The Consumer Aggregators

The Consumer Aggregators are back – Hear the latest from WebMD, Google Health and Microsoft as they discuss their systems for empowering consumers to manage and keep track of their personal health.

The Consumer Aggregators – WebMD

Focusing on the WebMD personal health record, this panel shows us how a sweep of mobile applications is being created to form a stronger continuity of care between physician and patient.

Wellness 2.0 Panel

This panel gives an exposure to six leading edge Health 2.0 companies who are driving new techniques into the health and wellness space. Each presenter only has 3.5 minutes to introduce their product, to give a general overview to some of the breaking-edge technology and ideas that are working to improve general health.

Alexandra Drane in Conversation with Chris Rauber

Alexandra Drane (Eliza) is interviewed by Chis Rauber (San Francisco Business Times)

Eliza has been around for 10 years, providing large consumers with the technology to make automated phone calls to consumers. Chris Rauber interviews Alexandra about the types of clients Eliza works with, and how they customize their technology to link people to the vast infrastructures that exist.

Adam Bosworth Interviewed by Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr)

3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years in tech he debuted KEAS, devoting his future to transforming healthcare for consumers. Carleen Hawn discusses his career change and future goals in the healthcare industry.

 

 

Deep Dive – Doctations

Matthew Holt, Co-Founder of Health 2.0, introduces this panel introducing Doctations (a network connecting doctors and patients). Lou Cournacchia, M.D. at Doctations began this project as a means for solving the day to day problems for private practitioners in this country.

Search – Delivering Health Information to Consumers

Josh Seidman, President, Center for Information Therapy

The Center for Information Therapy advances the practice and science of information therapy – ie how to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time. Bringing search and content together Health 2.0 attendees are helping patients to navigate and identify issues. But how do we track success of health search engines?

Deep Dive – American Well

Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well

What is online care? And how is it already being deployed in the market across the nation? In this panel we hear what the predicted future of online health care is.

Adam Bosworth in Conversation with Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth, the CEO of KEAS, is interviewed by Carleen Hawn of HealthSpottr. After a successful career in technology, Adam talks to Carleen about what brought him to healthcare.

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The Consumer Aggregators

The Consumer Aggregators are back – Hear the latest from WebMD, Google Health and Microsoft as they discuss their systems for empowering consumers to manage and keep track of their personal health.

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The Consumer Aggregators – WebMD

Focusing on the WebMD personal health record, this panel shows us how a sweep of mobile applications is being created to form a stronger continuity of care between physician and patient.

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Wellness 2.0 Panel

This panel gives an exposure to six leading edge Health 2.0 companies who are driving new techniques into the health and wellness space. Each presenter only has 3.5 minutes to introduce their product, to give a general overview to some of the breaking-edge technology and ideas that are working to improve general health.

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Alexandra Drane in Conversation with Chris Rauber

Alexandra Drane (Eliza) is interviewed by Chis Rauber (San Francisco Business Times)

Eliza has been around for 10 years, providing large consumers with the technology to make automated phone calls to consumers. Chris Rauber interviews Alexandra about the types of clients Eliza works with, and how they customize their technology to link people to the vast infrastructures that exist.

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Adam Bosworth Interviewed by Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr)

3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years in tech he debuted KEAS, devoting his future to transforming healthcare for consumers. Carleen Hawn discusses his career change and future goals in the healthcare industry.

 

 

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Deep Dive – Doctations

Matthew Holt, Co-Founder of Health 2.0, introduces this panel introducing Doctations (a network connecting doctors and patients). Lou Cournacchia, M.D. at Doctations began this project as a means for solving the day to day problems for private practitioners in this country.

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Search – Delivering Health Information to Consumers

Josh Seidman, President, Center for Information Therapy

The Center for Information Therapy advances the practice and science of information therapy – ie how to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time. Bringing search and content together Health 2.0 attendees are helping patients to navigate and identify issues. But how do we track success of health search engines?

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Deep Dive – American Well

Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well

What is online care? And how is it already being deployed in the market across the nation? In this panel we hear what the predicted future of online health care is.

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Adam Bosworth in Conversation with Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth, the CEO of KEAS, is interviewed by Carleen Hawn of HealthSpottr. After a successful career in technology, Adam talks to Carleen about what brought him to healthcare.