Health 2.0 Fall Conference 2013

For our Seventh Annual Fall Conference in 2013 we expanded to two and a half days packed with a carefully curated lineup featuring the role of consumersbig datahealth care marketplaces, as well as old favorites like the Unmentionables, 3 CEOs, and the debut of 10 new companies during Launch! We also had a keynote from Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom.

Not your typical stodgy conference, Health 2.0 brings a fresh approach to the space. As a leader in showcasing cutting-edge innovation that’s transforming health and health care, we bring together the best minds, resources and technology for compelling panels, discussions and product demonstrations.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

9:00am

Room 203-204

Health 2.0 EDU

Health 2.0 EDU has collaborated with top universities, University of Michigan and Claremont Graduate University, as well as Health 2.0′s world wide network of health information technology experts, to curate an exciting day of focused workshops aimed at those who seek deeper immersion in the core topics affecting health care today.

Space is limited to 95 students. Learn more and register here.

1:00pm

Grand Ballroom G

Pre-Conference: Doctors 2.0

This popular pre-conference session is back again for the third year in a row and features the best tools, apps and programs for physician workflow, care transitions, as well as quality and safety. This pre-conference now offers CME credit, too!

2:00pm

Grand Ballroom H

Pre-Conference: Patients 2.0

The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine. This year the event will focus on enhancing the relationship between patient and physician through the Patient-Provider Tango.

This session and the entire conference are free to qualifying patients (consultants, those running a tech startup, or representatives of a health care organization are welcome, but don't qualify under the free-for-patients rate). Please see the sign-up form for details.

Monday, September 30, 2013

8:00am

Hospital Innovation Roundtable

The technology landscape for health care providers is rapidly changing and it is hard to keep up. That’s why Health 2.0 is hosting a one of a kind event that will gather executives from the most innovative provider groups to foster debate and spark the exchange of ideas about how their institutions create and utilize cutting-edge technologies to tackle complex health care issues. The two official topics for the roundtable include: a) Innovation and the Hospital: Spurring Innovation from Within and Outside and b) Rubber Meets the Road: New Tools for New Care Teams.

*While the event is invite-only, interested participants who work in leadership roles at provider organizations should email hemali@health2con.com to request an invite.

8:30am

Grand Ballroom F

Health 2.0 - A Global Perspective

Curious about innovations in health technology outside of the USA? Want to understand the investment opportunities in Emerging Markets? Exploring new markets for your startup?

In this pre-conference workshop, hosted by Maneesh Juneja, Health 2.0 Chapter Leader and TEDx speaker, you will be taken on a tour of what's happening outside of the USA in the Health 2.0 arena. Includes time to network with others who are also looking at opportunities across the globe. This event is not included with standard admission and tickets are limited, book now!

9:00am

Room 205

Mad*Pow

Beyond Gamification: Designing Behavior Change Games

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.

Learn more and register here

9:00am

Grand Ballroom E

Health 2.0 Survey Session

Health 2.0 companies like Eliza, SoloHealth, Cientis present and discuss results of various surveys including BlueButton use, clinician usage of EMRs, device data and more.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom E

Pokitok

Employers 2.0

This session is back for it's third 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 time we're diving deep into two of the biggest trends in employee wellness: Purchasing and Population Management and Wellness Programs and Incentive Tools. This event is free to employers!

10:30am

Grand Ballroom AB

DC to VC 2013: Health IT Startup Showcase

A partnership between Health 2.0 & Moregenthaler Ventures, DCtoVC is the culmination of a nationwide contest to find the best venture-backable startup ideas in health IT. Finalists will present their startup ideas on stage to a packed room of health IT professionals, government officials, Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors in a format modeled after the TV show, The Voice. Register now

11:00am

Grand Ballroom F

Open Roundtable: Digital Health and the Underserved

Moderated by Urmimala Sarkar - UCSF

ZeroDivide will host a panel discussion session on the challenges and market opportunities in developing, adopting, and sustaining eHealth solutions that address the needs of the Medicaid population, as well as the historically uninsured. As the nation prepares for the opening of state and federally-run health insurance exchanges, health care providers and tech innovators need to prepare to serve more people with greater diversity of health needs than ever before. This session will include an expert panel of funders, entrepreneurs, purchasers, and providers who bring unique perspectives on the health technology needs of this population and valuable insights on opportunities for growth and development among various stakeholders in the health technology arena. Join us for a thought provoking, interactive discussion of the things we don’t mention enough – the groups that hard to reach, hard to serve, and hard to connect.

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Mainstage Welcome and Opening

An opening presentation from Health 2.0 founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt.

2:30pm

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Gavin Newsom

Keynote from California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom will address how public policy impacts health care.

2:50pm

Mission City Ballroom

Validic

The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions

From self tracking to personalized medicine - consumers are taking their health care into their own hands more and more everyday. How can we connect the dots and integrate consumer data into the clinical setting allowing for the best health care decisions possible? What are the obstacles and opportunities for this integration? We'll cover this and more and set the stage for the next two days.

4:05pm

Developer Challenge Announcement

New York City’s Health Tech Revolution
Learn how the New York City Economic Development Corporation is shaking up the NYC health tech ecosystem by funding $1M in awards through Pilot Health Tech NYC, a program that helps innovative startups and established health organizations pilot new technologies in healthcare settings.

4:15pm

Exhibit Hall C

Coffee Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

4:20pm

Grand Ballroom AB

Health Dialog

Find A Healthier Version Of You: The Power Of Personalized Health Programs
Imagine having the ability to offer employees health care support programs that were specifically tailored to what each employee cares about most with regard to their visions and aspirations for a healthier future. Even people with the same conditions commonly have very different expectations for their future health. Real change requires enabling people to connect with what inspires them and framing it in meaningful and straightforward ways to them achieve their health goals.

Join Health Dialog as they follow the stories of two people with the same disease but completely different health interests. Through an interactive demonstration you will see how implementing a highly personalized health program that rewards individuals for real change on meaningful outcomes that are aligned with their personal goals can reduce medical costs and increase workplace productivity. Join us and get inspired to make broad changes in the health culture of your organization.

5:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

3 CEOs

3 CEOs are interviewed by top journalists in 15 minute segments about how their companies are transforming, and being transformed by, Health 2.0.

6:00pm

Exhibit Hall C

Reception

Grab a drink and mingle with other attendees during our Cocktail Hour.

7:15pm

Terra Courtyard

VIP Party

An invite only party for our speakers and sponsors - come mingle!

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

7:00am

Exhibit Hall C

Breakfast

7:15am

Grand Ballroom AB

Cigna

Go You Cigna Marketplace - An App Destination for a Great Journey

In this session, learn how Cigna and Socialwellth have co-created a profile
driven Go You Cigna app marketplace to deliver a hyper-connected experience
around apps that are relevant to the user on an individual basis. The
marketplace leverages targeted apps curated on the platform to help new and
existing consumers break through the clutter of over 40,000 healthcare apps
by driving value and improving their balanced living one day at a time.

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

Welcome

8:05am

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Matthew Holt

8:20am

Mission City Ballroom

Keynote: Indu Subaiya

8:35am

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Challenge Winners
Learn about the winners of the two RWJF challenges. The Games to Generate Data Challenge asked developers to build game applications that generate health quality data. The Hospital Price Transparency Challenge asked teams to use recently released CMS hospital price data to build visualizations and apps that can help consumers make better decisions.

8:45am

Mission City Ballroom

SEERhealth

Big Data: Tools and Applications for Individuals

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

It’s safe to say that data is everywhere. From an individual’s physical environment, to the output from their new biometric tracker, all the way down to their genes - individuals are surrounded by millions of data points that can aide better health care decisions. We’ll take a closer look at the data generated by the many tools, devices, and apps that consumers are using, and what it means to unlock and understand it all through the latest data analysis.

10:00am

Exhibit Hall C

Target

Coffee Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

10:05am

Grand Ballroom AB

Janssen Healthcare Innovation

Innovation Think Tank

Dive into the Innovation Think Tank, an interactive session of brainstorming with the Janssen Healthcare Innovation team on how to drive integrated care businesses and enabling technologies forward in our changing healthcare landscape. A panel discussion hosted by JHI team members will introduce how its new business models are providing Care4Today™ in the cardiac rehabilitation, mental health, orthopaedic care and medication adherence spaces. This will be followed up by a dynamic session where breakout groups will brainstorm opportunities to expand and improve these business models, as well as identify ways to address innovation key challenges. A ‘where is the future of innovation?’ brainstorm group will be hosted by Diego Miralles, M.D., Janssen’s Global Head of Innovation. One especially innovative person from each group will present their solution to the audience.

10:30am

Breakout Sessions: Block 1

Catch one of our many parallel breakout sessions, where each topic is packed with great companies showcasing their product in our famous 3.5 minute format and engaging in panel discussion.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom C

An overview of Finnish health IT, gamification, wellness/fitness and bio IT companies including pitches and demos from: Wellness Foundry, Mendor, Laturi Corporation, Health Puzzle, Premia Solutions, RecoApp, EPID Research, Serious Games Finland, CoreFOX, SportSetter, and Relaxbirth.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom D

Improving the Inpatient Experience: Tools for Hospitals

With doctors visits limited to 15 minutes a patient, patient satisfaction is at an all time low. As interaction between practitioner and patient dwindles, rates of readmission rise, producing a costly and cyclical health care problem. This breakout aims to demonstrate the dynamic ways in which companies and individuals are improving the inpatient experience and putting an end to the structural problem of patient dissatisfaction.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom E

Digital Doctors Lounge: Tools for Provider Workflow and Collaboration

Moderated by Gail Gannon - Ensante Consulting

The era of Pen and Paper Medical records is over! As we enter the Digital Doctor’s Lounge, we will be exploring the latest methods in which physicians can engage technology to do everything from reviewing lab results to transcribing notes and comparing drug information. This demo aims to bring the physician out of the dark ages and into an environment supported and assisted by targeted technology.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom F

Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps

Improving your physical and mental health is literally in your hands. With hundreds of trackers and monitoring tools bursting onto the health technology market, we made sure to pick the beautifully designed and effective wellness tools out there. These devices and apps cut through the excuses we have made for ourselves to not be healthier and make a better life possible with the click of a button.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom G

The New Landscape for Digital Diagnosis & Health Management

If the technology industry has taught us anything its that there is no one way to do something correctly. When applying this mentality to medicine, technology innovators began to find new, creative, and cost effective ways of diagnosing patients. Now through video doctors visits, sensors, and more accessible home visits, these technology companies are changing medicine, one diagnosis at a time.

10:30am

Grand Ballroom H

Birds of a Feather: Online Patient Communities

Moderated by Alan Greene - drgreene.com

This breakout brings together 5 companies focused on ending the isolation so often experienced alongside an illness. Through the development of online communities, patients can access new support groups, educational resources, and advice that was never available to them before. In an age of online communities that boost your ego, Health 2.0 is excited to present the online communities that can boost your health and wellness.

10:30am

Room 205

Fard Johnmar ePatient Book Talk

A Health 2.0 World Premiere: 15 Surprising and Non-Obvious Digital Healthcare Trends That Will Define the Connected Consumer of the Future

You've heard about Big Data, wearable computing and Quantified Self. But do you know about Empathetic Interfaces, CareHacking and Augmented Nutrition? These are just three of the surprising and important future consumer health technology trends that will be outlined in a new book, ePatient 2015: 15 Digital Healthcare Trends That Define the Connected Patient of the Future. Packed with original research, compelling commentary and riveting stories, the book is co-authored by Rohit Bhargava, best selling author and strategist, and Fard Johnmar, digital health futurist and researcher.

11:25am

Breakout Sessions: Block 2

Catch one of our many parallel breakout sessions, where each topic is packed with great companies showcasing their product in our famous 3.5 minute format and engaging in panel discussion.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom AB

Moderated by Darren Schulte - Apixio

Risk Assessment and Care Delivery Optimized Using Big Data Analytics

Panel to discuss opportunities for providers and payers to leverage large volumes of clinical and financial data to (1) improve patient risk assessment for value-based contracts and population health initiatives; and (2) achieve personalized care through detailed understanding of optimal care pathways for high value healthcare delivery.

Speakers

Joachim Roski
Booz Allen Hamilton
Buzz Stewart
Sutter Health
Thomas Van Gilder
Anvita Health - Humana

11:25am

Grand Ballroom C

Improving Outcomes Through Adherence

Moderated by Mantosh Dewan - SUNY Upstate

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 did't have time? What if those had been your diabetes medication? Or the day you didn't monitor your health led to further complications? 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.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom D

Searching and Buying in the Marketplace

October 1st marks the first day that not only Covered California marketplace opens but the entire nation’s health care market. As close to 54 Million American citizens become insured, the challenge will be how to make sure these individuals are getting the best, most affordable, care they can. This breakout brings to stage 5 companies making impressive strides in health care equality.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom E

Care Teams for the Community: Patient-Provider Communication

The relationship between patient and provider determines many health outcomes. When communication between these two parties is convoluted or compromised health conditions can worsen dramatically. Through a variety of windows, technology companies are creating new and effective ways for practitioners to better communicate about and with their patients.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom F

Connecting the Dots: Tools for Extended Care Teams

Moderated by Mary Cain - HT3

When doctors and nurses are not available most of our health teams become refocused to our families and community. Just like practitioners, these health coordinators- parents, children, aunts & uncles, friends- need tools to help maintain the health of the patient. Monitors in the home, web platforms that collect and organize health data are enhancing the experience of the extended team and improving the health outcomes of the patient.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom G

The Virtual Couch: Platforms for Online Mental Health

Moderated by Pascal Lardier - Health 2.0

As rates of depression, anxiety, suicide, and other mental health conditions continue to rise, the medical community has done its job to diagnose and prescribe solutions. While this solution is just, the health tech community has gone farther to address the issues through games, personalized online counseling services, and mood tracking. Mental health is experienced differently by everyone which is what makes us so excited to demo these new exciting companies and their products.

11:25am

Grand Ballroom H

Hacking Gamification and Driving Behavior Change

Inspiring behavior change in others can be very hard to do. We all know this because we were all stubborn teenagers at one point. However, there are some companies driving behavior change very effectively. They are using fun and engaging games to bring about enhanced mental attention, improved cancer treatments, and much more.

11:25am

Room 205

Beverley Bryant NHS Orientation

Beverley Bryant, Director of Strategic Systems & Technology for the National Health Service (NHS) shares essential orientation keys for US and international entrepreneurs wishing to work with the NHS.

12:15pm

Exhibit Hall C

Kaiser

Lunch

Grab some lunch in the exhibit hall and explore tables or catch one of our special lunch-time events.

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom C

WorldOne

Online Community’s Role in Improving Global Health
A year after the Sermo acquisition, WorldOne shows how the growing global scale and reach of the combined company, coupled with a re-focus on clinical value, translates to improved patient care around the world. During this session, Worldone will share how key attributes of a true online community make this uniquely possible.

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom D

Machine Learning in Complex Medical Data

In order to design and create medical technology that is efficient and effective it is necessary to understand the data behind the problem. Medical data, by definition is complex as it manifests the so-called five “V’s” of big data: volume, velocity, variety, veracity, and value. This session brings a diverse group of experts together to show how we can make sense of medical big data and use it to enhance our understanding of the health care system

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom E

Population Health: Working with EHealth Exchange to enable Care Coordination

There has been tremendous discussion of the value of shared health information. In this session you will learn how two organizations with national footprints were able to quickly implement the sharing of immunization records through the Ehealth Exchange. This panel will discuss the changing role of care coordination and the impact on population management and public health.

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom G

Infrastructure Behind Health 2.0 Companies

Moderated by Pratik Verma - BlueTalon

What system elements will be required to support the new ecosystem? This panel will go under the hood to explore outreach and messaging speed, processing power and the difference between new and changing data formats including mobile vs. desktop, video, voice, images and examine real-time data analysis.

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom H

Moderator: Jody Holtzman, SVP Thought Leadership, AARP

AARP and Parks Associates forecast that by 2018, 50+ consumers will spend close to $100 billion in health and wellness technology, products and services -- out of pocket! This session will identify and explain the 9 areas of need and opportunity in this space as well as showcase best practices of innovators that have either consciously or serendipitously focused on this "emerging market".

12:15pm

Room 205

Vince Kuraitis Book Talk

Replatforming Healthcare: New Rules for Disruption

The U.S. healthcare system has been built around physical platforms—hospitals, doctors offices, paper as the primary communication tool. Healthcare is being replatformed on digital, virtual platforms — ones on which data and collaborative clinical workflow will be shared to provide optimum care for patients. Vince will also cover eight new rules will guide digital health disruptors.

1:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Henry Ford Innovation Institute HealthTech Challenge Launch
The Henry Ford Innovation Institute (HFII) is looking for the next best solutions that address the root causes of costly inpatient and ED readmissions. In hopes of rapidly commercializing these innovations, HFII will make up to $100K in capital and in-kind investments in the winners of this new challenge competition.

Novartis Thalassemia App Challenge Winners
The Novartis Thalassemia App Challenge asked teams around the world to create bold and innovative apps that would help Thalassemia patients manage their complex disease and treatment. Congrats to the three winners!

1:10pm

Mission City Ballroom

CHCF

Launch!

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 2014 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.

2:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health Care Marketplaces

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

What better day to discuss health care marketplaces than on October 1st, the beginning of marketplace open enrollment! We'll cover both state and federal exchanges, the impact on insurance plans and providers, consumer education, and more.

3:10pm

Coffee Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

3:15pm

Grand Ballroom AB

Navinet
Moderated by Frank Ingari - Navinet

The Healthcare Network is the Platform

Secure adaptable networks are emerging as a critical enabler of healthcare reform. Big Data investments have demonstrated promise, but results are inconclusive and slow in coming. Many believe improvements in cost, quality, and patient experience will require a robust multifunctional network that can help coordinate care across the decentralized, heterogeneous system of payers, agencies, hospitals, labs, specialists, and primary care physicians. This presentation describes a vision of the Healthcare Communications Network, built as a software platform, with multiple communications modalities ranging from real-time intervention to messaging to secure data file transfers. NaviNet, already operating a nationwide communications network, is expanding its offering to become such a platform.

4:00pm

Mission City Ballroom

Unmentionables

Moderated by Alexandra Drane - Eliza Corporation and EngageWithGrace.org

This is the fourth year for the popular Unmentionables panel at Health 2.0, covering topics that aren't discussed in health care. We’ve covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships, sleep, caregiving, money, suicide, work stress, poverty, sex and end of life issues and this year is sure to be just as eye-opening!

5:30pm

Exhibit Hall C

Reception

Grab a drink and mingle with other attendees during our Cocktail Hour.

7:00pm

Grand Ballroom H

Fireside Chat with Lisa Suennen and David Shaywitz, authors of Tech Tonics

Come join Matthew Holt as he interviews Lisa Suennen and David Shaywitz about the digital health marketplace and their new book, Tech Tonics, Can Passionate Entrepreneurs Health Healthcare with Technology. Lisa is a founding partner of Psilos Group and the author of the VentureValkyrie blog; David is a longtime Forbes columnist and industry commentator. Matt, Lisa and David will engage in a conversation about health IT and digital health, where these fields are changing the healthcare system landscape, and where they are not.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

7:15am

Exhibit Hall C

WorldOne

Breakfast

8:00am

Mission City Ballroom

8:15am

Mission City Ballroom

Big Data: Tools and Applications for Transforming Care

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How can data be used in the clinical setting for care transitions, patient-provider communication, workflow transformation and more. What are hospitals doing beyond the EMR to advance health management on a broader level? How are physicians integrating big data and how is that adjusting their work flow?

9:40am

Challenge Announcement from Dignity Health & Box

9:45am

Mission City Ballroom

XPRIZE Foundation

Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE Winners



The Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE is a $2.25 million global competition to accelerate the development of sensors and sensing technology that is smaller, lighter, and capable of capturing true clinical data on a personal level. In the first of two competitions, one Grand Prize Winner and five Distinguished Award Winners will be honored by XPRIZE with cash prizes of more than $1 million. Following the awards ceremony a panel will discuss the impacts of this revolution in personal clinical sensing technology.

Panel Discussion – What does it mean for the clinical to become personal?
The Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE is intent on transforming laboratory grade sensors and tests into devices that are small and light enough to be worn on the body or sense the user’s personal environment. What does all this mean for the future of clinical labs? How will major health systems use all this personalized health data to deliver care? Join us for a stimulating discussion on these impacts after the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE awards ceremony.

10:45am

Exhibit Hall C

Coffee Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

10:50am

Grand Ballroom AB

UnitedHealthcare

Health Ownership: You want me to do what?

Health reform has consumed a lot of the attention for health plans and other members of the health system. While regulations and deployment will remain fluid during the immediate future, a constant remains – to help make care more affordable, it is crucial to help Americans take better care of their health and become more savvy consumers of health care services. This session will provide context regarding our nation’s current health status, as well as examine the steps being taken to deliver a consumer experience that drives true motivation and encourages people to take charge of their health. Through programs that blend technology, financial incentives and even game play, consumers are being asked to improve their health and are becoming empowered like never before.

11:30am

Breakout Sessions: Block 3

Catch one of our many parallel breakout sessions, where each topic is packed with great companies showcasing their product in our famous 3.5 minute format and engaging in panel discussion.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom C

Big Data Tools for Population Health

In order to make the health improvement this country needs, health care professionals will need to start engaging larger populations. These demands tools that can collect and analyze incredibly large data sets. Companies in this demo are making sense of health figures in the millions and making those health fights we once perceived as impossible to grasp, beatable.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom D

Off the Couch and Into Shape: Tools for Physical Fitness

Moderated by Russell Benaroya - EveryMove

Engaging ones personal motivation to work out can be hard! We get it! But the excuses end here. With the tools being demoed in this breakout, the excuses to not be active, will disappear with the extra fat.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom E

Management Tools for Hospitals

Moderated by Alan Pitt - VHC Healthcare

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.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom F

Sexual Health 2.0

Moderated by Deb Levine - YTH

With technology being integrated into almost every aspect of life, finally it finds its place in improving sexual health. By addressing risky behaviors such as unsafe sex, apps and their designers are seeking new ways of limiting STD's and HIV/AIDS. These public health tools are all new to the scene and determined to make sex safer without compromising sexiness.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom G

Tools & Platforms for Research and Clinical Trials

Moderated by Bill Silberg - PCORI

In an age of extensive medical exploration and testing, the number of clinical trials and ongoing research projects have shot through the laboratory roof! Yet this wealth of information has been ineffectively distributed, going unseen in by colleagues and unused by potential patients. This breakout demonstrates how a handful of creative minds are making the clinical data and medical trials of today easily accessible for the medical enhancement of tomorrow.

11:30am

Grand Ballroom H

M&A and Capital Raising Panel

M&A and Capital Raising Panel sponsored by Ziegler

Opportunity to hear best practices from industry experts and executives/founders that have successfully raised capital and/or sold healthcare companies. This panel will explore topics such as: when to approach the market, how to think about valuation, which type of transaction makes sense, upfront preparation to increase success, choosing the right partner, deal structure do’s and don’ts, what to expect during due diligence and life after the transaction. Executives from both sides of the transaction will share critical takeaways for both emerging startups and later stage companies looking to maximize future growth and valuation opportunities.

Ziegler is one of the most active investment banking firms in the healthcare industry offering a broad range of strategic advisory, M&A and capital raising services to innovative and transformative companies. B.C. Ziegler and Company | Member FINRA and SIPC

11:30am

Room 205

DocGraph Data with Fred Trotter

The DocGraph Data sets are the best, (and only) open graph model of how healthcare in the US works. If you are interested in ACO/Hospital/Provider data, this is a session you cannot miss. The latest data sets from the DocGraph project will be discussed.

12:15pm

Exhibit Hall C

CHCF

Lunch

Grab some lunch in the exhibit hall and explore tables or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

12:15pm

Grand Ballroom AB

The Iron Yard
Moderated by Peter Barth - The Iron Yard

10 Startups to Watch

This summer, The Iron Yard chose ten high potential digital health startups from around the world to join their accelerator. The cohort is diverse; from Prime Genomics, an early stage breast cancer screening test that uses only saliva, to Chartspan a fully automated way for mothers to manage their families healthcare records. All are building high impact, disruptive products to improve your health. Today, these ten startups introduce their products to the world at Health 2.0.

1:05pm

Mission City Ballroom

Healthline

Health 2.0 Around the World: Rising Stars

Health 2.0 hosts conferences and chapters across the globe and we want to bring a bit of that back to our flagship event here in the U.S. First, we’ll talk with a few rising stars making big waves that caught our attention.

1:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health 2.0 Around the World: International

Moderated by James Mathews - Health 2.0 India

Featuring innovative companies and individuals helping those in underserved areas, plus the finalists for the 2013 Health 2.0 Developer Challenge World Cup.

2:10pm

Mission City Ballroom

Health 2.0 World Cup Winner

The Health 2.0 Developers World Cup is an international innovation competition to improve the technology supporting our world’s healthcare systems. The first place winning teams from the 2013 global code-a-thon series will be brought together to compete in building the best application for the chance to win prize money and international visibility.

2:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Shire ADHD Challenge Winner
The Shire ADHD Transitions Challenge set out to crowdsource technology driven solutions that aid individuals with ADHD during the transition from adolescence into adulthood. We are excited to announce the winner of the $100,000 first prize!

California HealthCare Foundation Announcement
The California HealthCare Foundation has teamed up with Health 2.0 to run a series of code-a-thons and online challenges to improve health care quality reporting, county health policy making, and patient-mediated health information exchanges. Learn about CHCF’s efforts to promote health IT in CA.

Health 2.0 SF Code-a-thon Winner
Hear from the 1st place winner of this weekend’s Health 2.0 San Francisco code-a-thon, during which teams of developers, designers, entrepreneurs and health professionals gathered for some healthy hacking!

2:30pm

Exhibit Hall C

Coffee Break

Grab coffee, visit the exhibit hall, mingle with fellow attendees or catch a sponsored Deep Dive.

2:35pm

Grand Ballroom AB

From Smartphones to Desktops: The Next Phase of Healthcare Transformation

The future of healthcare mobility is rooted in the ability of clinicians to view vital data from any source across the care continuum in a single user experience. Whether it is a smartphone or tablet on the go, a touchscreen desktop at a central station or in the office, a laptop by the bedside or at home, one consistent dashboard will need to show medical device data in near real-time, along with fully integrated EMR data, PACs images, and many other data sources.

The availability of seamless capabilities that deliver the same user experience regardless of form factor will drive mobile utilization. That will enable clinicians to realize the full value and transformative power of healthcare mobility - providing higher quality, more efficient care, and meeting the growing challenges of a rapidly-evolving healthcare system.

Join AirStrip CEO Alan Portela and Microsoft for a discussion of what’s next for mobility in healthcare, and a demonstration of the tools that will drive the next phase of mHealth transformation.

3:15pm

Mission City Ballroom

Developer Challenge Announcement

Learn how the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge program has energized the digital health landscape by awarding over $5MM in prizes to innovative technologies that solve complex health issues. Winners from the challenges have gone on to win large contracts with non-profits and hospitals, raised funding, and built successful businesses. Questions? Contact us at challenges@health2con.com.

3:20pm

Mission City Ballroom

The Frontier of Health 2.0

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?

4:45pm

Mission City Ballroom

Closing Remarks

5:00pm

Grand Ballroom C-G

Reception

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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