Health 2.0 Fall Conference 2014

We’re back in Santa Clara on September 21-24, 2014 and once again bringing together the best and brightest speakers, newest product demos, and top networking opportunities for the most unique event in health care technology.

With over 80 speakers, 30 engaging panels, workshops, thought-provoking discussions, and 150 LIVE product demos, the most innovative health tech breakthroughs will be showcased on the Health 2.0 stage. In addition to sessions on Patient Engagement, the Data Utility Layer, Wearables, and The New Marketplace, attendee favorites 3 CEOs, The Unmentionables, and Launch! are back this September 21-24 in Santa Clara, CA.

If you missed us last year check out the video footage and online agenda from 2013.

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Things to avoid at Health 2.0 this Fall:

  • Sharing a hotel room with your Co-Founder and interns! Book your hotel early and get our exclusive Santa Clara Hyatt Room block rate. Book here!
  • Not giving your company the traction and visibility it deservesPatrick Ryan can help you find the sponsorship or exhibitor level that give you the best bite for your buck.
  • Not Attending! If you are feeling a financial pinch we have a couple of options. Join our Bootstrapped BaseCamp and have access to the sessions and space on the exhibit floor and/or apply for the start-up rate here.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

2:00pm

Ballroom B

Doctors 2.0

Doctors 2.0 features the best tools, apps, and programs for collaborating with fellow physicians, enhancing the patient-provider relationship, and allowing your care team to support you in the best way possible.

8:00am

Ballroom C

Patients 2.0

Patients 2.0 is back again for the fourth year in a row! The session is run by Patients and marshalled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Agenda line-up coming soon.

Monday, September 22, 2014

8:00am

Ballroom A

Hospital Innovation Roundtable

The hospital round table is designed to foster debate and spark the exchange of ideas between the best minds from leading health care systems around the nation. Participants will discuss how their institutions create and utilize cutting-edge technologies to tackle complex health care issues ranging from care coordination to data exchange. Additionally a number of forward looking provider institutions will present case studies of their experience running pilots, working with entrepreneurs and fostering innovations from within their organization in an effort to truly change the face of health care as we know it.

Note: This session is invite only, but please contact Graeme Ossey for inquiries.

8:00am

Ballroom C

Pharma Roundtable

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 fourth 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!

Agenda line-up coming soon.

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.

8:00am

203 - 204

Co-Design Workshop on Digital Health for the Underserved

ZeroDivide will host an interactive workshop on the challenges and opportunities in designing and developing digital health products that meet the needs of the Medicaid population with expansion of health insurance coverage. Millions of people now have greater access to the health care system, a majority of whom were previously uninsured.

This workshop will include demos, a panel, a Design-a-thon, and will address the following questions:
- What unique considerations are needed to co-design digital health tools with and for underserved populations?
- How can the digital health begin to reframe and redefine product development for this population?

8:00am

209-210

Mad*Pow

Beyond Gamification: Designing Behavior Change Games

Hosted by Mad*Pow: Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn the mechanics of clinically tested behavior change interventions as well as the techniques game designers use to motivate, engage, and reward players through a game’s lifecycle. A practical, step-by-step methodology will be introduced and built upon throughout the session, resulting in a scalable framework and process for designing playful and practical behavior change games.

1:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

MAIN STAGE KICK OFF!

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Eric Topol

KEYNOTE: Dr. Eric Topol

As Chief Academic Officer of Scripps Health, Dr. Eric Topol is a pioneer in the field of using Health 2.0 technologies not only in cardiac prevention but also in day-to-day practice. Consider his recent book, The Creative Destruction of Medicine, required reading!

2:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

KEYNOTE: Indu Subaiya

Indu Subaiya is the CEO of Health 2.0. In 2013 she introduced us to the 7 Deadly Sins of Health Care and this year she will share what she has learned from her investigation into data sources that support a variety of health disparities around the United States.

2:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Donna Cryer

Patients as Partners Across the Clinical Spectrum

Donna Cryer is CEO of the Global Liver Institute, a collaboration platform for the liver community. With an impressive resume of patient advocacy from the White House to her consultancy firm CryerHealth, Donna frames professional patient advocacy within the framework of her own personal experience as a liver transplant recipient.

2:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Smarter Care Delivery: Amplifying the Patient Voice

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

The session is all about how new technology platforms, payors, and providers are working together for enhanced patient care delivery and engagement.

More speakers and demos coming soon...!

4:00pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Coffee Break & Deep Dive

Grab coffee, join the Deep Dive session, visit the exhibit hall, or network with fellow attendees.

5:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

6:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

7:00am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Breakfast

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Welcome to Health 2.0: Day 2

8:10am

Mission City Ballroom

KEYNOTE: Matthew Holt

Last year Matthew told the Health 2.0 community about the history of technology, three huge health tech trends, and what they should build next. All in under 9 minutes. Expect something equally punchy and demanding this year!

8:25am

Mission City Ballroom

Consumer Tech and Wearables: Powering Healthy Lifestyles

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

Bringing together the most innovative wearables that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session is focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology.

Don’t miss the live fashion show bringing together health technology and wearables on one stage for the first time at Health 2.0.

Featured Runway demos announced soon!

10:00am

Ballroom F - G

Coffee Break & Deep Dive

Enjoy a cup of coffee, catch the Deep Dive session, explore the exhibit hall during this morning break.

11:00am

Breakout Sessions: Block 1

Take your pick from these 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

Managing and Coordinating Care

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

More Demos coming soon!

11:00am

Ballroom B

Care Platforms for Patient-Provider Communication

Co-Founder Matthew Holt frequently remarks that while Indu wants to cure cancer, he just wants to email his doctor - both of which are equally difficult! The companies showcased in this breakout aim to solve Matthew’s problem by providing the channels for enhanced and meaningful communication between health care’s most critical players.

More Demos coming soon!

11:00am

Ballroom C

Population Health in Large Care Systems

Defined as the health outcomes of a group of individuals, population health analytics and solutions are driving hospitals to understand large 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.

More Demos coming soon!

11:00am

Ballroom D

Birds of a Feather: Online Patient Communities

This breakout brings together the companies focused on ending the isolation so many experience alongside illness. The online patient communities joining this breakout draw together patients of similar conditions, create new friendships and partnerships, while leveraging a platform to discuss alternative drugs and treatments.

More Demos coming soon!

12:00pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Lunch

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

1:00pm

Breakout Sessions: Block 2

Take your pick from these 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

Smarter Support: Provider Tools

As time with patients continues to be stretched thinner, the need for helpful applications for providers is in high demand. Companies in this session showcase support and assistance tools for providers, taking care to develop applications that are easily integrated into everyday practice.
More Demos announced soon!

1:00pm

Ballroom B

Digital Coaching for a Well Life

Improved health and performance often begins with a coach- that person to give us the push to keep us on track of your goals. Whether trying for stronger abs or a better night sleep, these digital platforms are proving coaching therapies are moving beyond the gym.
More Demos announced soon!

1:00pm

Ballroom C

Digital Diagnosis in the Hands of Consumers

By building from the functionality and features of our cell phones, these tools have repurposed the Smartphone to support new channels for diagnosis. This suite of tools provides the lens to capture everything from early developmental conditions to ear infections to STDs.

Ballroom D

Platforms for Empowered Patient Decision Making

Applications are now being designed and developed to engage patient voice and choice, thus empowering decision making between patients, providers, and payors to reflect collaboration. In their approach to patient-centered decision making, presenters in this breakout capture different ways consumers are gaining power within health choices.
More Demos announced soon!

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Buy, Sell, Exchange: New Markets for Consumers, Employers, and Providers

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Nearly a year after ACA implementation, this session will dive into the new ways benefits are being offered to consumers, how employers are buying care directly, and what new technologies are enabling change in direct care provision.

More speakers and demos coming soon...!

3:00pm

In conversation with... Jonathan Bush

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

athenahealth’s CEO, Jonathan Bush will not only discuss the role EMRs play in the larger health care ecosystem, but also his new book: Where Does It Hurt?: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Fixing Health Care.

3:15pm

Coffee Break and Deep Dive session

Enjoy a quick coffee break on your way to the Deep Dive session.

4:30pm

The Unmentionables

This is the fifth year for the ever-popular Unmentionables panel at Health 2.0. We’ve covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships, sleep, caregiving, money, suicide, work stress, poverty, sex and end of life issues - all areas of life that intersect with our health but aren't traditionally discussed in health care.

Speakers and demos coming soon...!

5:15pm

Day 2 Wrap-up

5:30pm

Exhibit Hall AB

Cocktail Reception

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

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

7:00am

Breakfast and Deep Dive session

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Welcome to Health 2.0 - Day 3

8:15am

Data Analytics: From Discovery to Personalized Care

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

This panel focuses on how data analytics and powerful visualizations are pushing forward clinical research from companies like IBM Watson and Merck. Highlights will include genomics, non-invasive diagnosis tools, and integrated data collection are uncovering new discoveries, promoting personalized medicine and new care protocols.

More speakers and demos coming soon...!

Speaker

9:30am

Coffee Break and Deep Dive session

Caffeinate and collaborate in the Deep Dive session or the open exhibit hall!

10:30am

Breakout Block 3

Take your pick from these 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.

Virtual Couch: Platforms for Online Mental Health
Evolving with Technology: Hospital Management Tools

More breakout sessions being announced soon...!

1:00pm

Ballroom A

Administrative Tools for Hospitals

Hospitals, like a machine, need to be well oiled to run properly. While our comparison may be a bit...Crude… we see the functionality of hospital administrative tools grow in new and expansive ways each quarter. This breakout addresses the work done behind the scenes to ensure hospitals and providers are able to remain focused on care.
More Demos announced soon!

1:00pm

Ballroom B

Hard and Soft Wear for Tracking the Body

The segment of health care with the most growth trajectory has been wearable technology, and over the past year health IT has developed sensors and trackers for every environment of our lives. Worn from our heads to our toes, and even in our homes, these devices are capturing data from sleep to chronic illness to fertility.
More Demos announced soon!

1:00pm

Ballroom C

Targeted Treatments: The Future of Precision Medicine

As personalized medicine gathers increasing buzz in health IT, it was no surprise to encounter a handful of companies doing incredible work to leverage varied technologies to drive more individualized care. As we continue to explore the idea that each patient is unique, Health 2.0 knows we will see these companies leading the way.
More Demos announced soon!

1:00pm

Ballroom D

Avatars Aiding Health

Both providers and consumers are now benefiting from interfacing with avatars. While guiding educational content, tracking progress, and aiding both personal and professional development, the applications in this breakout are using the power of simulation to drive health across the board….or should we say screen.
More Demos announced soon!

11:30am

Mission City Ballroom

Lunch and Launch!

Pick up one of Health 2.0's signature healthy lunches and head back to the main stage to see ten brand new companies unveil their products for the very first time!

12:45pm

KEYNOTE: Patrick Soon-Shiong

Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong is the man behind the super-platform NantHealth, and will address some of the technical challenges modern health care faces today. He is a physician, surgeon, scientist, well-known venture capitalist, and a partial owner of the Los Angeles Lakers to top it off!

1:00pm

The Frontier of Health 2.0

David Ewing Duncan is back to host The Frontier panel which will look into the future of how health data will be customized to the user via genomics, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other sensors.

Speakers and demos coming soon...!

1:45pm

Coffee Break and Deep Dive session

Enjoy a quick coffee break on your way to the Deep Dive session.

3:00pm

ONC TownHall

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

This is an opportunity to help shape the thinking on patient safety and innovation. This will be an open forum with leaders at the ONC and FDA as they develop approaches for a health IT framework that promotes safety and innovation. Come share your view and learn how you can participate in future discussions.

3:45pm

Driving Healthier Communities with Data

4:45pm

Closing Remarks

Pricing

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Venue

Santa Clara Convention Center

The Eighth Annual Fall Conference is taking place at:

Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA 95054

You can book rooms at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara by calling  888.421.1442

5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara
CA
95054
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