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 will be back in 2014 for another new exciting edition at the Mermaid Conference Centre. Registration is open for the smart early birds.  Missed 2013? All the videos are now available on Health 2.0 TV.


For all other inquiries please contact:

Pascal Lardier - Executive Director, International +33 6 10 30 76 65

Monday, November 10, 2014


Welcome and Health 2.0 News from around the World

Indu Subaiya - CEO at Health 2.0
Matthew Holt - Co-Chairman at Health 2.0
Pascal Lardier - Director International at Health 2.0


Opening keynote

Kemal Malik, Head of Innovation, Board of Management of Bayer - DE


Health 2.0 tools for hospitals and health professionals Part 1: Integrating care

Tapio Jokinen, President, Medixine - FI
Tom Whicher, CEO, DrDoctor - UK
Piotr Orzechowski, CEO, Infermedica/HealthForm - PL
Rich Khatib, CEO & Co-founder, medopad - UK
Mark Winter, Chief Executive Officer, CareSpan - US


Innovation Capital

Deep dive: Digital health SMEs - what are investors looking for?

Florian Reinaud, Partner, Innovation Capital - FR
Philip Stadtmann, Head of Finance and Controlling, DocCheck AG - DE
Pierre Leurent, Founder and CEO, Voluntis - FR


Networking break


Supporting and empowering patients between doctor’s visits

Kevin Auton, Managing Director, Activ8rlives- UK
David Tacconi, CEO, Corehab - IT
Pantelis Angelidis Founder & President of Vidavo - GR
Lukas Alner, CEO, - SK
Ali Parsa, Founder and CEO, Babylon - UK
Fredrik Debong, Community Relations Lead, - AT
Pablo Pantaleoni, CEO, MedTep - SP
Jan-Christoph Loh, CEO, Medexo - DE
Mark Meadows, Founder/Chief Scientific & Creative Officer, Gepetto Avatars - US


Choosing and prescribing an app

Alex Wyke, PatientView / myhealthapps - UK
Erik van der Zijden, CEO & Co-founder, Synappz Medical Apps - NL
Bastien Burlion, Business Developer, DMD Santé - FR


Lunch and workshops



Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patient and Information at NHS England - UK


From big to smart and open – just how we like data!

Tim Kelsey, National Director for Patient and Information at NHS England - UK
Michael Seres, Patient Advocate, - UK
Tomaž Gornik, CEO, Marand - SI
Michael Dillhyon, CEO, Healthbank - CH
Eugene Borukhovich, VP Healthcare, European Markets, SoftServe and Founder of Open Health Data - NL
Jorge Armanet, CEO, HealthUnlocked - UK


Wearable health technologies

Christian Stammel, CEO, Wearable Technologies - DE
Andreas Caduff, CEO, Biovotion - CH
Marco Peluso, CEO, Qardio - US


Deep dive


Refreshment break


Health 2.0 accelerating medical R&D

Daniel Marovitz, CEO, F1000 - UK
Pablo Graiver, CEO, TrialReach - UK

Hannah Keartland, Citizen Science Lead, Cancer Research UK - UK
Harris Lygidakis, Co-Founder, lumos! - IT


Regional Strategies to Accelerate Health 2.0 Adoption

Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems and Technology, NHS England - UK
Joan Cornet, Director. mHealth Competence Center, Mobile Health World - SP
Brian O’Connor, Chair, ECHAlliance - IE


Reflections of the day

Indu Subaiya - CEO at Health 2.0
Matthew Holt - Co-Chairman at Health 2.0
Pascal Lardier - Director International at Health 2.0


Cocktail reception

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


Opening Remarks

Indu Subaiya - CEO at Health 2.0
Matthew Holt - Co-Chairman at Health 2.0
Pascal Lardier - Director International at Health 2.0


Health 2.0 around the world - Focus on the BRICs

Vitor Asseituno, Founder of EmpreenderSaúde - BR
James Mathews, CEO of Health Tech Ventures - IN
Azamat Ulbashev, CEO & Co-Founder of VitaPortal - RU
Oliver Tang, General Practitioner, Director of Medical Product Design at Maddison & Chapter Leader of Health 2.0 Shanghai - CN


Health 2.0 tools for hospitals and health professionals Part 2: Improving quality

Gabor Gyarmati, Szynapszis Group (CEE NetMed Tracker) - HU
Paulo Rodrigues, CEO, Mint-Labs - SP
Mary Leane, CEO, SureWash - IE
Roger Killen, CEO, The Learning Clinic - UK
Eric Simmerman, Vice President Engineering, Pascal Metrics - US


Getting your product or service into hospitals and health systems

Zoe Bedford, CEO, ZPB - UK
Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems and Technology, NHS England - UK
Pam Garside, Partner, newhealth - UK
Karen Livingston, Director of Partnerships and Industry Engagement for the Eastern Academic Health Science Network and National Director for the Small Business Research Initiative - SBRI Healthcare - UK
Bruce Hellmman, CEO, uMotif – UK


Deep dive


Track session: Citizen led digital health and wellbeing - Queenhithe Room

This track session is chaired by Mark Brown - digital entrepreneur and voted a #socialpioneer by the Health Service Journal in 2014; and Victoria Betton – PhD research in social media and mental health and director of the mHealthHabitat programme developing digital tools in the NHS. Participants will hear examples of how citizens have made use of digital tools and/or 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.


Networking break


Health 2.0 for active and healthy ageing

Maneesh Juneja, Digital Health Futurist - UK
Lynne van Poelgeest-Pomfret, Patient Advocate and President, World Federation for Incontinent Patients - WFIP - NL
Bart Collet, Health Startup EU / Carehome - BE
Rudolf King, Founder, SwiftAlarm - DE
Simo Hännikkälä, CEO, NurseBuddy - FI
Florian Meißner, CEO, GmbH / GerontoLab Europe - DE
Aditya Kasliwal, Founder, SpeakSet - UK
David Fried, Director of International Business Development, VirtualRehab - UK
Jakob Futorjanski, Co-Founder and CEO, NeuroNation - DE


Lunch and workshops


Health 2.0 for kids – Creating good habits early on

Jorge Juan Fernández García, Head of Academics, Moebio and Director E-Health & Health 2.0, Hospital Sant Joan de Déu - SP
Markus Müschenich, Founder, Caterna - DE
Dan Moulin, Director, sitekit/eRedbook - UK
Jin Moen, Co-founder and CEO, Moving to Fun - SE
Pawel Jarmolkowicz, CEO at - PL


Gamification and design strategies for behaviour change

Dustin DiTommaso, VP of Experience Design, Mad*Pow - US
Sreedhar Potarazu, President and CEO, Wellzone - US/IN
Anna Sort, Founder and CEO, PlayBenefit - SP
Fabrice Pakin, CEO, ignilife - FR
Omri Shor, Co-founder and CEO, MediSafe - IL


Deep dive


Networking break


Addictions, mental health, sexual health and other ‘shush’ topics

Jen Hyatt, Founder and CEO, Big White Wall - UK
Daniel Penn, President/Co-Founder of Shift Health/TickiT - CA
James Norris, Founder, DeadSocial - UK


Reflections and thanks!

Indu Subaiya - CEO at Health 2.0
Matthew Holt - Co-Chairman at Health 2.0
Pascal Lardier - Exective Director International at Health 2.0

Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Upper River Room

EC to VC: An Investors' Forum

Moderated by Charles Stacey, Partner, Inventages - UK

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.

Moderated by Charles Stacey, Healthcare IT Lead at Inventages, this session will begin with an Investors' Forum on How do we make Europe the next best place for digital health investments and will also include short presentations from investment-ready SMEs.

This event is free by invitation only.

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


Upper River Room

Patients 2.0: Unmet Needs and Fill the Gap session...

Part of the EU-funded GET Project, "Fill the gap" is a service identifying and connecting unmet needs with solutions and/or skills of European health SMEs and entrepreneurs. Jorge Gonzalez, Managing Director of TICBiomed and Alex Wykes, CEO of PatientView will moderate this interactive session focusing on patients' unmet needs and related business opportunities.
This session is free, by invitation only.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Jorge Gonzalez at

Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Queenhithe Room

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

What if game design principles were applied to develop products or services aimed at helping achieve personal goals like wellness and health management? Leveraging the motivational dynamics of gameplay to energize and sustain people through changing behaviours and 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, having learned to craft game objectives that facilitate change, proper goal-setting, optimal challenge and reward patterns, feedback loops and skills cycles, social 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 click on the register button at the top of this page.

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Current Sept. 8 Walk-up
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Reduced Rate** £349 £399 £499
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**The reduced rate is reserved for academics, government employees, unfunded start-ups and health practitioners including physicians, specialists, nurses and hospital staff. Please don’t abuse it - we will ask you to start your registration all over again. Qualifying patients and patient organization representatives are admitted free of charge.

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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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