Editorial

Startups Seeking Series A? Apply to Pitch at Traction at Health 2.0!

Calling all digital health startups! If you are actively seeking Series A funding, then apply to Traction: Health 2.0’s Startup Championship. The deadline for applications is Aug 29th, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Traction has plenty to … Continue reading

Innovate as fast as you can: Announcing Health 2.0 SF Code-A-Thon!

By: Alicia Davis When I first joined my high school track team, the longest I’ve probably ran was in a footrace from my house to the house three doors down. I really wasn’t sure what I was capable of and … Continue reading

The Old World & The New Empire of Enterprise Health IT

Last year at the Fall Conference and more recently when Physicians Interactive acquired MedHelp, we used a series of shape shifting bubbles to illustrate the changing landscape of Health 2.0. Especially now, when so much money (yes – more!) is … Continue reading

What About Big Pharma & Hospitals In The Digital Health Landscape?

By Kim Krueger In a young and volatile digital health world, the relative absence of a pharmaceutical presence could be understood. Slow moving, highly regulated drug companies had reason to wait and see before jumping into the risk of the … Continue reading

Mountain Biking, Hot Tubs, and Breast Cancer

By Indu Subaiya, Edited By Kim Krueger Marin consistently ranks as one of the healthiest counties in the United States. In a national study conducted by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the affluent … Continue reading

Thinking Out Loud About A New Approach To Digital Health Innovation – PART 3

Note To Reader - Today I’m publishing Part 3 of my blog series on digital health innovation.  I published Part 1 and Part 2 of the series recently and will be publishing a fourth “bonus” piece (with the idea I’d like to pursue) early next … Continue reading

Thinking Out Loud About A New Approach To Digital Health Innovation – PART 2

Note To Reader - Today I’m publishing Part 2 of my blog series on digital health innovation. I published Part 1 of the series recently (and was then taken offline by a painful hard drive failure) and will publish the next piece sometime … Continue reading

Parking Tickets, Covered Oregon, and The User Experience

By Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman, Health 2.0 Last week I got a parking ticket due to failing to use the SF parking meter system, but really it wasn’t my fault. I was in a rush, I put my credit card in, … Continue reading

Thinking Out Loud About A New Approach To Digital Health Innovation – PART 1

Note To Reader – As some of you know I recently left Health 2.0 after a great three year run. Over the last few weeks I’ve spent time reflecting on my experiences and thinking about the future of digital health. This piece, … Continue reading

Will eClinicalWorks Win the Race to “Engage” the Patient?

Patient engagement, for better or worse, is one of those buzzwords that won’t be leaving us anytime soon. A whole slew of companies use it to describe their products, platforms, and services, but we’re still knee deep in marketing jargon … Continue reading

The Clintons: Like Mother, Like Daughter

By Kim Krueger & Sophie Park Sports commercial aficionados will know the one: a booming Morgan Freeman-esque voice over frames sports greatness with the metaphor of “lightning striking twice”. The Manning brothers, the Williams sisters…I’m sure the list goes on, … Continue reading

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