San Francisco Fall 2012
At the 6th Annual Fall Conference we saw the very latest technologies in Health 2.0, and maintained our tradition of hosting leading thinkers and fascinating conversation. New technologies were presented in contextual environments woven around a developing narrative which illustrates the transformation occurring in the space. Change doesn’t come easily and a true, universal transformation requires the analysis, connection and redefinition of categories across all parts of the system. We dove deeper into these issues with topics like big data analysis, personalized medicine, price transparency and keynotes from Health Futurist Joe Flower, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini and famed personal trainer Jillian Michaels. Over two days we progressively illuminated on stage, through mini-environments and discussion, that Health 2.0 is everywhere – it touches how we live, how we eat, how we interact with providers, patients and more. There was lots of media coverage, hundreds of customers, and scores of partners.
Sunday, October 7th: Special Consumer Expo
Sunday, October 7th: Pre-conference Events
Speaker & Sponsor Party
Monday, October 14, 2013
Opening Curtain Raiser
Health 2.0 co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya, kick-off our 6th annual event with an opening keynote that takes a look at the state of play. Also, an introduction to thematic elements covered over the next two days and an update on the Health 2.0 Index - a survey tracking trends and deals in the Health 2.0 space.
Keynotes: Joe Flower & Mark Bertolini
Leading Health Futurist, Joe Flower, will discuss the practical solutions that health care organizations need to implement to deliver health care at half the cost. Joe is a regular columnist who contributes to Hospitals and Health Networks, has spoken at thousands of health care meetings and is the author of a new book Healthcare Beyond Reform: Doing it RIght for Half the Cost.
Aetna CEO, Mark Bertolini will discuss the how his company is leading the pack in a transformation from insurance company to health tech services company, while bringing along its partners -- both providers and technology companies -- and its customers -- employees & consumers. Last year they introduced the iNexx platform and in 2012 they are debuting the CarePass consumer platform, and on our stage will announce the results of the Aetna CarePass Platform and Medication Reminder Developer Challenge.
Platforms for Unplatforms
For years at Health 2.0 we've been describing the mix of applications and devices working together as "unplatforms". In the past few months several major health care technology organizations have announced the launch of platforms and are trying to attract developers and health care technology companies to use them. We'll be explaining and reviewing these platforms with speakers from AT&T, Aetna, Qualcomm and Microsoft.
Keynote: Jillian Michaels
Jillian is the tough-as-nails trainer who has appeared on TV's The Doctors, The Biggest Loser and Losing It With Jillian, but there’s way more to this one woman force of nature than that. She's a fitness expert, life coach, author, blogger, and creator of DVDs and video games. And of course her personalized diet and fitness plans have helped people lose over 1.6 million pounds through her JillianMichaels.com website and mobile app—utilizing innovative tools, gamification tactics and the Apple subscription platform. Jillian is speaking as an expert Life Coach on behalf of Everyday Health, which launched JillianMichaels.com. On EveryDay Health she answers readers health & wellness questions and writes regular advice columns. We are really pumped to have her at Health 2.0 and to hear her keynote about life at the crossroads of health and entertainment.
Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.
Sponsored Deep Dive
Janssen Healthcare Innovation (JHI), an entrepreneurial group within Johnson & Johnson, is launching new healthcare businesses and looking to partner with the hottest companies. We want to hear about your clever ideas that will do any of the following:
- Help consumers manage chronic conditions and improve medication adherence
- Address the recovery process and health maintenance after a significant health event
- Make access to care more convenient with improved connectivity and unique care delivery models
Attendees will have the chance to pitch their business concepts in 90 second speed meetings with JHI leadership in one of the three areas above. The company in each category with the most innovative business idea will get a second meeting to explore potential partnership opportunities.
Demos in Context: A Live Environment Exploring Personal Trackers
A real world simulation exploring the range of personal sensors and trackers from food and fitness to health management.
Developer Challenge Winners: EHR Accessibility Module Challenge, Blue Button Mash-up, and Advisory Board Challenge
Lunch and Breakout Sessions
Grab some lunch in the exhibit hall and explore tables or catch one of our special lunch-time events.
Sponsored Deep Dive: Innovations in Health Care Consumerism
Consumer engagement in health care decision making is more important than ever. Though clinical outcomes in the U.S. haven't improved, the financial burden on individuals has substantially increased as health care costs continue to skyrocket. What innovations today optimize consumer engagement, and which ones will emerge as the next new standards for health care management?
Join nationally-recognized health care and benefits experts from Forrester Research, business coalitions and employers as they discuss innovations in the new era of individual-driven health benefits.
Health 2.0 Developer Challenge
The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge has given away nearly $2 million in prizes to tackle complex healthcare problems through online competitions and live code-a-thons. Our winners have gone on to secure pilot programs, join accelerators, gain customers, and get recognition for their innovative solutions. This session focus on the intersection between innovation competitions and accelerator/incubator programs.
The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup
A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We're bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?
frogTHINK at Health 2.0: The Power of Disruptive Thinking
This stimulating workshop will engage attendees to rethink traditional health care and create new, focused ideas on how to improve it. Participate or audit this dynamic workshop facilitated by the internationally reknown frog design.
Bridges Between Innovators and Hospitals for Care Transition Improvement
Care transitions will be increasingly important for patient care. At the same time, hospitals are undergoing a major transformation and could benefit from innovation that Health 2.0 companies bring to the care transition improvement market. But what do hospitals know about Health 2.0 companies? How do they think about using them? And what do Health 2.0 companies know about making it easy for hospitals to work with them? With support from the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, Health 2.0 Advisors is doing research that will result in two exciting reports and a company database later in 2012. Come and learn more about this market and the upcoming resources
Big Data Meets Real [time] People
The advent of a new analytics for real-time data streams begs the question of how self tracking and sensor data integrate with the wider clinical evidence base and the implications for managing population health.
Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Winner: PAMF linkAges Successful Aging Challenge
Catch one of our parallel breakout sessions, or the sponsored track from Twitter
Sponsored Track Panel: A Healthy Conversation with Twitter
With changes in Health Care policy, a major shift to consumer is occurring. Twitter brings you closer to the people you care about most, in a more intimate and meaningful way. Learn how in this informative break out session with the Twitter Health Care team.
Accelerating Discovery: Tools for Transforming Research
Grab some coffee, check out the exhibit hall, visit with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.
Sponsored Deep Dive: Blueprint Health San Francisco Demo Day
Blueprint Health is one of the leading healthcare accelerators and their summer class has traveled from New York for an exclusive West Coast Demo Day for Health 2.0 attendees. Eight companies that solve problems involving behavior analytics, senior care, medication adherence, hospital readmissions, pharma and medical device marketing will make their west coast launch and demo their solutions for you. Come join us to hear about rising start-ups solving real healthcare problems, that have real business models.
Catch one of our parallel breakout sessions.
Special Session: Town Hall Meeting With The ONC Brain Trust
Developer Challenge Winner: ChildObesity180
Unmentionables: From Getting Down to Moving on
First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren't talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 we highlighted sleep, caregiving, money, suicide and work stress, with demos from Zeo on sleep, Mindbloom on community and mindfulness with GravityEight to bring it all together. This year we'll visit even more unmentionables including an overview of the Vulnerability Index, poverty, sex and end of life issues.
End of day wrap-up
Grab a drink and mingle with other attendees during our Cocktail Hour.
The NikiTiki-Margaritas and the Pina Coco-Ladas may make a return appearance!
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Sponsored Deep Dive: Innovation that Counts - Building a connected healthcare ecosystem to improve access, quality of care and affordability.
The health system is in need of transformative change and this session will present a vision for how innovation can improve the way health care services and information is accessed and utilized to provide a more efficient, effective and satisfying experience for consumers and providers (physicians/hospitals).
Dan Rosenthal, Regional CEO, UnitedHealthcare
Nick Martin, VP Innovation R&D, UnitedHealthcare
Darren Brown, Executive Vice President & Founding Principal, ABD
3 CEOs are interviewed by top journalists in 15 minute segments about how their companies are transforming, and being transformed by, Health 2.0.
Care Delivery Transformed by Technology
Exploring the new technologies that are reconstructing care delivery including ACOs, new physician tools, innovations in payment models, and more.
Grab coffee in the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or and catch a sponsored Deep Dive.
Sponsored Deep Dive: It's About Me: Turning Health Into a First-Person Game
As medicine becomes more technical, we've lost some of the personal touch -- the family doctor who made housecalls and knew every member in the family, the pharmacist who took a minute to chat about what you're eating for breakfast. Even worse, most people are intimidated by the healthcare experience -- and who can blame them? It's hard to ask your doctor smart questions while wearing just a paper garment in a strange room with bad lighting.
How can we bring people back into their health story? With technology. A newer, smarter technology that helps you find people and experts and talk to them privately. A platform that taps into your own motivations, lets you set your health goals, and makes better health a rewarding game. Where you're in charge and you never have to wear a paper gown.
Catch one of our parallel breakout sessions.
Sponsored Track Panel: Power of big data to solve real-world health care challenges
Panel to discuss 1) current and future challenges for health care organizations to leverage data to meet quality and financial objectives, 2) how data-driven insights can be achieved using large-scale computing and modern data mining techniques, 3) real-world use cases for Big Data Analytics.
Demos in Context: Health 2.0 in the Clinical Setting
We'll explore the tools, applications and devices that are stimulating communication between patients and providers to effectively educate patients, save time and increase adherence improving overall health outcomes.
Lunch and Breakout Sessions
Grab some lunch in the exhibit hall and investigate the exhibitors or catch one of our special but brief lunch-time sessions.
Success in Progress
The seven companies who were singled out a successes at this panel last year raised more than $140 million in funding over the past 24 months. Want to know who’s next? Check out this year’s panel of Health 2.0 companies who are building tomorrow’s health market leaders, using novel business models.Albert Santelos (CareCloud), Aamer Ghafar (mHealthCoach), and Bart Foster (SoloHealth) will discuss with us their success to date. And what is yet to come. Marco will try to extract the secret formulas that make these companies stand out from the crowd and reveal Health 2.0 Advisors’ Market Monitor product, which helps you put the success of these companies in (data-rich) context.
A Lunchtime Presentation by Health eVillages
Join Donato Tramuto, Health eVillages founder, for a discussion about Health eVillages and how the power of mHealth is saving lives in remote and underserved communities around the world. Health eVillages is a program of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, and was launched at Health 2.0 one year ago. As part of Health eVillages’ 1-year anniversary, Health eVillages will be collecting used devices (iPhone, iPod, iPad, Android phones and tablets) at Health 2.0 to repurpose and deploy to clinicians without access to modern medical references or tools. Please bring your used device to this breakout session or drop off at the Health 2.0 registration booth, or Physician Interactive booth #37.
Ask the Experts: A Q&A with Health Care Developers
Health care IT is a booming industry and developers are in high demand, so we've curated a panel of individuals to give advice, tell of lessons learned from their own first hand experiences and field questions from the audience (and Twitter!) about what it's like developing for health care; the benefits, the struggles and everything in between.
Not just for developers, this session is great for anyone looking to learn more about the space.
Early Input on a Federal Framework to Promote Safety & Innovation in Health IT
This is an opportunity to help shape the thinking on patient safety and innovation. This will be an open forum with leaders at ONC and FDA as they are beginning to develop approaches for a framework for health IT that promotes safety and innovation. Come share your view and learn how you can participate in future discussions.
Launch! is a series of rapid-fire, back-to-back, 3.5 minute demos from new, buzz-worthy companies making their debut at Health 2.0. At the end, the audience will vote on a winner who will be invited to demo on the 2013 main-stage in San Francisco. Since it’s inception in 2008, Launch! has introduced over 45 new companies and products, including Unity Medical, Remedy Ventures, TheCarrot, and the WSJ’s 2010 top (and not just in health!) start-up company, Castlight Health.
Payment Reform and Transparency: Tools for Financial Management and Decision-making
Big data has transformed the way research is collected and analyzed. We'll illuminate the existing problems of cost transparency and focus on companies that are using big data to tackle cost transparency effectively.
A series of parallel breakout sessions, each diving into a specific topic with demos and discussion.
Grab coffee in the exhibit hall, mingle with your fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.
Sponsored Deep Dive: More Disruption Please – We want to help you grow!
At athenahealth, we want to make health care work as it should. And we firmly believe that demands a massive surge in disruptive innovation. That's why we founded More Disruption Please, a program that brings together inventive, forward-thinking minds to change the status quo in health care.
More Disruption Please connects innovators, entrepreneurs, companies and investors, all dedicated to driving much-needed change in health care.
athenahealth is the nexus for their entrepreneurship, giving participants a "go-to-market in a box" via our cloud-based software ("athenaNet") and integration into medical providers' workflow. Innovators who become part of our platform achieve immediate scale, bringing the benefits of their leading-edge services to a broad population of care givers and patients. Come check our deep dive conversation to learn more!
The Future of Personalized Health
The tools, devices, sensors and other technologies that will be used to collect and monitor health data and customize it to the user. Going forward, how will genomics, robotics and behavior change fit into personalized health?
World Cup & HealthE Habits Code-a-thon Winner Presentation
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
DC to VC
Morgenthaler Ventures and Health 2.0's nationwide contest to find the best venture backable startup companies in health IT. Twelve (12) finalists will pitch their businesses to a room of Venture Capitals and Angel investors. One (1) winner from the Series A contest and one (1) winner from the Seed Stage contest will emerge. Also hear from government officials on the latest policy trends on Health IT impacting the venture landscape. For more information on the agenda for the day and how to attend, please see the official DCtoVC website.
Hilton Union Square (Parc 55 & Hilton room blocks SOLD OUT!)
Please read carefully!
There are multiple hotels within short walking distance of the Hilton, including the Kimpton hotels and the Marriott Marquis.
The conference is taking place at the Hilton Union Square. Our room block at both the Hilton & Parc55 have been effectively sold out!
The San Francisco Hilton is sold out for Saturday 6th and Tuesday 9th. There may still be a few rooms available for Sunday 7th and Monday 8th. To find those you must ONLY put in those dates in the registration system here.
Hilton Union Square
333 O’Farrell Street
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