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! *Our room block at the Hyatt is now full*, but please consider these great options nearby: Hilton Santa Clara, Embassy Suites Santa Clara, Biltomore Hotel and Suites.
  • 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 please 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 engaging patients in their care. All practicing physicians are welcome at this session free of charge, and may apply for a full conference pass as well. To both sign up for this session and apply for the conference pass, please click here.

2:00 Welcoming Remarks
2:05 Tools for Collaboration
3:05 The World of Eric Topol: High Tech for Everyday Providers
4:15 Coffee Break
4:45 The (Don't Cringe Just Yet!) Patient Engagement Panel
5:55 Closing Remarks

2:00pm

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.

Redesigning Health care: Our Napkin Strategy is a dynamic session focused on redesigning health care with building block ideas, best practices, and innovative solutions geared towards transforming the current landscape into one that’s truly focused on the needs of the patient. Too often, we hear of challenges faced by patients and their caregivers as they interface with the health care system. What if we could redesign health care FOR patients with perspectives FROM patients as well as others across the continuum of care?

This is a free session open to any patient--which means anybody! If you are a Patient or Caregiver, you can also apply for a free pass to the entire Health 2.0 conference here.

2:00 Opening Remarks: Redesigning Health Care
2:15 The Evolution of Health Care: Past and Present
2:30 What Would I Change About Health Care
4:15 Networking and Coffee Break
4:45 What Would I Change About Health Care [cont.]
5:30 What Does the Future Behold?
5:45 Next Steps: Continuing the Conversation

Monday, September 22, 2014

8:00am

Ballroom A

Hospital Innovation Roundtable

Moderated by Aenor Sawyer - UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation & Kara Odom Walker - PCORI Doug Goldstein - iConecto

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.

7:30 Breakfast and Networking
8:00 Opening Remarks
8:05 Using the Talent and Resources of a Medical Center to Innovate from Within
8:55 Sponsored Case Study from VMware
9:05 Partnering with Third-Party Innovators - How Hospitals have Been Successful in Implementing Health 2.0 Technologies
9:55 Sponsored Case Study by TrueVault
10:05 Networking and Coffee Break
10:50 Pilot Health Tech NYC Case Study
11:00 Roundtable Discussion

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.

8:00 Opening Remarks
8:15 Low Hanging Fruit: Pharma Goes Digital for Adherence
9:05 Sponsored Case Study from Qualcomm Life
9:15 With A Little Help From Our Friends: Clinical Trial Recruitment and Management in a Digital World
10:00 Networking and Coffee Break
10:45 Brave New World: Consumers and their Data in the New Digital Landscape
11:30 Sponsored Case Study from Physicians Interactive
11:40 Closing Remarks

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!

8:00 Opening Remarks
8:10 Purchasing, Benefits, and Transparency
9:15 Wellness Solutions
10:00 Networking and Coffee
10:45 New Approaches

8:00am

Ballroom E

Future Technologies for Family Caregiving

Millions of Americans are involved in providing care for family members or friends, and they represent a vital but often overlooked component of the health care system. To date technology has played a relatively minor role in supporting their activities, but that may change in the near future. This workshop will build on the findings of a recent expert roundtable on family caregiving & technology. Participants will hear about powerful new technologies for tracking and managing health, and engage in an interactive exercise to design future technology-based solutions.

10:45am

Ballroom E

Easing the Burden: Connected Caregiving Tools

This session will follow and build upon "Future Technologies for Family Caregiving". After discussing and hearing about the need for caregiving technologies, participants will get to see those tools in action. From task coordination to non-invasive remote monitoring, supporting the circle of care to incentivizing caregiving tasks, this session highlights the breadth of innovation around supporting caregivers today.

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.

Traction requires an additional fee on top of the regular Health 2.0 ticket.

8:00 - Introductions and Championship Rules
8:15 - The Corporate Investor Perspective Panel
8:40 - Finalists Pitch - Provider Group
9:30 - The Equity Analyst Perspective Panel
10:00 - Coffee Break
10:45 - Finalists Pitch - Consumer Group

11:35 PM - Winner Announcement!

8:00am

203 - 204

Patient Engagement and 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 the expansion of health insurance coverage. Millions of people now have greater access to the health care system, a majority of whom were previously uninsured.

The session will feature 3 key activities:
- Demos of digital health products for medically underserved populations
- Panel discussion on effective strategies and key considerations for patient engagement from the perspectives of a founder, primary care provider, investor, specialty care provider, and a policy expert.
- Interactive discussion where teams participants at each table will have the opportunity to workshop methods and solutions to integrate patient engagement into product development.

8:00am

209 - 210

Mad*Pow

Beyond Gamification: Designing Behavior Change Games

Facilitated by Dustin DiTommaso of Mad*Pow: Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn the mechanics of clinically tested behavior change interventions, as well as 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 this 4.5 hour session, resulting in a scalable framework and process for designing playful and practical behavior change games.

This popular workshop sold out last year, so don't miss out and register now!

Note: This session requires an add-on ticket

11:00am

Ballroom H

Lunch and Learn: Riding the Wellness Wave into the Mainstream: Insights and Innovations

What better way to kick off a great conference than with a VIP networking lunch and symposium to take a deeper look into the overflow of opportunities and innovations in wellness. Wellness Layers, SeeChange Health Solutions, Accenture, and Aon Hewitt will share their findings and take questions on trending solutions, what to expect in 2015, how to best solve for return on investment, and how to “own” wellness in your market.

Note: Space is limited so make sure you reserve your seat today!

12:00pm

Ballroom C

SilverLink

Lunch and Learn: Revolutionizing Engagement: Conquering the Chaos of Member Communications

Moderated by Joel Radford

Improve health outcomes, reduce costs, and increase member satisfaction. That’s the pressure being put on health plans today in a post-reform era. The key to achieving all three is winning member trust and loyalty and to do that, health plans need to start with a targeted and impactful communications strategy that will drive sustained engagement. Join us for this session and learn how leveraging technology and implementing new processes can conquer the complexity and chaos of member communications. The result is a better member experience, better outcomes, and more efficient operations.

12:00pm

Ballroom D

Allscripts

Lunch and Learn: Introduction to the Allscripts Open APIs

Moderated by Stanley Crane - Allscripts

This informative session will introduce attendees to Allscripts uniquely open APIs. Allscripts is a major EHR provider for more than 180,000 physicians and 1,500 hospitals across the U.S. It’s never been easier to integrate with Allscripts. Allscripts will provide an introduction to its’ open APIs, demonstrate sample code, and answer any questions you have about joining the Allscripts Developer Program and partnering with Allscripts to sell your apps to the largest client base in health care IT. We currently have more than 100 development partners and more than 80 certified applications on the Allscripts Application Store for sale today. We’ll also show you a preview of our emerging Developer Portal that is unlike anything else in the healthcare IT industry.

12:00pm

Grand Ballroom E

Lunch and 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 15 Dutch startups: Applied Radar Technology, ConnectedCare, eHealth Company, Enwake, InmoteMT, IPPZ, IQMessenger, MedicineMen, NewHealth Collective, PxHealthcare, SenseOS, Skinvision, Synappz, Thysia, and Winbase.

Monday, September 22, 2014

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

Patients as Partners Across the Clinical Spectrum

Donna frames professional patient advocacy within the framework of her own personal experience as a liver transplant recipient.

Joselin has a rare disease of the liver and shares her journey to stop this illness in only its' fourth generation.

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.

4:00pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Coffee Break

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

4:00pm

Ballroom F - G

Cigna
Moderated by Michael Sturmer - Cigna

Join us as we discuss opportunities to connect across the health ecosystem to empower consumers to establish and progress in their personal health pursuits. We’ll explore the changing health landscape, discuss the consumer health journey today and in the future, and highlight how, through connected care, we can accelerate the impact of engagement solutions and re-imagine how we deliver health benefits to a new empowered consumer.

5:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Kathy Hempstead, Director of Coverage at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announces the Phase 1 winner of the RWJF Plan Choice Challenge. The winner of this challenge will demo their tool for allowing consumers to compare health insurance exchange plans based on all cost-sharing features.

5:50pm

Mission City Ballroom

In Conversation With... Young Sohn

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

Samsung President and Chief Strategy Officer, Young Sohn will talk about how Samsung came to launch a large-scale initiative in digital health and the company’s plan to open hardware and software platforms that aim to accelerate the development of advanced sensors, algorithms, and data collection and analysis.

6:05pm

Mission City Ballroom

Pilot Health Tech NYC 2014

Pilot Health Tech NYC and the New York City Economic Development Corporation recently announced the winners of the second year of the program which awarded $1M to 11 pilot projects. Two of the winners will demo their winning technologies.

6:10pm

Mission City Ballroom

6:30pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Cocktail Reception

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

7:30pm

Theater

Film Fest, featuring Hidden Pictures

Think mental health is left out of the health tech discussions? Join FastForward Health as they feature Hidden Pictures, a story about global mental health, followed by a vibrant discussion about innovations in tech to bring mental health to the forefront. FastForward Health spreads health innovations from around the world through the power of film and thought-provoking speakers.

Admission is free with your Health 2.0 badge. Sign-up here.

7:30pm

Patio

VIP Reception

Exclusive event for Speakers and Sponsors.

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 Wearables Runway bringing together health technology and wearables on one stage for the first time at Health 2.0.

9:55am

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

PCORI Matchmaking App Challenge: Orlando Gonzales, Chief of Staff for Engagement and Bill Silberg, Director of Communications at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will be announcing the winner of the PCORI Matchmaking App challenge to connect researchers and patients for partnership in patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR). The winner will demo how their app matches patients and facilitates the PCOR process.

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

Moderated by Aaron Brown - Google Health

A new trend is emerging in which market-leading U.S. payers are utilizing the advanced EMR-to-EMR integration technologies that have been funded by the international Health Information Exchange (HIE) movement to “stand up” payer-specific clinical integration networks. They are integrating these clinical integration networks with real-time payer-provider transaction systems to ensure that clinical information is connected to well-established reimbursement workflows. The resulting hybrid applications—such as an HIE-enriched Referral and Authorization application—ensure that clinical adoption is tied directly to value-based reimbursement, is patient-specific, and represents the most current administrative and clinical information. This Deep Dive will examine the architecture of the payer-sponsored clinical integration network and the opportunities it opens for HIT entrepreneurs.

Speaker

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

Connecting the Dots: Tools for Connected Care Teams

Moderated by Drew Schiller - Validic

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 across varied care settings.

11:00am

Ballroom B

Continued Care: Platforms for Patient-Provider Communication

Moderated by Pat Salber - Health Tech Hatch

Matthew 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 channels for enhanced and meaningful communication between providers and their patients.

11:00am

Ballroom C

Big Data Analytics for Population Health

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.

11:00am

Ballroom D

Patient Communities Driving Health Care Enterprise

Moderated by Mary Cain - HT3

This breakout brings together 5 companies focused on ending the isolation so many experience alongside illness. These online patient communities use layers of data analytics to draw together patients with similar conditions, which in turn creates not only new friendships, but also the space to discuss and find alternative drug and treatment information.

11:00am

Ballroom E

Moderated by Eugene Borukhovich - SoftServe

Prescription for change: How to sustain innovation in your organization followed by a panel discussion: Health 2.0 is all about health care innovation and driving change in this complex system. Do you feel like you are constantly rolling a big rock up the hill when working with colleagues to bring fresh ideas and concepts to life and improve patient care? In this high-powered, educational and entertaining session Neil Fox, CTO and Eugene Borukhovich, VP Healthcare will talk about the “prescription for sustainable health care innovation in your organization.

11:00am

Ballroom H

Pokitdok

The New Rules for the Business of Health: A platform approach to real-time personalized consumer experiences, including e-commerce, telemedicine and patient engagement. Providence, the American Medical Association, MDLive, and Cliniq.ly (L11) talk about how tapping into big data, claims eligibility, and e-commerce features via PokitDok API helps them innovate and save money.

11:00am

203 - 204

At Your Digital Door: Interfaces for Customized Care

Moderated by Sunil Maulik - SunilM1

Increasingly digital tools are engaging and interacting with our health in 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.

11:00am

Global Market Insights

Moderated by Jetta DeNend - U.S. Department of Commerce, San Francisco

Does your business strategy include going global but you don’t know where to start? Are you already international but want to break into new markets? Gain first-hand market information from health care experts at the U.S. Embassies in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria, France, Australia, China, and Kuwait. Learn about EU regulations in mHealth! 5-minute presentations will provide a snapshot of each health care system. Who are the players? Who are the payers? What technologies are needed? Meet the specialists after the program to have your questions answered.

Speakers

Yousif Almahdi
U.S. Commercial Service Kuwait, Embassy of the USA
Monique Roos
U.S. Commercial Service Australia, U.S. Consulate General (AUS)
Susana Getman
U.S. Mission to the European Union
Alain Levy
U.S. Commercial Service France, US Embassy of the USA
September Secrist
U.S. Commercial Service, USA
Sabina Kroigaard
U.S. Commercial Service Denmark, Embassy of the USA
Catharina Kronstorm
U.S. Commercial Service Sweden, Embassy of the USA
Katie Janhunen
U.S. Commercial Service Finland, Embassy of the USA
Yang Ming
U.S. Embassy Beijing, China

12:00pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Lunch

Grab one of our signature healthy lunches while you meet and mingle with attendees, or catch a special Deep Dive from Iron Yard.

12:00pm

Ballroom F - G

Nine top startups from around the world were chosen for The Iron Yard’s Digital Health Accelerator this summer. The cohort includes a clinically tested stroke rehab product, a behavioral health marketplace, a mobile application for clinical trial analytics, a gamification of corporate wellness, and many other exciting products. Each company CEO will launch their products to the world at Health 2.0.

12:45pm

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.

12:45pm

Ballroom A

Provider Tools for Smarter Care and Improved Workflow

As physician 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.

12:45pm

Ballroom B

Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps

Moderated by Alan Greene - drgreene.com

The applications leading this breakout remind us that the ability to improve our physical and mental health is literally in our hands! Covering everything from exercise to sleep to mental positivity, these tools approach health by understanding and capturing data as it relates to the whole body.

12:45pm

Ballroom C

The New Landscape for Digital Diagnosis

Moderated by Nirav Desai - Mobiquity, Inc.

By showcasing tools for providers and consumers, this breakout demonstrates the new ways in which both communities are reaching the proper diagnosis. By leveraging capabilities from our smartphones and tablets, these tools capture the future of diagnosis as it happens both in-home and at the hospital.

12:45pm

Ballroom D

Free the Data: Tools for Consumer Access and Ownership

The 5 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.

12:45pm

Ballroom E

12:45pm

Ballroom H

12:45pm

203 - 204

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

With more money invested in private venture rounds in the first half of 2014 than in all of 2013, what the heck is going on? What are the factors driving money to health IT now when you couldn’t give those deals away 5 years ago?

12:45pm

206

Storytelling for Entrepreneurs: Perfect Pitch

Moderated by Margaret Cary - Margaret Carey

What is it about compelling films that makes us feel, rather than think? Why do we better remember the message of the fox and the grapes by hearing the story rather than merely the message, “envious disparagement of others”? Our brains are wired for story. Effective presentation skills and storytelling induce your customers to lean forward or to listen rather than focus on their email. Join us for a highly-interactive facilitated demonstration to learn how to connect with your audience through story.

The first three members of the audience to indicate they’d like to present their story will be coached by the instructor on technique and content.

12:45pm

207

Why You Can't Afford to Ignore Privacy and Security

This session will focus on the general privacy and security requirements for health information, who regulates what, and what the consequences can be from a regulatory and business perspective if something goes wrong.

Speaker

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.

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.

3:20pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

Coffee Break

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

3:20pm

Ballroom F - G

A New Look At Japan’s Market And The Innovation To Come

Explore the demystified environment of Japan’s healthcare IT market that has now made the barriers to entry for US businesses a thing of the past. Here you have a firsthand account from a public company, MedPeer, whose user base of 70,000 physicians are eagerly awaiting for US technologies and services. In addition, sit back, relax, and listen to GCC’s achievements involving the creation of a collaborative R&D platform provided by local governments, and innovative companies with promising technologies. Please join JETRO’s sponsored session to find your new frontier in Japan.

Speakers

John Norris
Norris Capital, Inc
Sumio Takeichi
Global Collaborative Center for Food, Drug and Devices (Japan)

4:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Technology for Cystic Fibrosis Transitions Challenge: For the first time in history, the majority of people with Cystic Fibrosis are over the age of 18! Vertex Pharmaceuticals is announcing the finalists from their challenge to help people with CF manage the transitions in their lives.

4:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

The Unmentionables

Moderated by Alexandra Drane - Eliza Corporation and EngageWithGrace.org

In the past five years of the ever-popular Unmentionables panel at we’ve covered sex, divorce, relationships, sleep, caregiving, money, suicide, stress, poverty, and end of life issues - all of which can be classified as either Buffers or Magnifiers that deeply affect our health but aren't often integrated into traditional care delivery... yet.

5:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement: Code-a-thon

Developers, designers, health care professionals, biz dev, and entrepreneurs joined forces for 2 days of rapid creative health-hacking to develop new applications for Allscripts, BetterDoctor and PokitDok. Winners will be announced and will demo their submission.

6:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

6:30pm

Exhibit Hall A - B

athenahealth

Cocktail Reception

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

7:30pm

Theater

Cowboys vs Aliens? Doctors vs Algorithms? The what and the when in the future of data, doctors and patient care

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Q&A with Vinod Khosla, followed by discussion with Jordan Shlain and David Shaywitz

A special post Health 2.0 evening discussion with lots of audience participation & adult refreshments.

This event requires an additional fee on top of the regular Health 2.0 ticket. Register here.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

7:00am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Breakfast

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Welcome to Health 2.0: Day 3

8:15am

Mission City Ballroom

Validic

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 clinical research to new arenas. Highlights will include genomics, non-invasive diagnosis tools, and integrated data collection are uncovering new discoveries, promoting personalized medicine and new care protocols.

9:30am

Mission City Ballroom

KEYNOTE: Bernard J. Tyson

Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, addresses the Health 2.0 audience for the first time to discuss how Kaiser continues to offer patient-centered care at scale.

9:45am

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

New York State Health Innovation Challenge: Capitalizing on the great open data initiatives in New York State for health care, the New York State Department of Health will announce the winner of their latest developer challenge to improve health care decision-making.

9:55am

Exhibit Hall A - B

Coffee Break

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

9:55am

Ballroom F - G

Agile Innovation for Consumer-Centric Care: With the use of personal technology we are ever-connected to information across devices and locations. While seamlessly integrated into day to day life, connected technologies are still evolving in the health care space. Consumers are beginning to expect the same level of service and cost information when it comes to their health. Join Yasmine Winkler, Chief Product and Innovation Officer, UnitedHealthcare, as she examines the opportunities, challenges, and the changing face of how traditional consumer technology services are beginning to impact individuals, physicians, and the health care system at large.

10:40am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS: 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.

10:40am

Ballroom A

Predictive Analytics for Hospitals

Moderated by Steve Brady - MobileSmith

Hospitals, like a machine, need to be well oiled to run properly. While our comparison may be a bit... crude... we’ve seen 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.

10:40am

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 facet of our lives. Worn from our heads to our toes, and even in our homes, these devices are capturing data related to anything and everything from sleep to chronic illness to sun exposure.

10:40am

Ballroom C

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.

10:40am

Ballroom D

Shopping 2.0: Physician and Pricing Search

Moderated by Alan Pitt - VHC Healthcare

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, but also the right price.

10:40am

Ballroom E

ELiza

The Journey to Health Engagement Excellence: In light of the rapidly changing consumer-centric health care system, health care conversations must now be personalized. This requires a holistic view of the consumer and the ability to engage them in ways that drive desired behaviors via different communication channels. This panel will offer unique visibility into microtargeting and communication design strategies that drive consumer engagement, resulting in measurable, positive top- and bottom-line financial outcomes -- and most importantly, improved consumer health.

10:40am

Ballroom H

Recalculating Route: Navigating Today's Insurance Landscape
In today's ever-changing insurance landscape, how does one overcome the challenges of verifying an individual’s coverage while maintaining compliance? How is it possible to ensure the accuracy and availability of coverage information? What are the short and long term ramifications of the ACA as it relates to eVerification technology? Join ezVerify as they explore these issues and delve into the technology that stands to meet these new challenges.

11:45am

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!

1:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

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 and care delivery will be customized to the patient via genomics, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other sensors.

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

The Palo Alto Medical Foundation will present the 5 finalists of their 2014 Developer Challenge to support aging communities with technology.

2:05pm

Ballroom F - G

We are experiencing the biggest transformation in health care ever. Technology plays a significant role as an enabler of that transformation but will not drive it alone - caregivers and patients also play a role. When predicting the future of mHealth, one must look at the challenges around the growing ACA-enabled population along with the shortage of caregivers. The impact of adding more patients and more data to a limited number of caregivers will require more data aggregation, bigger data analytics tools, and connected mobile technology. In this session AirStrip will announce a number of initiatives combining the power of analytics and the user experience of AirStrip’s Native Mobile applications.

2:50pm

Ballroom F - G

ONC TownHall

The ONC TownHall is an open forum hosted by the leaders at the Office of the National Coordinator. Get face time with policy leaders as they discuss the developmental approaches necessary for an overhaul of the health IT framework in order to promote innovation and patient safety. Come share your questions and learn how you can participate in future discussions.

3:45pm

Ballroom F - G

Data Driving Healthy Communities

On the heels of a successful Healthy Communities Data Summit we are bringing Public Health to the Health 2.0 Fall Conference. This session is where policy leaders from across the nation will present case studies and discuss how they are leveraging data resources to build a stronger infrastructure of health in their local communities.

4:45pm

Ballroom F - G

Conference Wrap-up

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

*Our room block at the Hyatt is now full*, but please consider these great options nearby: Hilton Santa ClaraEmbassy Suites Santa ClaraBiltomore Hotel and Suites.

5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara
CA
95054
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