Health 2.0 Europe 2014

November 10-12 / London

The 4th annual Health 2.0 Europe was a great success with over 475 delegates, 80 speakers, 50 live demos, 30 journalists, plus an exciting pre-conference session on Health 2.0 tools for the Elderly, a workshop for investors interested in digital health, and another one exploring the specificities of the Central and Eastern European market. More importantly, we had an amazing time showcasing the latest in health technology, taking part in thought-provoking discussions and witnessing a high level of networking coming together at the event.

We loved London and your feedback shows you did too: the city’s vibrant entrepreneurial spirit and dynamic investment community is the perfect place to take your Health 2.0 initiatives to the next level. We went back in 2014 for another new exciting edition at the Mermaid Conference Centre.

 

Monday, November 10, 2014

8:30am

Auditorium

Welcome and Health 2.0 News

Matthew Holt, Co-chairman of Health 2.0, and Pascal Lardier, International Director, kick off the 5th Annual Health 2.0 Europe conference with a look at European health care news and how recent changes are shaping the next few days of discussion.

9:00am

Auditorium

Opening Keynote

Innovating Modern Medicine with Health 2.0 Technologies


Do you want to improve people's lives and reduce the burden of disease? Dr. Kemal Malik, the Board Member responsible for Innovation at Bayer, demystifies the drug development process and explains how you and your innovations can be a part of creating new medicines, and contribute to making current treatments work better for patients.

Speaker

Kemal Malik
Bayer (Germany)

9:20am

Auditorium

Integrating Care: Tools for Hospitals and Health Professionals - Part One

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

This session covers how new technologies are seamlessly dovetailing into traditional health care delivery models. Hear about telehealth, patient-provider communication tools, and new EHR solutions fueling innovation and providing opportunities for more integrated care.

Speaker

Demos by

10:20am

Auditorium

Innovation Capital

Deep Dive Session: Digital Health SMEs - What are Investors Looking For?

10:40am

Newgate Suite

Networking and Refreshment Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, or network with fellow delegates.

11:10am

Auditorium

Supporting and Empowering Patients Between Doctors Visits

Maintaining engagement between doctors visits is a top priority in today’s health care system of biannual visits. The rest of the time, patients and families are facing illnesses alone. Demos in this session address the gaps in our care by using technology to engage consumers in their day-to-day health.

Speaker

Jens Birkenheim
Xperio Health (United Kingdom)

Demos by

12:35pm

Auditorium

Choosing and Prescribing an App

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

Just as providers prescribe a medication, they are now ushering patients towards tracking that includes disease management apps. In a quickly growing consumer app marketplace, how does the individual filter out all the noise and download the best product? Tools in this session guide users and prescribers to find the right app for them. This session explores ways to guide users and prescribers into finding the right app for them.

Speaker

Alex Wyke
PatientView (United Kingdom)

Demos by

1:00pm

Newgate Suite

Lunch

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

2:00pm

Auditorium

Keynote

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Using Data and Technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens


Better use of technology has the power to transform the quality and costs of health and care services. It can give patients and citizens more control over their health and wellbeing, reduce the administrative burden for care professionals, and support the development of new medicines and treatments. The NHS in England is committed to a radical programme which includes giving people access to all their own medical data and new NHS-accredited health apps, providing clinicians with real time digital records, and new ways of working with entrepreneurs and innovators.

Speaker

Tim Kelsey
NHS England (United Kingdom)

2:10pm

Auditorium

From Big to Smart and Open, Just How We Like Data!

Moderated by Eugene Borukhovich - SoftServe

Tim Kelsey opens with a Keynote before Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicks off our data panel. He’ll speak with experts and show demos that frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increased access across the spectrum.

Speakers

Tim Kelsey
NHS England (United Kingdom)
Michael Seres
Being A Patient (United Kingdom)
Jorge Armanet
HealthUnlocked (United Kingdom)

Demos by

Marand
Tomaž Gornik (Slovenia)

2:45pm

Auditorium

vitalconnect

Wearable Health Technologies

As the wrist becomes increasingly competitive retail estate in the wearable world, these devices are tackling new form factors up and down the body by capturing data about your heart rate, skin temperature, and even your feet! This session explores the convergence between consumer wearables that are getting closer and closer to medical grades, and medical devices that are becoming more wearable.

Demos by

3:45pm

Auditorium

Deep Dive Session: Connected Health, Then and Now - The Real Future of Health

Most of connected health communications, developments, and innovations are geared towards young and trendy geeks who do not necessarily need them. iHealth believes that access to health care should be available to all and has therefore developed a new generation of connected devices that are really made for patient and disease management.
Introducing iHealth Discovery, the next generation of Connected Health devices.

Speaker

4:00pm

Auditorium

Deep Dive Session: Healer, Leader, Partner - A Physician Call to Action!

The challenges in health care have become increasingly complex, and many are looking to physician engagement as a possible solution. But is physician "engagement" enough? Physicians should to be leaders and take full accountability for solving the health care crisis. Dr. Jack Cochran will talk about his experience leading the Colorado Permanente Medical Group and The Permanente Federation, representing more than 17,000 physicians within Kaiser Permanente, the largest integrated delivery system in the United States. Come learn the secrets to their success.

4:15pm

Newgate Suite

Networking and Refreshment Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, or network with fellow delegates.

4:45pm

Auditorium

Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Hear how the medical industry is continuing to grow at an accelerated pace and is supported by new technology such as research collaboration tools, open data reporting, clinical trial recruitment, and management solutions.

Demos by

PxHealthcare
Anne Bruinvels (The Netherlands)
F1000
Daniel Marovitz (United Kingdom)
TrialReach
Pablo Graiver (United Kingdom)

4:45pm

Queenhithe Room

Track Session: From Health to Wellness

Moderated by Christian Lindholm - HealthSPA

As the definition of health care increases to include wellness and happiness, there has been a rapid rise in the development of technology to support healthier living. Fitness and food trackers are maturing, and the market is now seeing innovative solutions to track sleep, mental health, and more.

Demos by

Emotion Sense
Neal Lathia (United Kingdom)
Big Health
Sophie Bostock (United Kingdom)
Nutrino
Eduard Ros (Israel )

5:45pm

Auditorium

Regional Strategies to Accelerate Health 2.0 Adoption

Moderated by Brian O’Connor - ECHAlliance

London, Berlin, Barcelona… Big cities are competing to become the health innovation capital of Europe. Panelists discuss where barriers in adoption really live - physicians, hospital systems, patients, cost, R&D - and the new regional strategies to break through barriers and accelerate the industry.

6:25pm

Auditorium

GET Project Update

GET is an European project that supports eHealth SMEs and entrepreneurs with their business models, access to private funding, internationalization, and the identification of market gaps in eHealth. This brief presentation updates us on the project activities and opportunities.

Speaker

6:30pm

Auditorium

Reflections of the Day

Matthew and Pascal share their most resonant moments of the day and give the audience a preview of tomorrow’s agenda.

6:45pm

Newgate Suite

Cocktail Reception

You will not want to miss the Cocktail Reception with more networking and deals-done than anywhere else in health technology.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

8:30am

Auditorium

Opening Remarks

Matthew and Pascal kick off Day 2 in London!

8:45am

Auditorium

Health 2.0 Around the World

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

Get the headlines - hear from Health 2.0 experts joining us from diverse corners of the globe to discuss local landscape and regional trends.

Speakers

Demo by

9:15am

Auditorium

Improving Quality: Tools for Hospitals and Health Professionals - Part Two

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

In this session, speakers will demo a diverse set of solutions aimed at improving quality of care in the clinical setting. From best practice sharing to population health to provider-to-provider communication tools, these solutions streamline processes and improve quality and patient safety.

10:15am

Auditorium

Getting Your Product Integrated Into Health Systems

Moderated by Pam Garside - Newhealth &

As the digital health landscape grows into a billion Euro market, and with the NHS being notoriously choosy, some bright ideas have experienced great success while many others have been turned away at the hospital door. Learn how to get your platform in front of the right players and land a successful pilot program.

11:00am

Auditorium

Deep Dive Session: What do an Oil Rig and a Hospital Have in Common?

Moderated by Eugene Borukhovich - SoftServe

As an industry, health care is trying to reinvent itself with significant fuel from its' consumers, but the reality is that we can learn from other more advanced industries. Originally presented by the Dutch Center for Patient Safety at a recent Health 2.0 Amsterdam event, this topic will explore the similarity between a very conservative, but very advanced industry, and the hospital setting. One key lesson that will be explored is the insidiousness of human error and how we can overcome this by engaging key stakeholders with a human being at the center.

11:30am

Newgate Suite

Networking and Refreshment Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, or network with fellow delegates.

12:00pm

Auditorium

Health 2.0 for Active and Healthy Aging

Moderated by Maneesh Juneja - MJ Analytics

The baby boomer population is aging and Maneesh Juneja is back again to pose that the technological infrastructure needed to support their care is a ways off. This session is packed with innovative solutions that are closing the gaps in care, from emergency support services and care coordination, to virtual rehab tools and brain games.

12:00pm

Queenhithe Room

Track Session: Citizen-Led Digital Health and Wellbeing

In this track session you will hear examples of how citizens have made use of digital tools and developed mobile apps to solve problems that they were experiencing in managing their health and wellbeing. The session will focus on principles of co-production and co-design with the guiding principle that better solutions are found when citizens are at the heart of mHealth innovation.

Demos by

Social Spider
Mark Brown (United Kingdom)
Being A Patient
Michael Seres (United Kingdom)
Buddy App
Katherine Cormack (United Kingdom)
MumoActive
Sheldon Steed (United Kingdom)

1:00pm

Newgate Suite

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with delegates or attend the workshop hosted by Applied Research for Connected Health.

1:00pm

Lower River Room

Lunchtime Workshop: Connected Health Proposals and Partnerships

Hosted by Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) this workshop will build networks for Horizon 2020 and other funding mechanisms in Connected Health. Challenges and possible solutions will be discussed on the day and will be open to academics, industry, policy makers and clinicians.
For more information on the workshop or to register please contact Sinead.omahony@ucd.ie

2:00pm

Auditorium

Health 2.0 for Kids: Creating Good Habits Early On

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Tech for kids, a first for Health 2.0, is a dedicated session for technologies that are aimed at and made by (!) kids. These platforms track behavioral disorders, support families in monitoring care plan progress, and encourage fun and active learning in young minds.

Speaker

Jorge Juan Fernández García
Hospital Sant Joan de Déu (Spain)

3:00pm

Auditorium

Design Strategies for Engagement and Behaviour Change

Moderated by Dustin DiTommaso - Mad*Pow

Mad*Pow’s Dustin DiTommaso leads this engaging session on the design strategies underlying successful user interfaces. With no more appropriate platform than health care, Dustin frames behaviour change in terms of gamification, leads a discussion on best practices, and shows off demos you won't want to miss.

Speakers

Adrian Hon
Six to Start (United Kingdom)

Demos by

3:00pm

Queenhithe Room

Track Session: Focus on Middle East - Landscape and Market Opportunities

The Middle East is one of the fastest growing economic regions in the world. This is particularly true for the health care sector, as both governments and private companies are heavily investing in upgrading the existing health care infrastructure, resulting in solid double digit growth across the region.

Health 2.0-type platforms will be among the next wave of investment. Meet potential partners from health IT and telecoms who will be able to leverage your technology into one of the world's fastest growing regions and grant you access to a young, tech-savvy, market of 300 million people. Join this panel to learn more about opportunities in the Middle East.

Speakers

Riyadh Bajodah
Waseel (Saudi Arabia)
Ahmed Al Maziad
Telecom (Saudi Arabia)

4:00pm

Networking and Refreshment Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, or network with fellow delegates.

4:30pm

Auditorium

SHHHH Topics.... Overcoming Addictions, Grief, and Stress

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

While we openly examine how diet, exercise, and disease impact our health, rarely are life factors such as care giving, depression and addiction factored into the formal conversation. In this session, explore how digital health tools help individuals manage how death, depression, caregiving, addiction, and stress impact the whole picture of their health.

Demos by

5:30pm

Auditorium

Reflections and Thanks!

Matthew and Pascal close out our two-day event with closing remarks.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

9:00am

Upper River Room

EC to VC: An Investors' Forum

Moderated by Charles Stacey - Inventages

Free registration - by invitation only.

This event is part of the GET Funded service of the EU-funded GET Project, designed to provide health SMEs looking for Series B or follow-up funding (typically between 0.5-2M€) with training, resources, and networking opportunities with investors at the European level.

Investors' Forum:
How Do We Make Europe the Next Best Place for Digital Health Investments
Includes short presentations from investment-ready SMEs:

Diagnose.me * Emperra GmbH E-Health Technologies * Fertility Focus Limited * Findmehealth.com * MédecinDirect/Sympad * Medexo GmbH * MediSafe * Newolo * Vivago Oy * vital.services GmbH * SilverCloud Health * uMotif Digital Health

Confirmed investors include:
Andrew Elder, Albion Ventures, UK
Amanda Gett, Investment Manager, Roche, UK
Charles Stacey, Inventages, UK
Christoph Ruedig, Albion Ventures, UK
Florian Reinaud, Innovation Capital, FR
Gonzalo Tradacete Gallart, Faraday, SP
Inga Deakin, Imperial Innovations, UK
Janke Dittmer, Gilde Healthcare, NL
James Wong, Investment Manager, NBGI Ventures, UK
Jeff Foot, Head of External Funding & Investment, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, UK
Karsten Bagger, Founding partner, Health Disrupt, CH
Klaus Stoeckemann, Peppermint VenturePartners, DE
Lennart Hergel, Investment Director, Ananda / Social Venture Fund, DE
Luke Smith, Investment Associate, Reed Elsevier Ventures, UK
Marc Lambrechts, Capricorn Venture Partners, BE
Marco Mohwinckel, Janssen Healthcare Innovation, UK
Miles Kirby, Managing Director, Qualcomm Ventures Europe - UK
Min-Sung Sean Kim, XLHealth, DE
Per Nordström, Investment Manager, Almi Invest, SE
Peter Dudek, Associate, Entrepreneurs Fund, UK
Philip Stadtmann, Director, DocCheck Guano AG, DE
Pierre Socha, Amadeus Capital Partners, UK
Piotr Kulesza, RTAventures, PL
Rosemary Cunningham Thomas, Artemis Healthcare Ventures, UK
Steve Seuntjens, Personal Health Solutions, BE/NL
Tim Dolman, Investment Manager, Noaber Ventures, NL

If you are an investor and would like to receive an invitation, please get in touch with Pascal Lardier via pascal@health2con.com. If you are an SME looking for funding and would like to join the GET Funded service, please check our investors' criteria here.

9:00am

Queenhithe Room

Mad*Pow Workshop: Beyond Gamification - Designing for Behaviour Change

Moderated by Dustin DiTommaso - Mad*Pow

What if game design principles were applied to develop products or services aimed at helping to achieve personal goals like wellness and health management? Leveraging the motivational dynamics of gameplay in order to energize and sustain people through changing behaviors while attaining complex goals is a challenging solution.

Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn the mechanics of clinically-tested behaviour change interventions, as well as techniques designers use to motivate, engage, and reward players through a game’s lifecycle.

A practical, step-by-step methodology will be explored throughout the day. By workshop’s end, participants will have collaboratively designed and pitched a structured behaviour change game, learned to craft game objectives that facilitate change, learned proper goal-setting, optimal challenge and reward patterns, feedback loops and skills cycles, affectsocial influence and community dynamics, applied metaphor and theme along with game balancing, play testing, and brainstorming techniques.

To register for Health 2.0 Europe 2014 and include this workshop in your order, please register now.


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2:00pm

Upper River Room

Patients 2.0: Unmet Needs and Fill the Gap

Part of the EU-funded GET Project, “Fill the Gap” is a service that identifies and connects needs with solutions for European health SMEs and entrepreneurs. This interactive session will focus specifically on patients’ unmet needs and related business opportunities.

This session has sold-out.

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.

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