pay for Care

As the health care system continues to bend under the weight of serious challenges, including: patients who don’t understand and aren’t engaged with their own health care; outdated ways of delivering and paying for care; lack of coordination for patients with chronic conditions; and skyrocketing costs. Something needs to change. This session will focus on how we might reimagine how care can be delivered, accessed and paid for. Deb will also describe how UnitedHealth Group is breaking down barriers to accessing quality care – particularly in the areas of prenatal care, chronic care management, seniors’ and children’s health – while developing innovative payment approaches that encourage better value for care.

5:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

Nordic Delegation

Health 2.0 Updates: Nordic Delegation

The Nordic Delegation will be giving a few updates about their latest progress.

5:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

"Snake Oil?!" One-on-One with the AMA's James Madara

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

James Madara, MD, the CEO of the American Medical Association returns to Health 2.0. In 2015 he talked about the AMA’s wider role in changing American health care, including its founding of Health2047, its partnership with Matter and its role in SMART. But since then, in a widely quoted speech he’s called digital health the “snake oil of the early 21st century.” So does he love us or hate us? Matthew will interview him in a no-holds-barred discussion of the state of play, the role of tech in doctors’ offices and in our lives, and what the Health 2.0 community needs to do to improve. This should be a good one!

5:35pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health System Payments

Health 2.0 Updates: HPS

Health Payment Systems will be giving a few updates about their latest progress.

5:40pm

Mission City Ballroom

3 CEOs

Our popular 3 CEO panel is back again this year. Three top executives from three leading new tech companies in three separate conversation

6:25pm

Mission City Ballroom

Medable

Health 2.0 Updates: Medable

Medable will provide a few updates about their latest developments.

6:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Day 1 Wrap Up

Matthew and Indu wrap up the first day of the conference and give a preview of what is to come for Day 2!

6:30pm

Exhibit Hall

Cocktail Reception

Grab a drink and mingle with fellow attendees during our reception in the exhibit hall. With so many innovators and change-makers in attendance, this is one networking opportunity you don’t want to miss.

7:30pm

VIP Reception

The official exclusive Health 2.0 party for our fabulous speakers, sponsors and special guests that is proudly sponsored by GE and StartUp Health

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

7:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Breakfast

Grab breakfast, some coffee, and gear up for the day!

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Day 2 Opening

Matthew Holt, Co-chairmain, Health 2.0, kicks off Day 2 of Health 2.0’s 10th Annual Fall Conference.

Speaker

8:05am

Mission City Ballroom

Team Finland

Health 2.0 Updates: Team Finland

Team Finland will be giving a few updates about their latest progress.

8:08am

Mission City Ballroom

Information Blocking, APIs & App Stores: The State of Play in Data Access

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Since the beginning, data liquidity leading to action has been the holy grail for us at Health 2.0. But it’s obvious we’re are not there yet. However, in the last two years new standards like FHIR, new technology interfaces, and new alliances look like they might get us there. This panel will show the latest tech approaches to breaking the data silos in getting us closer to data driven decisions.

9:15am

Mission City Ballroom

10 Year Global Retrospective Awards: Tech Companies

We are proud to have showcased hundreds of amazing companies that have consistently brought new ideas and innovation to this space. In this session, we will recognize those companies that the Health 2.0 community selected as the winners of the Tech Company award!

9:25am

Mission City Ballroom

VEYO

Health 2.0 Updates: VEYO

Veyo will be giving a few updates about their latest progress.

Speaker

9:30am

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Indu Subaiya

Reflecting on the past ten years, Indu Subaiya, the Co-Chairman and CEO of Health 2.0, will highlight the top accomplishments in health care and how technology has played a role, as well as the challenges that still need to be addressed.

9:45am

Mission City Ballroom

Announcement from Catalyst Group @ Health 2.0

Pfizer launches the new “Advancing Care for Patients Living with mBC” challenge.

9:50am

Mission City Ballroom

Announcement from Catalyst Group @ Health 2.0

Allscripts announces the winner of the “Allscripts Open API Patient Engagement” challenge.

9:55am

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee, network with fellow attendees, and come through the Exhibit Hall

.....or catch the Deep Dive by Takeda.

10:00am

Ballroom F-G

Takeda

Deep Dive Open Innovation in Depression Challenge 2016

In this Deep Dive, Takeda is hosting the five finalists that received the most crowd validation in the initial stage of the innovation in depression care challenge. These companies will be pitching their ideas to our live audience, where a panel of judges will be selecting their final winner.

Help decide which teams take the stage by voting on MedStartr Today.

This deep dive is a sponsored session brought to you by Takeda.

10:55am

Mission City Ballroom

Data Drives Decisions & Discovery: Intelligence for a New Era

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

In recent years we've seen the fields of life science and health technology steadily intertwine as the rise of wearable sensors and other connected devices continue to evolve alongside advanced genomic analysis, cheaper personal diagnostics, and more flexible data analysis bringing them all together. We will show you the latest tools looking at the future of where this might end up for the next 10 years of Health 2.0.

12:20pm

Exhibit Hall

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with attendees

...or catch a special Lunch & Learn session.

12:20pm

Ballroom B

AMA

Lunch and Learn: Putting Physicians at the ForeFront of Technology

In representing the voice of U.S. physicians, one of the AMA’s most important goals is to improve the health of the nation by helping physicians in every state and across every specialty adapt and thrive in the new health care environment. One way the AMA does this is by building bridges between physicians and entrepreneurs in health care so that investments, programs and strategic partnerships can grow. Engage with the AMA over lunch and case study presentations from several of the Partners within the AMA’s innovation ecosystem and hear first-hand how the AMA has been investing in, supporting and encouraging physician collaboration in digital health and medicine.

12:20pm

Ballroom C

Nordic Delegation

Lunch and Learn: Nordic Delegation

Nordic Innovation House, together with Nordic Connected Health Star Track, connects you with the most exciting Nordic Health Tech startups entering the US market. The director of Nordic Connected Health Star Track Marianne Larsson will discuss Trends and Business Opportunities in the Nordic Health Care Space and our startups will give you insight into health care solutions inspired by, and feeding into the innovative Nordic health care systems.

12:20pm

Ballroom D

California Healthcare Foundation

Lunch and Learn: Medicaid as a Market - Bringing Innovative Solutions to the Safety Net

Medicaid is a significant part of our overall health care system. The implementation of the Accountable Care Act (ACA) has brought new challenges – and new opportunities – for bringing “health care 2.0” solutions to improve care for underserved, low-income patients. Come learn how companies like Omada Health, mPulse, and RubiconMD are partnering with their customers to enhance health care in this emerging market.

12:20pm

Ballroom E

Allscripts

Lunch and Learn: Don't Just Disrupt HIT, Evolve IT with Allscripts

Allscripts is a major EHR provider for more than 180,000 physicians and 1,500 hospitals across the U.S. and is rapidly growing its global footprint. As the Health IT market changes, Allscripts is evolving the way we work with developers to offer more opportunities than ever to integrate and provide innovative solutions to healthcare organizations. In this session, be the first to learn about new ways to connect to Allscripts products using FHIR and our own uniquely Open API’s. Allscripts will provide an update on its Developer Portal, where you can immediately create an account and start developing for free! Allscripts leaders will also answer any questions you have about joining the Allscripts Developer Program and partnering or integrating with Allscripts to sell your application/device to one of the largest client bases in healthcare IT.

Lunch is limited to the first 110 attendees.

12:20pm

Ballroom F-G

UPMC

Lunch and Learn: Corporate VC 2.0 - Health Care Systems as Strategic Investors

How do you choose the best strategic investor? How does a strategic investor choose you? Then, how do you make the most of it? In this session, hear from patient monitoring trailblazer Vivify Health, risk adjustment leader Health Fidelity, and UPMC Enterprises itself as they discuss the advantages, challenges, and future of strategic investments by health care organizations. This panel will talk about how companies work with UPMC to build their businesses, and how UPMC views choosing and working with partner companies. The speakers will address how health care IT companies benefit from this unique relationship, and how this system helps digital health companies get “past the pilot” faster and smarter.

12:20pm

Ballroom H

Academy Health

Workshop: Health Data Innovator Privacy and Security

This is a half-day workshop running from 12:20pm - 4:15pm designed to help health care entrepreneurs and application developers determine the necessary and appropriate privacy and security safeguards for managing consumer data. Session participants will learn about their responsibilities under the Privacy and Security Rules of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other federal and California privacy and security laws, and consider strategies for their effective navigation.

Find the agenda and speakers for this session here.

There is limited seating available for this session so to confirm your spot please RSVP HERE.

1:35pm

BREAKOUT BLOCK #1

Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that give you a closer look at the relevant new tools, apps, and platforms in digital health. Just as you’d expect from Health 2.0, there will be plenty of brand new demos that were selected from an applicant pool of some of the most innovative companies in the field.

1:35pm

Ballroom A

The Care Continuum: Innovative Solutions for Ongoing Care

The relationships between patients and health providers significantly affect patient outcomes and engagement. When communication between these parties is compromised, health conditions may deteriorate or become unstable. In this session, companies will show how their solutions are helping fill-in-the-gaps between appointments by providing patients with ongoing care plans, tools that enable feedback, and other reminders that can help improve patient outcomes.

1:35pm

Ballroom B

The New Landscape for Digital Diagnosis and Remote Care

Moderated by Amy Cueva - Mad*Pow

Whether it’s monitoring glucose level, cardiac rhythms or anything in between, new technologies have made collecting accurate real-time data possible. In addition to providing helpful information for consumers, the insights from tracking tools have helped health professionals gain a better understanding of healthy behaviors and lifestyles. With the hundreds of trackers and monitors in the health technology market today, this session will showcase those that are not only beautifully designed, but are also some of the most innovative and effective in the market today.

1:35pm

Ballroom C

Platforms for Chronic Disease Management

According to the CDC, chronic diseases are responsible for a majority of the health care costs in the United States and contribute to 7 out of every 10 deaths. Often difficult to manage, health technologies are making it much easier for chronic disease patients to control and monitor their symptoms, have remote check-ins with clinicians and coaches, or even find communities of patients that have the same illness. In this session, we will take a look at some of the leading platforms to help patients manage their chronic diseases.

1:35pm

Ballroom D

The New Era for Data Integration and Access

With an increasing number of hospitals using a variety of EMR systems and with patient data being stored in a many different silos, data integration and access is becoming an increasingly prominent concern in the health field. The companies in this breakout will be showcasing their cutting-edge technologies that are helping to enable the transfer of data among and between applications and help both physicians and patients access important health data.

1:35pm

Ballroom E

Connecting the Dots: Tools for Collaborative Care Teams

Moderated by Stefano Bini, MD - UCSF

Coordinating care is not easy. With health care teams managing many patients, some with very complex care plans, it is easy for the provision of care to become cumbersome or for care teams to administer less-than-ideal care. This breakout will feature companies that have set out to streamline the coordination of care, through patient management dashboards or through streamlined data exchange, to help care teams collaborate to manage and coordinate care for their patients.

1:35pm

Room 203-204

Tools for the Connected Consumer

If there’s one thing today’s consumers want it’s more control of their personal health. From fitness tracking to the consumer ecosystem continues to grow not only in size, but in definition as we’re seeing more traditional care models disrupted by increased consumerization.

1:35pm

Room 207

What Employers Want From Health Tech Companies

Health technology continues to rapidly evolve with new and innovative solutions. For health technology companies offering employee focused products, it can be hard to stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace. With so many different options to choose from and steady a stream of health technology companies vying for their attention, employers can be left with “choice-fatigue.” The most successful healthcare technology companies anticipate the challenges of program implementation, ongoing employee engagement, and measuring ROI making the new vendor selection process for employers easy. Along with several demos, this panel will share candid thoughts about the current state, future needs, and what makes for success serving large employers along.

1:35pm

Room 209-210

Health 2.0 International Markets

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

It’s easy to stay focused on all the exciting innovations happening here in the U.S., however it’s important to keep an eye on the rapidly expanding health care technology space across the globe. This session will explore the vast landscape for entrepreneurs across multiple international markets, including level of government involvement, the differences and similarities, and best practices.

2:25pm

Exhibit Hall

Coffee Break

Grab a cup of coffee, network with fellow attendees, and visit the Exhibit Hall,

...or catch the Deep Dive from athenahealth.

2:25pm

Ballroom F-G

athenahealth

Deep Dive: The UNBREAK Talk Show Hosted by Dr. Zubin Damania, AKA ZDoggMD

Our healthcare system is broken. Patients are unhappy and providers are burnt out and costs are untenable. How did we get to this state—and how do we unbreak the colossal failure that is American health care?

Join Dr. Zubin Damania, a.k.a. ZDoggMD, as he kicks-off his talk show debut with guests athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush, executive producer of “The Big Heist” Dave Chase, Flatiron Health’s Dr. Amy Abernethy, and Doctor Be Dancing’s Dr. Adnan Khera, who will share their views on the most broken corners of healthcare—and each answer the question: “What are you doing to UNBREAK health care?”

Conversation will touch on the complications, as well as aspirational solutions. ZDoggMD fans and all who tune in are in for a surprise as the world premiere of his latest song will be unveiled.

3:25pm

BREAKOUT BLOCK #2

The second round of breakouts continue. Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that give you a closer look at the relevant new tools, apps, and platforms in digital health. Just as you’d expect from Health 2.0, there will be plenty of brand new demos that were selected from an applicant pool of some of the most innovative companies in the field.

3:25pm

Ballroom A

Messaging and Telehealth: Platforms for Patient-Provider Communication

Moderated by Gail Gannon - Ensante Consulting

Whether it’s through video chat or via SMS, innovative solutions have made communication between providers and patients much more streamlined and simple. These solutions can help patients circumvent long waiting times for acute care appointments and communicate directly with providers from the comfort of their own home. Additionally, doctors can become more successful in coordinating their patient’s care. In this session, we will see platforms that are making the communication between the patient and provider efficient and seamless!

3:25pm

Ballroom B

Diving into the Gene Pool: The Future of Genomics and Personalized Medicine

A handful of companies are blazing a new trail in medicine by using a patient’s genomic data and comprehensive medical history for a variety of medical decisions. This session will feature a variety of companies in this space, from companies that use mutation data to help patients and providers find relevant clinical trials to companies that use genetic information for the prediction of certain conditions. These companies are the trailblazers in the up-and-coming field of genomics and personalized medicine.

3:25pm

Ballroom C

The Health Care Marketplace: Smart Shopping for Your Overall Care

Consumers compare prices and shop around before they purchase just about anything - from groceries to cars. However, when it comes to the realm of health care, this rule rarely seems to hold true. Do we contribute this to a lack of information, the unique features of the health care marketplace, or something else entirely? This breakout will showcase the companies that are looking to help consumers search for the best doctors and health plans and companies that are even helping physicians find the best care for their patients.

3:25pm

Ballroom D

Tracking from Head to Toe: Tools for Real-Time Data Collection

Whether it’s monitoring glucose level, cardiac rhythms or anything in between, new technologies have made collecting accurate real-time data possible. In addition to providing helpful information for consumers, the insights from tracking tools have helped health professionals gain a better understanding of healthy behaviors and lifestyles. With the hundreds of trackers and monitors in the health technology market today, this session will showcase those that are not only beautifully designed, but are also some of the most innovative and effective in the market today.

3:25pm

Ballroom E

Administration Tools for Hospitals

With so many things to keep track of, hospitals may find themselves drowning in paperwork, physician monitoring or a wide variety of other responsibilities. However, there is hope for order in all of this chaos! The companies in this session have developed and designed five essential products, ranging from scheduling tools to platforms that leverage data to achieve better outcomes, that can help hospitals run smoothly, effectively and efficiently.

3:25pm

Room 203-204

The New Frontier: Exploring the Advancements of Technology in Health

Virtual and augmented reality is quickly making a name for themselves in the health fields. This session will explore the latest technologies and give a glimpse at how they are leading the charge into the future of health and health care. This session is guaranteed to be a blast!

3:25pm

Room 209-210

Investing in Health 2.0

2016 has been a bit of a wake up year for health tech finance. All those IPOs -- even Fitbit -- are looking a little sickly. At least one of those health related unicorns is close to turning into unicorpse (Sorry, Elizabeth, but you should have taken our offer to speak last year!!), and rounds have sometimes been down. But there is some M&A, lots of venture money is still coming into the space and many companies are getting funded--and that’s not even counting the $Billion in China! The queen of venture punditry, Lisa Suennen, will referee what we think might be the first all female health tech VC panel!

4:15pm

Walk Back to Mission City Ballroom

4:25pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-A-Thon Winners

Designers, developers, and health care entrepreneurs teamed up last weekend for the San Francisco Code-a-Thon. Hear from the sponsoring organization and the winners!

4:35pm

Mission City Ballroom

Takeda

Health 2.0 Updates: Takeda

Major Depression Disorder (MDD) is a medical condition that affects about 14 million Americans every year. It causes various symptoms, and can make it difficult to interact with people, work, and perform everyday tasks. Takeda strives toward better health for people worldwide through leading innovation in medicine. At Takeda, we make a commitment to make a difference. Takeda Vice President of External Partnerships, Nicole Mowad-Nassar will be on stage to announce the award recipients from the Open Innovation in Depression Challenge 2016.

Speaker

Nicole Mowad-Nassar
Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A, Inc.

4:40pm

Mission City Ballroom

10 Year Global Retrospective Awards: Health Care Organizations

Health care organizations are significant changemakers in the health tech space and play a leading role in driving innovation in this field. This award honors those health care organizations that have been recognized by our community as being amongst the most influential in health technology.

4:55pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Ian Morrison

Generally acknowledged as being one of the funniest and most perceptive speakers in health care, Ian is an internationally known author, consultant and futurist. He was President at Institute for the Future in the 1990s, founded the Strategic Health Perspectives service, and is in more health care board rooms and conference halls that almost anyone. At Health 2.0 Ian will share his latest insights into the future of health care -- and yes, he used to be Matthew Holt’s boss and never minded lending out his jokes. Matthew’s still telling them.

5:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

SoftServe

Health 2.0 Updates: SoftServe

SoftServe will be giving a few updates about their latest progress.

5:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

Forging New Partnerships: Communities and Emerging Markets

Underserved communities have complex health needs that are often poorly addressed by the current system. Health technology should be able to make a difference, yet the latest innovations tend to not to reflect the needs of those populations who may benefit from them the most. At Health 2.0, we think it’s time to address these problems head on, and we’ll spotlight the organizations, foundations, and stakeholders that are currently engaging in innovative new partnerships and pilot programs within diverse and underserved communities and emerging markets across the globe.

6:25pm

Mission City Ballroom

Day 2 Wrap Up

Indu and Matthew reflect on the second day of the conference and give a preview of what's coming on day 3.

6:30pm

Exhibit Hall

Reception and Exhibit Hall Open

Come grab a drink, visit the exhibit hall, and mingle with the other attendees. While the exhibit hall will close at 7:30pm, there will be a few other events you may attend, such as “Health 2.0 After Hours”.

7:30pm

Ballroom F-G

AARP

Health 2.0 After Hours - "The Stuff We Couldn't Say During The Day"

Moderated by Jeff Makowka - AARP

Grab a cocktail and leave your phones at the door, this “off the record” session is going to take a look at the what’s really happening with Health IT. Pumped full of truth serum our panelists will tell all about their experiences in navigating and often failing at trying to fix our complicated health care system. Investing mistakes, lying to investors, lying to customers, it’s all on the table and we won’t be holding back so push back your dinner plans as this is can’t miss content.

The bar is open and seats are limited so let us know if you can attend and RSVP HERE

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Day 3 Opening

Matthew and Indu give an overview of what will take place on the last day of the conference.

8:05am

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Vindell Washington

Dr. Vindell Washington is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). He’ll give an overview of the progress, and the future vision of, Health Information Technology at the ONC. Including how HIT plays a role in many facets of health from virus outbreaks to cancer moonshots.

8:20am

Mission City Ballroom

10 Year Global Retrospective Awards: Industry Leaders

Over the past ten years, we have been impressed by the drive and enthusiasm brought to our events by the many innovators in the health tech space. This award honors those industry leaders whose dedication and creativity has spurred positive changes in their field.

8:40am

Mission City Ballroom

Matthew Holt

Keynote: Matthew Holt

Matthew will introduce a new way to think about how health care delivery is changing because of technology. Somewhere in this Matthew and Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth, will resume their long running banter!

9:00am

Mission City Ballroom

The New Delivery System? What's the Future of Tech-Enabled Services?

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Technology is fast-enabling the disaggregation of the traditional primary-specially-acute care delivery system. But what kind of organizations and what kind of services will dominate the landscape for consumers and patients? And what will be the balance between clinically led and technology-led delivery service organizations? We’ll hear from several leaders pioneering this brave new world.

10:30am

Mission City Ballroom

Fireside Chat with Laverne Council

Laverne Council is the Chief Information Officer and Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology for the Department of Veterans Affairs. She will speak about the digital future of the VA and how it will improve patient outcomes and overall efficiency.

10:45am

Exhibit Hall

Grand Rounds

Coffee Break

Enjoy a cup of coffee, network with fellow attendees, and visit the Exhibit Hall

11:45am

BREAKOUT BLOCK #3

The third and final round of breakouts continue. Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that give you a closer look at the relevant new tools, apps, and platforms in digital health. Just as you’d expect from Health 2.0, there will be plenty of brand new demos that were selected from an applicant pool of some of the most innovative companies in the field.

11:45am

Ballroom A

Platforms for Provider Decision Support

Inundated with paperwork, patients and logistics, it can be difficult for providers to connect with one another for support, collect data to monitor their decisions or provide accurate care plans and diagnoses. Focusing on provider-to-provider communication tools, efficient file sharing, and patient data collection, this breakout will showcase the newest platforms which make it easier than ever for providers to tap into shared knowledge, consult with their peers, and leverage patient data to deliver high quality, accurate care.

11:45am

Reimagining the EMR Experience

Moderated by Abbe Don - Fertile Void Design

EMRs are integral to efficient workflows, accurate tracking, and patient-centered care. This session will feature companies that are focused upon reimagining this experience. Although some companies are focused on redesigning the structure of the EMR itself, other companies are focused on other aspects of the experience, such as pushing and pulling patient information into the EMR or efficiently navigating the EMR itself. This session will demonstrate the wide variety of solutions that are being used to improve this experience.

11:45am

Ballroom C

Wellness Tools for the Mind & Body

Moderated by Anna Sort - PlayBenefit

With so many stressors in our daily environments, it may be easy to neglect mental and physical health until it is too late. Overall wellness is key to avoiding illnesses and leading a happy, healthy life. By targeting everything from improved sleep quality to stress management, the companies in this breakout will demonstrate their solutions to help people be well, feel well and stay well!

11:45am

Ballroom D

Clinical Tools for Efficient Provider Workflows and Patient Engagement

Moderated by Chris DeNoia - JetBridge

Although the recent infusion of billions of government dollars into health IT has encouraged providers and hospitals to adopt efficiency-enhancing technologies, many critical health services are still delivered using inefficient systems and processes. This can make it very difficult to run an efficient practice and to properly engage patients in their care. The companies in this session represent the many ways to approach this issue, including the improvement of check-in processes, new patient relationship management platforms and more efficient care delivery platforms.

11:45am

Ballroom E

Caregiving Technologies for the Elderly

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

According to the US Administration on Aging, by 2060, there will be about 98 million older persons, more than twice their number in 2014. Needless to say, this population is growing rapidly and technology is going to play a significant role in its support! This session will be packed with innovative solutions that are closing the gaps in care, ranging from finding helping facilities better manage dementia patients, having virtual round-the-clock personalized wellness coaching, or coordinating care for patients in skilled nursing facilities.

11:45am

Ballroom H

Your Daily Dose: Medication Management and Adherence

For patients, medication can bolster patients’ health, but only when taken routinely. Needless to say, medication management is extremely complex and multifaceted. This session will showcase some of the most innovative technologies that are making it easier than ever for patients to take medications as needed, involve a care team in a medication management plan, and to remain adherent!

11:45am

Room 203-204

Government Town Hall

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Here's your opportunity to have face time with policy leaders from various areas of the government, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, the ONC, and the FCC. Come share your questions and learn how you can participate in future discussions.

12:30pm

Exhibit Hall

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with attendees, and visit the Exhibit Hall.

...or catch the Deep Dive from Garmin, Tictrac and Life Q.

12:40pm

Ballroom F-G

Deep Dive: Consumer Health Ecosystem Data Generation, Transformation and Engagement

Moderated by Mike Feibus - FeibusTech

Join Garmin, LifeQ and Tictrac for a panel discussion and end-to-end demonstration of how partnering can result in high value solutions for health monitoring, wellness and health insurance markets. We are now in a market where partnering and opening up ecosystem development is a key skill set to deliver rich data, differentiated value and true results oriented information to end users and businesses in healthcare. The thesis is that each partner really focuses on their subject matter expertise and by partnering with others with their own expertise the sum of the whole will deliver a compounded level of value to the health industry. We will demonstrate partnering in action and also show that every partner clearly adds value and then derives significant benefits back (both commercial and product related).

1:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Karen DeSalvo

Karen Desalvo, the Acting Assistant Secretary for Health in the US Department of Health and Human Services, will speak on how the HHS is helping to build a better health care system by driving innovation, and how players across the health care system can come together to engage and empower consumers, and put patients at the center of their care.

1:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Announcing the Winners of the “A Bill You Can Understand” Design & Innovation Challenge

More often than not, medical bills are a source of confusion for patients and families. Providers, payers, and consumers all benefit if we fix the current system.

The "A Bill You Can Understand" Design & Innovation Challenge presented an opportunity for developers, designers and innovators to catalyze design-based innovations to improve the patient financial experience.

Don't miss this announcement, where we will showcase the solutions of the 2 challenge winners!

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

LAUNCH!

Ten brand new companies are selected from dozens of applicants to unveil their products for the very first time and the audience votes on the winner! This exciting and fast-paced session has crowned previous winners including Castlight Health, Basis, OM Signal. There will also be a special appearance from last year's winner, MedWand.

3:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Final Remarks and Conference Wrap Up

Matthew and Indu will close the conference and reflect on the past four days' events.

Venue

Santa Clara Convention Center

HOTEL INFORMATION

A special discounted room block is available at the Avatar Hotel. Phone-in to 800.586.5691 or register online.

The room block at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara is sold out!

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