Health 2.0 9th Annual Fall Conference 2015

Missed the event? You can catch the action through our online archival video portal or have a flash drive of videos sent to your door. More information here.

Health 2.0 was back in Silicon Valley October 4-7, 2015 to examine how another year impacted and changed health care technology. This was our largest event yet with over 150 LIVE product demos, 130+ speakers, dozens of company launches, merger announcements, engaging panel discussion with expert speakers, and 3 1/2 days of prime networking.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

10:00am

Ballroom F - G

Innovating Care Delivery Symposium

Join us for Health 2.0's first daylong Innovating Care Delivery Symposium. This event will bring together hospital & other provider executives with technologists to tackle the biggest challenges facing health systems today.

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. The symposium unites those worlds with classic Health 2.0 demos of the latest technology designed to improve the lives of these key stakeholders, as well as meaningful discussion anchored by case studies of pilots using new technology, or developing innovation within from forward-thinking institutions like UCSF, Mt Sinai, Ascension and Advocate.

By gathering the right people, technologies, and systems into a single room, the Innovating Care Delivery 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.

Full-time practicing health care providers may apply to attend this pre-conference session and the full Health 2.0 conference free of charge by completing this form.

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This full-day event requires an additional fee on top of the regular Health 2.0 ticket.

2:00pm

Ballroom D

Patients 2.0: The Magic Wand Project Continues

An afternoon focused on health care FOR patients with perspectives FROM patients.

This is a free session open to any patient - which means anybody - Sign up today!

Monday, October 5, 2015

7:00am

Ballroom E

Exclusive Investor Breakfast

Ahead of the main event we are bringing together leaders in the Health 2.0 investment community and our innovative startup network for an exclusive breakfast meeting. Fall Conference attendees can apply here for a spot at this event and join investors from the likes of Qualcomm Ventures, NEA Ventures, Arsenal Venture Partners, and others to discuss business models, examine trends, explore portfolios, and enjoy conversation in a more intimate setting before the start of the Fall Conference.

Learn more and apply here.

8:00am

Ballroom F - G

Traction: Health 2.0’s Startup Championship

Traction puts venture capitalists center stage as they narrow down the most competitive health tech startups that are currently seeking Series A funding to pitch at Health 2.0’s Annual Fall Conference. This year the competition will offer two tracks that feature companies with consumer facing solutions and provider facing solutions.

Join us as the most promising health IT startups face off in front of leading venture capitalists, angel investors, government officials and entrepreneurs.

More information including the agenda, registration, and applications to pitch are available on Traction's website.

Note: This session requires an add-on ticket

8:00am

Room 203 - 204

Mad*Pow

Workshop: Designing Interventions for Health Behavior Change

Mounting evidence implicates the pivotal role of behavior in various health outcomes, disease processes, and well-being, as well as health care costs. Given the importance of behavior to population health, many approaches have been taken to steer health behaviors in the right direction with varying degrees of success.

Facilitated by Dustin DiTommaso of Mad*Pow This highly participatory workshop is intended to bring together relevant theories, practical frameworks and tools from behavioral and social science, health and motivational psychology to systematically diagnose the roots of health behavior problems and design intervention solutions (digital or otherwise) directly targeting the causal processes that regulate behavior. Through short presentations, discussions, individual and group activities, participants will strengthen their understanding of human motivation, determinants of health behavior and more.

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Note: This session requires an add-on ticket

8:00am

Room 207

Workshop: Executive Coaching For Success With Margaret Cary

Unbiased feedback is often difficult, if not impossible. Coaching can help one find and improve their leadership style, and having a trusted, impartial advisor immune to the cyclical stress and insanity of start-ups can be of massive value. For non-physician health entrepreneurs understanding the viewpoint and experience of physicians is one of the most challenging aspects of innovating in health care. Doctors are busy, usually overwhelmed, and have a short attention span, with an even shorter attention span for new products/tech relating to their work.

Join Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH, called the “Doctor Whisperer” by her clients for a fast paced, highly interactive workshop on “Executive Coaching for Success,” which includes the evidence for coaching’s effectiveness, what to look for in a coach, a real-time coaching demonstration and supervised training. Participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion for Just in Time Coach Training from The Cary Group.

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Note: This session requires an add-on ticket

8:00am

Room 208

Macadamian

Workshop: Designing Innovative Healthcare Apps - A Design Thinking Workshop

This workshop tackles the key issue facing clinicians, patients and consumers when trying to use healthcare related applications: their inability to integrate it seamlessly into their workflow or life flow - which in turn diminishes their desire to use it! Join Lorraine Chapman, HIMSS HIT Usability Committee Chair and Geoff Parker, Director Healthcare, Software Development Macadamian to learn how to apply human-centered driven techniques to your product development process to create simple and meaningful user interactions with your app.

Workshop attendees will gain a deep understanding of: The 5 key principles of design thinking, how to employ a user-centred design framework to build a Health app, and how to ensure the creation of a product that users will want to, be able to and continue to use.

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Note: This session requires an add-on ticket

8:00am

Ballroom C

Truveris

Pharma Roundtable 2015

The pharma roundtable will convene some of the top minds from pharmaceutical companies around the world to debate and discuss how digital health is changing the pharmaceutical landscape. From the earliest phases of research to clinical trials to the way consumers interact with their products in the real world, come hear lessons learned and valuable insight for moving forward.

Note: This session is invite only, but please contact Kim Krueger for inquiries.

8:00am

Ballroom D

Employers 2.0

This session is back for it's fifth year and once again we're taking a look at how technology is enabling employers to take a proactive role in the health of their employees. This event is always free to employers.

9:00am

Ballroom H

Health Data Exploration Project-Personal Data for the Public Good

The Health Data Exploration project, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is a network of academic, public sector, and corporate partners working together to conduct research in how personal health data can be used to answer public health questions (aka personal data for the public good). Join us for this interactive dialogue to learn out about the HDE project as we accelerate the development of new collaborative commercial-academic opportunities enabling precision medicine. You’ll hear about insights from industry leaders about how their companies are collaborating with researchers; learn about opportunities for public and private sector partnerships (and why it’s good for business); and have a chance to participate in a dialogue with leading figures in creating novel industry-academic partnerships.

Please complete this short form if you're interested in attending this session.

10:30am

Ballroom B

Validation Institute

Validating Performance in Healthcare and Turning the Dial on Credibility

If you want the real story about whether a wellness program or health product worked, you want valid, accurate measures. Getting the real story is the topic of our lively panel discussion at Health 2.0 hosted by the Validation Institute. This frank and informative discussion will cover the what, why and how of measuring impact validly, as well how accurate measures affect the credibility of the healthcare ecosystem.

The Validation Institute was launched in 2014 by Intel-GE Care Innovations to impartially challenge the status quo of health outcomes measurement. It helps organizations involved in population health - from health plans to employers to vendors; and from start-ups to established companies - adhere to the highest standards of validity, allowing them to compete on the basis of integrity and performance rather than hyperbole.

Please complete this short form if you're interested in attending this session.

12:00pm

Ballroom A

Doing What Works (vs. What’s Conventional): Five Research-backed Principles to Create a High Performance Wellness Program

With noise in the popular press, it’s natural to question the value of wellness. Does wellness work? Do incentives drive outcomes? How can you achieve broad and sustained engagement and behavior change? Don’t believe everything you think about wellness. A successful model meets people where they are and takes advantage of links between program and reward design, engagement, and outcomes to enhance program performance.

Join serial entrepreneur and behavior designer Eric Zimmerman to learn powerful ways to design for behavior, recognize budget-sapping mistakes in design, preview original research revealing whether outcome-based designs produce better outcomes, successfully blend digital and clinical interventions, and get practical techniques to create a more engaging population health strategy

12:00pm

Ballroom B

Lunch & Learn: Team Finland

Moderated by Mirja Kaarlela - Tekes

FInland is the hottest spot in Europe for health and wellness innovations. This session will showcase 10 Finnish companies that are introducing game changing technologies to the market.

Special Keynote From: Teemu Arina

12:00pm

Ballroom C

Medable

Lunch & Learn: Medable

HIPAA 101 for start ups. We will discuss the basics of HIPAA compliance and hit on the high points that every health start up should know. The discussion will include pointers and pitfalls and end with an overview of HIPAA compliance solutions that can help your company. We will provide a useful handout the covers the basics of HIPAA and as well as information on tools and resources you should know about. Attendees will receive 20% off Medable platform usage for one year.

12:00pm

Ballroom D

Lunch & Learn: Allscripts

This informative session will introduce attendees to Allscripts uniquely open API’s and developer program. Allscripts is a major EHR provider for more than 180,000 physicians and 1500 hospitals across the U.S. and is growing its global footprint. It’s never been easier to integrate with Allscripts. In this session, learn how to connect with multiple clinical and practice management solutions using our developer toolkits. Allscripts will provide an introduction to its Developer Portal, including sandbox environments, show you sample code and answer any questions you have about joining the Allscripts Developer Program and partnering with Allscripts to sell your application to one of the largest client bases in healthcare IT. Get started today at http://developer.allscripts.com

12:00pm

Ballroom E

Lunch and Learn: Availity

Data Driven Collaboration - Mining Health Data to Improve Provider Engagement

With the largest real-time network and data platform in health care, Availity communicates more than seven million health care transactions every day. Using open-source developer tools and a growing suite of APIs, health care technology developers can mine the data flow and convert discrete transactions into triggering events, prompting an array of actions, to drive engagement and desired outcomes.

In this session, we’ll show how Availity is lowering the barrier for access to its rich data and expanding its network beyond the traditional walled garden of health care technology.

12:00pm

Ballroom F - G

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Lunch & Learn: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

There is no “They”: How Will You Help Build Health Equity?

What if everyone could hope to live a healthy life? RWJF invites you to help build that future. Check out our video, What if everyone could hope to live a healthy life?

In this interactive, hands on session, RWJF invites Health 2.0 participants to challenge their privilege and bring their creativity and ingenuity to bear on the complex problems of health inequity. Want some ideas?

12:00pm

Ballroom H

Lunch & Learn: Meet Holland's Hottest in Health Tech

This session will provide an overview of Europe’s leading Digital Health ecosystem with pitches and demos from 10 Dutch startups

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Main Stage Kick Off

Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya welcome you to the 9th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference and give a keynote of the trajectory of the health care industry’s relationship with technology over the past eight years.

2:25pm

Mission City Ballroom

​Featured Speaker: ​Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea joins the Health 2.0 stage to speak on women’s health and the work of The Clinton Foundation to strengthen health systems in developing countries, increase opportunities for women and girls around the world, and to help Americans live healthier lives.

2:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Indu Subaiya

Photo courtesy of Bobby Gladd

3:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Technology for Improved Patient Experiences and Outcomes

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

What are the opportunities for, and case study examples of, technology enabling the development of new practice models to get us to a world where we focus on patient outcomes.

4:25pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Coffee Break & Exhibit Hall Opens

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

4:25pm

Ballroom F - G

NaviNet

Industry Deep Dive from Navinet

The Ubiquitous Network and Healthcare Transformation

Value-based models and consumerization have thrust healthcare into a period of violent change reminiscent of what the Web did to retail at the turn of the century. Will the connected consumer and collaborative network applications do to payers and providers what Uber is doing to transportation? In this 30-minute session, Frank Ingari, President and CEO of NaviNet, explores the emerging real-time healthcare network that will underlie inter-connected, self-organizing relationships across the healthcare ecosystem. Based on how network principles have disrupted other industries, Ingari will describe why the network will emerge as healthcare’s organizing model, from the patient experience to the way entrepreneurs will find and grow markets.

Speaker

5:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Diaspark Healthcare

6:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

Wrap-up: Day 1

Indu and Matthew review day one and give a preview of what’s coming on Tuesday.

6:30pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Cocktail Reception

Grab a drink and mingle with other attendees during our Cocktail Hour. With more networking and deals-done than anywhere else in health technology this is one you don't want to miss!

7:30pm

Patio

VIP Speaker & Sponsor party

The official exclusive Health 2.0 party for our fabulous speakers and sponsors!

7:30pm

Exhibition Hall A - B

Exhibit Hall Closes

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

7:00am

Mission City Ballroom Prefunction

Breakfast

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

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Day 2 Welcome

Opening remarks and an overview of the day from Health 2.0 co-founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt.

8:05am

Mission City Ballroom

RWJF

The New Consumer Health Ecosystem

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

From wearables and mindfulness apps to revamped retail experiences, there’s no denying that the consumer ecosystem is growing at an unprecedented pace. We’ll expand the conversation started at Health 2.0’s WinterTech last January by bringing together the platforms, retailers, and industry leaders who are joining forces to support the new era of health and wellness.

More speakers to be announced soon!

9:15am

Mission City Ballroom

Patient Perspective

At 27, Erica Chain was busy living her life, but when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor after fainting in the street, she found herself suddenly grappling with huge health decisions and an uncertain future. The path to recovery was complex and unlikely, but Erica is healthy now and comes to Health 2.0 to share how her patient experience played a crucial role in that recovery and stays with her even today.

9:25am

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Closing the Data Divide Challenge: The de Beaumont Foundation announces the launch of their new developer challenge focused on facilitating data exchange and collaboration between public health and primary care to improve population health.

9:30am

Mission City Ballroom

Hiti

A Special Sponsored Message from Higi

9:35am

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy

vadm-murthy2 Dr. Murthy will layout his vision for building a stronger and healthier America by focusing public attention on how we can change culture and communities to prevent disease and how we can make sure that everyone has a fair shot at achieving good health.

10:10am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Xavier Center for Innovation

Coffee Break - Exhibit Hall Opens

Enjoy a cup of coffee and explore the exhibit hall during this morning break.

10:10am

Ballroom F - G

Connecting consumers to the future of health...

Come hear industry experts representing health plans, thought leaders, entrepreneurs and experience designers discuss and debate the prolific consumer healthcare journey. Specifically, this diverse panel will explore how empowered consumers can connect to the future of healthcare, how to inspire engagement and all of our roles in making that experience beautiful.

11:00am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS: BLOCK 1

Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that let you look more closely 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.

11:00am

Ballroom A

BREAKOUT: Care Delivery Platforms for Provider Communication and Decision Support

Moderated by Stefano Bini, MD - UCSF

Some of the best resources in the medical community are the doctors themselves. Providers gather specific knowledge through experience, and what better way to pool and leverage that knowledge than through cloud-based, data-driven Health 2.0 technologies? In this session, we’ll see tools that are making it easier for providers to tap into shared knowledge, consult with their peers, and deliver higher quality care.

11:00am

Ballroom B

BREAKOUT: The New Landscape for Digital Diagnosis

Moderated by Pat Salber - Health Tech Hatch

By showcasing tools for providers and consumers, this breakout demonstrates the new hardware being used by both groups to reach accurate diagnosis. By leveraging capabilities from our smartphones and tablets, these tools capture the future of diagnosis as it happens right at home.

11:00am

Ballroom C

BREAKOUT: Tools for Connected and Collaborative Care Teams

Moderated by Robin Berzin - Parsley Health

Bridging the provider and consumer world of tools, the platforms in this breakout aid, manage, and coordinate care across the entire care spectrum. These companies will illustrate how seamless care can be across varied care settings and when shared between different individuals.

11:00am

Ballroom D

BREAKOUT: Free the Data: Consumer Data Ownership

The five tools in this breakout continue to add fire to the empowered patient movement. By enabling consumer data access at the tip of your fingers, the technology demonstrations highlighted here showcase the varied and encompassing ways we can all better understand and act on our health.

11:00am

Ballroom E

BREAKOUT: Genomics and the Future of Personalized Medicine

Moderated by Dirk Lammerts - myNEXT

A handful of companies are blazing a trail from reactionary to proactive medicine in a number of ways. From leveraging genome sequencing on an individual basis, to manipulating big data to mine emerging conditions across entire populations, these companies are leading the way to predict patient diagnosis intervention.

11:00am

Grand Ballroom H

BREAKOUT: Technologies for Connecting Physicians and Patients

There are an increasing number of ways in which technology touches the patient provider relationship. From physician monitoring of patient wearables and recovery, to platforms for improving work-flow and administrative processes that filter down to the patient relationship, this session gives a glimpse at various tools enabling more efficient and powerful patient-provider interactions.

11:00am

Room 207

BREAKOUT: International and Emerging Markets

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

The United States is leading the way in supporting, financing, and adopting innovations. But the Health 2.0 movement is happening all over the world. This session explores solutions from global innovators with applications in emerging markets, as well as specific challenges and best practices around developing and financing new health technologies for the international stage.

11:00am

Room 203-204

National Sleep Foundation

Sleep Technology Summit & Expo: Part I

As consumers continue to take an active role in improving their own health, gaining valuable insights into our sleep has emerged as the next frontier. And with the explosion of wearable tech, smart sensors and big data collection, digital health solutions are poised to be a game changer in the global sleep-aid market estimated to hit $76.7 billion by 2019.

Join the inaugural Sleep Technology Summit & Expo, hosted by the National Sleep Foundation, for a series of impactful, riveting and informative sessions addressing everything from which technologies are breaking new “sleep” ground to exploring the evolving global investment landscape.

See the full agenda here

11:00am

Room 209-210

BREAKOUT: Pre, Post, M&A, IPO & Bubbleomics: The Health 2.0 World of Money

2015 has been a big year. We have ongoing venture rounds, real IPOs (some even with profits!), some digital health unicorns, and prices going up. But Marc Andreessen tells us there’s no bubble here! The queen of venture punditry, Lisa Suennen, will referee a corporate VC, a financial VC, an equity analyst, and an investment banker discussing what’s up and what's next.

11:50am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with attendees, or catch a special Lunch & Learn.

12:00pm

Ballroom D

10 Wearable Adoption Myths

A discussion on misconceptions in wearables that are slowing the road to mass adoption. What are the product, design, and business model innovations that can increase the likelihood that wearables may tip, and enable a new reality of digital health, fitness, and modern lifestyle.

12:00pm

Ballroom E

AMA Lunch & Learn: DOCs ÷ EHR = SOS

Want to know what it’s like to use current Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in the fast-paced world of emergency medicine? Join AMA President Steven J. Stack, MD, an emergency physician from Kentucky, to hear real-world stories of life in the ED since the arrival of EHRs. Dr. Stack will lead an interactive session to illustrate how tomorrow’s technology can better meet the needs of patients and physicians in routine medical care and in times of crisis.

12:00pm

Ballroom F - G

The Iron Yard

Lunch and Learn: Iron Yard

Moderated by Marty Bauer - The Iron Yard

Nine top startups from around the world were chosen for Iron Yard Ventures Digital Health Accelerator this summer. The cohort includes a mobile app that helps first responders save lives, health kiosks and point of care devices, a platform for centralizing health and fitness records, a personalized recommendation engine for chronic conditions and many other exciting products. CEOs will launch their products to the world at Health 2.0.

12:00pm

Ballroom H

Lunch and Learn: Validic

The speed of digital health innovation and adoption combined with government regulation and payment incentives is forcing healthcare organizations – that previously have been incredibly slow to change - to move quickly to implement new cost-saving, outcome-improving initiatives. In order to meet the speed of the market and not risk falling behind, organizations need to partner quickly and effectively to launch these connected health initiatives.

These technology and strategic partnerships are the key to being successful in today’s fast paced healthcare technology landscape. Join this lunch and learn session to hear from three of Validic’s clients - Conversa Health, Caresync and Wellmo - as they discuss how partnering with technology vendors has allowed them to grow rapidly and be successful in the evolving, technology-fueled healthcare environment.

1:00pm

BREAKOUT SESSION: BLOCK 2

Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that let you look more closely 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.

1:00pm

Ballroom A

BREAKOUT: Create, Share, Like: Care Delivery Platforms for Provider Media

Moderated by Gail Gannon - Ensante Consulting

The development of health applications eliminates some of the barriers physicians face in health care. Need an instant diagnosis? Send a photo or video to your physician. Need to collaborate with other physicians? We’ve got you covered. In this session, we will show you how technology and health care are interwoven as we bring you the platforms that allow providers to develop better care for the patients.

1:00pm

Ballroom B

BREAKOUT: At Your Digital Door: Interfaces for Remote Care

Moderated by Sunil Maulik - SunilM1

Digital tools are engaging and interacting with our health in increasingly new ways. This breakout focuses on how these interfaces provide health care in new ways -whether it be via telemedicine, digital health coaching, educational content, or care delivery.

1:00pm

Ballroom C

BREAKOUT: Big Data Analytics for Population Health Management

Moderated by Arvind Kumar - PwC

Defined as the health outcomes of a group of individuals, population health has given rise to a flurry of analytic solutions driving hospitals and providers to understand big data in new ways. From visualizing risk to clinical efficiency, these platforms are designed to look beyond the health of one to predict better health for all.

1:00pm

Ballroom D

BREAKOUT: Pharma 2.0: Medication Management and Compliance

For patients, improving medication adherence can both bolster patients’ health as well as revenues. Since adherence is a multi-stakeholder sport, many of the innovations for adherence improvement are coming from outside of pharma, and sometimes aim to help payers (employers, insurance companies) or others whose incentives are not aligned with those of pharma companies.

1:00pm

Ballroom E

BREAKOUT: Clinical Tools for Provider Workflow and Patient Engagement

Although the recent infusion of billions of dollars into health information technology by the federal government has encouraged providers and hospitals to adopt efficiency-enhancing technologies like EMRs, many critical health services are still delivered using inefficient systems and processes. We’ll hear from a range of companies creating and marketing technologies that will make the delivery of care quicker, faster, and cheaper.

1:00pm

Ballroom H

BREAKOUT: Caregiving Technologies for the Elderly

Moderated by Maneesh Juneja - MJ Analytics

The baby boomer population is aging and this session poses the technological infrastructure needed to support their care is still a few years off. This session is packed with innovative solutions that are closing the gaps in care, ranging from finding affordable in-home care for seniors, to helping facilities better manage dementia patients, all the way to having a virtual round-the-clock personalized wellness coaching.

1:15pm

Room 203-204

National Sleep Foundation

Sleep Technology Summit & Expo: Part II

A continuation of the inaugural Sleep Technology Summit & Expo, hosted by the National Sleep Foundation, for a series of impactful, riveting and informative sessions addressing everything from which technologies are breaking new “sleep” ground to exploring the evolving global investment landscape.

See the full agenda here

1:00pm

Room 209 - 210

BREAKOUT: Defining Success: Concept, Creation, Integration and Installation of HIT Solutions

Moderated by Tina Joros - Allscripts

Each year, startups enter the Healthcare IT space with a solution to help solve a problem in health care. In this panel, four companies at various stages of growth will discuss their journey from product conceptualization and creation of their company, to their decision to integrate with EHR vendors and their experience as healthcare organizations install and use their solutions. Hear from CareSync, ePREOP, Phreesia and QueueDr as they discuss their journey and how they have shaped their definition of success along the way.

1:00pm

Room 207

BREAKOUT: Data Driving Healthy Communities

From the latest trends in data to innovative analysis and applications, policy leaders from across the nation will share the ways in which they’re leveraging data and turning it into actionable insights making a big impact on community health.

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Dr. Robert Wachter

Dr. Robert Wachter shares insights from his latest book “The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Digital Age” which examines the promises, controversies and obstacles in the new digital age of healthcare.

2:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

SoftServe

Tools to Fix the Clinical User Experience

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

From data gathering and recording, to diagnostics, collaboration, and care coordination, technology tools flood every step of the connected physician’s workflow. But the results are in and the Clinical User Experience sucks--how do we fix it?

3:35pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Coffee Break

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

3:45pm

Ballroom F - G

Borderless, Constant Care In The Current Digital Age

Moderated by Paul Lee - Curely

Did you know that more people have smart phones than clean water? Mobile messaging offers unprecedented access to doctors and reliable health and wellness information on a global scale, dissolving physical boundaries and creating a new era of constant care. Join our dynamic panel of experts from Harvard, Singularity University and IBM Watson as we discuss this and the latest technology innovations reshaping the economics of healthcare delivery worldwide.

4:35pm

Mission City Ballroom

Interview with Marc Siry

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

Indu Subaiya sits down with Comcast’s Vice President of Strategic Development, Marc Siry to discuss how Comcast is engaging customers in innovative ways to deliver health and wellness content with their new myPregnancy app.

Speaker

4:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

MedWand

The Unmentionables

For the seventh installment of the Unmentionables we’re making the argument that what used to be taboo may now finally be gaining the attention it deserves…topics like sex, divorce, death of a loved one, a bad boss – everyday new evidence arises that these life factors don’t just influence health – they can define it. With the silver tsunami so too will come new challenges – and opportunities…like the isolating grip of caregiver stress, financial fraud and abuse of seniors, and the opportunity to do death well. And if the definition of health needs to be expanded to include life because when life goes wrong, health goes wrong – then maybe the ultimate disease management program would be the one that got you a job. We’ll be talking about all that – plus the role empathy can (MUST) have in consumer driven design.

5:55pm

Mission City Ballroom

Wrap-up: Day 2

Indu and Matthew take a look back on the second day of Health 2.0 and give a preview of what’s coming on day three.

6:15pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Reception

7:30pm

Exhibition Hall A-B

Exhibit Hall Closes

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

7:15am

Grand Ballroom F-G

JETRO

Breakfast Session - Driving growth in a $17 Billion Senior Care Market

Grab some breakfast and come explore new opportunities in the growing Senior Health Care market in Japan, which is estimated to double its size to a ¥2 trillion ($17 billion) industry in the next five years. Listen to leaders from Cisco Systems, a multinational IT company developing a cutting edge eldercare insurance platform for Asia’s growing healthcare system, and Paramount Bed, Japan’s number one hospital bed manufacturer for over 60 years, as they weigh in on their perspective of the future of the Japanese healthcare market.

7:40am

Mission City Ballroom Prefunction

Breakfast

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

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Day 3 Welcome

8:05am

Mission City Ballroom

Smart Data Tools & Analytics

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

As the patient-generated data frontier moves further into the clinical realm and as data available to providers gets more precise, robust and real-time, we’ll examine the platforms and technologies enabling a smarter health system and a more informed healthcare consumer.

9:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Connecting Public Health and Clinical Care: New Models for Accountability

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

An extension of the data and analytics discussion earlier in the morning, we're bringing together policy leaders from across the nation who share how they are leveraging data resources to build a stronger infrastructure of health in their local communities.

10:00am

Exhibit Hall A-B

Exhibition Hall Opens

10:00am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Coffee Break

Enjoy a cup of coffee and explore the exhibit hall during this morning break.

10:00am

Ballroom F - G

The App Cure: Redefining the Daily Apple Through Technology

Moderated by Scott Mace - HealthLeaders

Technology has the power to ease physicians’ workloads, create a shared reference between patients and their doctors, connect people to the health care they need, and make information flow faster and more accurately. But, what are the challenges and how can physicians integrate and envision the possibilities to create a better patient care environment and deliver better health outcomes? Join this dialogue, with AMA CEO James L. Madara, MD and Michael Tutty, AMA GVP, Physician Satisfaction, in a discussion led by Scott Mace, senior technology editor for HealthLeaders Media.

10:45am

BREAKOUT SESSION: BLOCK 3

Take your pick from a series of parallel breakout sessions that let you look more closely 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.

10:45am

Ballroom A

BREAKOUT: The Informed Consumer: Physician Search and Price Transparency

As consumers, we compare and research before we make big decisions for just about everything - from groceries to cars. Yet when it is time to go to the doctor, we accept the price tag and the attending physician with little question! This breakout showcases the companies that will aid in you in not only finding the right doctor and the right health plan, but also the right price.

10:45am

Ballroom B

BREAKOUT: The Measured Life: Tracking from Head to Toe

Real-time data has been easier to obtain as new technology is developed to track your body. Continuous tracking has allowed for a more precise measurement of your health sent directly to your doctors. These additional insights from tracking tools have helped physicians and consumers gain a better understanding of people’s health and lifestyle. With the hundreds of trackers and monitors in the health technology market today, this session will showcase the ones that are beautifully designed and most effective.

10:45am

Ballroom C

BREAKOUT: Continuous Care: Platforms for Patient-Provider Communication

The relationship between patient and provider determines many health outcomes. When communication between these two parties is compromised health conditions can worsen dramatically. In this session, we’ll see how data sharing is made easy by taking a look at novel applications that make communication between the patient and physician efficient and effortless. Patients can rest assured that their condition is continuously managed and their questions are answered.

10:45am

Ballroom D

BREAKOUT: Financial and Operations: Administration Tools for Health Systems

Hospitals have thousands of things constantly going on at any one moment. However there is hope for order in this chaos! The companies in this demo have developed and designed 5 essential products to keep hospitals running smoothly.

10:45am

Ballroom E

BREAKOUT: New Technologies for Adherence and Lasting Behavior Change

Moderated by Dustin DiTommaso - Mad*Pow

Remember when you forgot the exact details of the wellness plan your doctor made for you? Or that time when you skipped a day of your pills because you were too rushed in the morning and didn't have time? These lapses in memory and unstructured medical plans have led to financially and physically costly results. This breakout demos how our devices can make us adherent patients and empowered health promoters.

10:45am

Ballroom H

BREAKOUT: The Cognitive Frontier: Health 2.0 Tools for Mapping the Mind

It’s no secret there is still uncertainty within the brain. With the findings in neurobiology on the rise, technology is used to allow us to gain data straight from the brain. In this breakout session, we’ll see the companies that are tracking brain activity and trying to locate areas of the brain in order to help treat brain-related disorders.

Exciting demo announcements coming soon!

10:45am

Room 203-204

National Sleep Foundation

Sleep Technology Summit & Expo: Part III

A continuation of the inaugural Sleep Technology Summit & Expo, hosted by the National Sleep Foundation, for a series of impactful, riveting and informative sessions addressing everything from which technologies are breaking new “sleep” ground to exploring the evolving global investment landscape.

See the full agenda here

10:45am

Room 207

BREAKOUT: Arc Fusion: Getting real about the convergence of health IT and biomedicine

While there is huge promise with the convergence of health IT and biomedicine to dramatically improve patient outcomes, there are many challenges to actually implementing, adopting and complying these innovative technologies from all sides: from regulators, payers, the hospital, the doctor or HCP, and the patient.

What do hospitals and doctors need to adopt health IT technologies? And just as important, what do patients need and want in order to help themselves?

For instance, doctors require qualitative clinical validation to confirm health IT data. We want this, too, as patients and consumers. And yet much of the data and information produced by health IT lacks clinical validation, while many of the "truths" patients have heard in the media or through non-FDA approved sources remain unproven. For example, who says that we all should be walking 10,000 steps a day? There is little or no science behind this arbitrary measurement, or its impact on a person’s health.

Arc Fusion will be presenting a how-to panel on the down-and-dirty to make health IT products work for biomedicine and for everyone: hospitals, researchers, doctors, and patients.

10:45am

Room 209-210

What's the Magic Ingredient for Successful Health IT Organizations? (Hint: It Starts With 'W')

Moderated by Anna-Lisa Silvestre - Conversa

Join a group of experienced women in leadership positions across settings (start-up, consulting, patient advocacy, venture capital, academic centers and large organizations) and learn how they created a career path for themselves. We will also provide a positive blueprint for including women in leadership teams and share evidence for why this is a winning company strategy.

More exciting speakers to be announced soon!

11:35am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

11:40am

Ballroom F - G

UnitedHealthCare

Industry Deep Dive - The Social Side of Aging in Place

Moderated by Jeff Makowka - AARP

Today’s retirees have access to apps and tools designed to help them stay healthy and independent as long as possible, but what about the social side of aging in place? Older people who live on their own are particularly vulnerable to social isolation due to loss of family, mobility or income, and social isolation impacts the overall well-being and health of an individual.

This session will explore issues specific to this population and potential solutions for how to help people aging in place stay socially connected.

12:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health 2.0 Source

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Matthew walks through a demo of Health 2.0 Source, the industry-leading database that contains detailed information on more than 2,500 companies and 3,500 products -- including details on new funding, product launches, acquisitions, leadership change, and more!

12:40pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Matthew Holt

Health 2.0 is just getting into the mainstream. Other tools and approaches like disease management and patient safety seem to have been held back because they can't prove the elusive ROI. Others, like EMRs & ACOs and almost any med tech intervention and drug you can think of seem to roll right ahead.

So how should we think about the business future and likely impact of the technologies we show on stage? And what should we all be saying to the health care system? Patient safety expert and all around witty gadfly Michael Millenson will join Matthew Holt to make some suggestions.

1:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Vicert

Launch!

Ten brand new companies 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, Practice Fusion, OM Signal.

1:50pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Announcement: Code-a-thon Winner

Developers, designers, health care professionals, biz dev, and entrepreneurs joined forces for 2 days of rapid creative health-hacking. Winners will be announced and will demo their submission live on-stage.

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Conference Wrap-up

2:00pm

Exhibit Hall A-B

Exhibition Hall Closes