100 Day Challenge winner

Yuri Malina, Swipe Sense
Jaymie Youngquist, Rush University
As winners of the 100 Day Challenge, Yuri and Jaymie discuss their hand sanitation device which increases compliance with sanitation regulations and decreases hospital-acquired infections.

Hello Health – Deep Dive

Steven Ferguson, Patient Management Officer, Hello Health
Shahid Shah, CEO, Netspective
We will show you how practices that have embraced Hello Health’s free EMR-based Patient Management model are getting paid for work that they have typically done without reimbursement.  We will demonstrate how practices are making money above and beyond Meaningful Use to realize top-line revenue gains, and preview future plans to help primary care providers generate further meaningful revenue growth.

Customers

Charles Saunders, Head of Strategic Diversification, Aetna
Thomas Vanderheyden, VP of Emerging Business Group, UnitedHealth Group
Wendy Mayer, VP of Worldwide Innovation, Pfizer
Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente
In a tribute to end the two days of discussions about scaling, partnering, and commercializing Health 2.0, we heard from two of the biggest “post-insurers”, one of the biggest pharma companies, and America’s leading delivery system.

Conference Wrap Up – Day 2

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew and Indu wrapped up the last two days of Spring Fling: Matchpoint in Boston, and offered a sneak peak into San Francisco 2012.

AARP – Launch! Sponsor

Jody Holtzman, Senior Vice President, Thought Leadership
Launch! is our presentation of rapid-fire, back-to-back, 4 minute demos from new buzz-worthy companies that have been hand-selected by our team.  Since the session was introduced back in 2008, we’ve seen over 55 new and innovative companies debut including Unity Medical, TheCarrot, Basis, and Castlight Health, just to name a few.  The winner of Launch! will be invited to demo on the main-stage this fall in San Francisco.

Developer Challenge Breakout session – Intro

Hemali Thakkar, Challenge Manager, Health 2.0
Austin Cohen, Challenge Manager, Health 2.0
Hemali and Austin gave an introduction to the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge and the history of challenges, at the Spring Fling: Matchpoint Boston 2012.

Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase – Jean-Luc Neptune with Farzad Mostashari

Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0
Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
Farzad is the fourth National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS. This was his third time at Health 2.0 including running a Town Hall and being on a panel with Patients last Fall in San Francisco. Most of his day job is taken up with following through on the Meaningful Use EMR and Health Information Exchange rollouts. ONC is also supporting innovation in projects such as Beacons, SHARP and challenges. Farzad talked about the Investing In Innovations challenges program and to showed some of the winners from the program’s first year.

Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase Intro with Indu Subaiya & Jean-Luc Neptune

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0
Since its introduction in 2010, we’ve seen tremendous growth in The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.  Since 2011 Health 2.0 (with our partners at Capitol Consulting Corporation) has been working with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to run the Investing in Innovations (i2) initiative, which offers prize challenges to stimulate innovation in the health IT space.
We have been conducting challenges for many diverse private organizations including Aetna Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Novartis, IMPAQ, BodyMedia, Walgreens and more.

Investors

Margaret Laws, Director, California HealthCare Foundation
Brad Fluegel, Executive-in-Residence, Health Evolution Partners
There is no better time to be in health care, and these are the individuals who are funding innovation in this booming industry.  What does it take to establish a successful company in today’s health care landscape?  We’ve noted a definite shift in the typical investment model; how is that affecting these investors and their decisions?

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100 Day Challenge winner

Yuri Malina, Swipe Sense
Jaymie Youngquist, Rush University
As winners of the 100 Day Challenge, Yuri and Jaymie discuss their hand sanitation device which increases compliance with sanitation regulations and decreases hospital-acquired infections.

hello health

Hello Health – Deep Dive

Steven Ferguson, Patient Management Officer, Hello Health Shahid Shah, CEO, Netspective We will show you how practices that have embraced Hello Health's free EMR-based Patient Management model are getting paid for work that they have typically done without reimbursement.  We will demonstrate how practices are making money above and beyond Meaningful Use to realize top-line revenue gains, and preview future plans to help primary care providers generate further ...
customers

Customers

Charles Saunders, Head of Strategic Diversification, Aetna Thomas Vanderheyden, VP of Emerging Business Group, UnitedHealth Group Wendy Mayer, VP of Worldwide Innovation, Pfizer Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente In a tribute to end the two days of discussions about scaling, partnering, and commercializing Health 2.0, we heard from two of the biggest "post-insurers", one of the biggest pharma com ...
wrapup

Conference Wrap Up – Day 2

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew and Indu wrapped up the last two days of Spring Fling: Matchpoint in Boston, and offered a sneak peak into San Francisco 2012.

aarp

AARP – Launch! Sponsor

Jody Holtzman, Senior Vice President, Thought Leadership Launch! is our presentation of rapid-fire, back-to-back, 4 minute demos from new buzz-worthy companies that have been hand-selected by our team.  Since the session was introduced back in 2008, we've seen over 55 new and innovative companies debut including Unity Medical, TheCarrot, Basis, and Castlight Health, just to name a few.  The winner of Launch! will be invited to demo on the main-stage this fal ...
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Developer Challenge Breakout session – Intro

Hemali Thakkar, Challenge Manager, Health 2.0
Austin Cohen, Challenge Manager, Health 2.0
Hemali and Austin gave an introduction to the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge and the history of challenges, at the Spring Fling: Matchpoint Boston 2012.

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Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase – Jean-Luc Neptune ...

Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0 Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Farzad is the fourth National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS. This was his third time at Health 2.0 including running a Town Hall and being on a panel with Patients last Fall in San Francisco. Most of his day job is taken up with following throug ...
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Developer Challenge Innovation Showcase Intro with Indu Subaiya & ...

Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0 Jean-Luc Neptune, Senior Vice President, Health 2.0 Since its introduction in 2010, we've seen tremendous growth in The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.  Since 2011 Health 2.0 (with our partners at Capitol Consulting Corporation) has been working with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to run the Investing in Innovations (i2) initiative, which offers prize challenges to ...
investors

Investors

Margaret Laws, Director, California HealthCare Foundation Brad Fluegel, Executive-in-Residence, Health Evolution Partners There is no better time to be in health care, and these are the individuals who are funding innovation in this booming industry.  What does it take to establish a successful company in today's health care landscape?  We've noted a definite shift in the typical investment model; how is that affecting these investors and their decisions? < ...