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The Judges Have Spoken: Decision Aid Upgrade Design Challenge Winners Announced

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw Learning to clearly and empathetically explain the benefits and tradeoffs of treatment options to patients with advanced cancer is difficult for most … Continue reading

Health 2.0: Exclusive Interview with James Madara, EVP and CEO of the American Medical Association

Dr. James Madara, EVP & CEO of the American Medical Association (AMA), provides perspective on how digital health will be integrated into health care systems. Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman of Health 2.0, had an opportunity to personally chat with Dr. Madara and … Continue reading

Calling Developers to Close the Gap for Veteran’s Health Care

In high hopes of finding a creative solution to close the gap between the conflicts and redundancies present in current healthcare-plans of our respected Veterans, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is sponsoring an improved outcomes contest that calls … Continue reading

PokitDok Introduces Identity Management System for Improved Medical Care Coordination

SAN FRANCISCO, June 18, 2015 – Today at the Digital Health Summer Summit, co-hosted by the Center for Digital Health at UCSF, PokitDok introduced its Identity Management System. Built on the PokitDok Platform, which made its debut nearly a year … Continue reading

Chelsea Clinton, AMA, Walgreens Headline Health 2.0’s 9th Annual Fall Conference

SOURCE Health 2.0, San Francisco, CA – Health 2.0, the largest global conference and innovation community in digital health announces the agenda for The 9th Annual Fall Conference. The event will host over 3000 attendees and more than 150 LIVE … Continue reading

Iron Yard Ventures, the nationally ranked startup accelerator and seed investment program in South Carolina, today announces investments into 9 startup companies for its 5th cohort

The Iron Yard Ventures, a nationally ranked startup accelerator and investment program located in South Carolina, announces their 5th cohort of companies funded in their Digital Health accelerator program. Key highlights: The nine startups receive $20,000 investment, office space at … Continue reading

Big Data: Improving outcomes, lowering costs, increasing patient satisfaction with innovation

In a recent interview with the Health Data Consortium, Dr. Jordan Shlain, founder of HealthLoop, offered some advice to aspiring entrepreneurs looking to break into health care—“Health care is a people business in need of technology, not a technology business … Continue reading

Final Week to Apply to the 2015 NY Digital Health Accelerator

Anticipating many innovative entries, the New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) program has entered its last week of accepting applications – the application deadline is Monday, May 18, 2015. The program will choose up to 10 early- and growth-stage companies … Continue reading

Health Data Consortium: Transformative power of Big Data

In a recent interview with the Health Data Consortium, Dr. Jordan Shlain, founder of HealthLoop, offered some advice to aspiring entrepreneurs looking to break into health care—“Health care is a people business in need of technology, not a technology business … Continue reading

Health 2.0 Europe: Interview with Beth Susanne, startup consultant and presentation coach

Beth Susanne has coached close to a thousand of startups on how to present to investors: “You have about 10 seconds for an investor to decide whether you’re worthwhile to continue to listen to or not. You have to be clear about what … Continue reading

Attention: Calling All NY Health IT Companies!

The New York eHealth Collaborative and the Partnership Fund for New York City are looking for applicants for their next New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) class. This program is an initiative aimed at helping growth-stage digital health companies to … Continue reading

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