3 CEOs from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Jeff Arnold (CEO, Sharecar) is interviewed by Elizabeth Coen from CNN, Giovanni Colella (CEO, Castlight Health), is interviewed by Claire Cain Miller from the NYTimes, and John de Souza (CEO, MedHelp) is interviewed by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn from Health Populi .
Funding models for health IT are changing. Incentive systems in mainstream health care may be too—but perhaps not fast enough. Listen to what several veteran technology entrepreneurs and VCs say about what’s needed for new opportunities and hear feedback from a new breed of “investors” as well. Panelists include Don Casey (CEO, West Wireless Health Institute), Esther Dyson (Chairman, EDventure Holdings), Lisa Suennen (Managing Member, Psilos Group), Mitchell Kapor (Founder, Kapor Capital), and Bryan Roberts (Managing General Partner, Venrock Associate).
Come to Spring Fling: Matchpoint Boston (May 14-15) to learn about how incubators and investors are challenging traditional investment models in health IT.
In this panel several speakers discuss issues of motivating patients to take control of their wellness. Gale Wilson Steele ( Founder & CEO, Health Media Syndicat), Joanne Frederick (President and CEO, Cybercis), Susan Lewis (CEO, Chiza), Vinay Gidwaney (CTO and Co-Founder, DailyFeat), and Virginia Gurley (CEO, AuraViv)
Technology is creating a whole new ability for consumers to be picky about their healthcare providers. Here a collection of panelists showcase their products and companies that seek to create a better connection between patients and doctors from the start. Panelists include Eric Peacock (GM, Insider Pages), Alex Fair (CEO, FairCareMD), Corey Quinn, (Founder at MyTherapistMatch), Tara Montgomery (Director, Consumer Reports Health), and Phaedra S. Chrousos (President and Co-founder, HealthLeap)
On this panel a wide collection of medical professionals come together to discuss the latest technology for hospitals, and explain how their companies are seeking to improve efficiency and medical performance. Panelists include Matthew Browning (CEO, YourNurseIsOn.com(, Chris Johnson (Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, Performance Clinical), Terry Douglas (Executive Director, Marketing Strategy, RelayHealth), Rick Leach (Senior Vice President and General Manager, Health Solutions, A.D.A.M), David Beyer (Co-Founder & CEO, Corte), and Alex van Klaveren (CEO, MedicExchange).
In this panel a group of medical professionals from around the world come together to discuss their respective companies, and how health tools and modules differ in various parts of the globe. Panelists include Roberto Ascione (President, Publicis Healthware & Founder, Paginemediche.it), Tosh Wakimaru (General Manager, MedPee), Nathan J. Sigworth (CEO, PharmaSecure), Nandu Madhava (CEO and Founder, mDhi), and Eisuke Suzuki (CEO, Medical Insight).
Brian’s a long time industry analyst and Health 2.0 observer who’s more than dabbled in health reform for many years. Now he’s directly involved in real delivery restructuring with WeCare clinics. Will is an insurance broker who introduced the clinic concept to Transport Workers Local #526. Together they’re going to show the kind of physical and technology changes that can make a big difference in improving outcomes and reducing costs.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Cook Children’s combines a nationally recognized medical center, with more than 35 pediatric physicians offices, hundreds of employed providers, plus home health and more. When Ryan wanted to improve children’s health in Texas—quickly and at a relatively low cost compared to many EMR solutions—he turned to athenahealth and Microsoft Healthvault. In this case study Ryan, with Ed Park, athenahealth’s tech guru (and yes, Todd’s brother), will tell us how moving to a SaaS-based platform has changed the way physicians practice at Cook, and how next they’re going to be making care more accessible to kids everywhere.
Health 2.0 is not just about technology. In this panel we will be showing the latest advances in Health 2.0 tools for clinicians–and how they’re working together–and we’ll also be looking at examples of programs that have incorporated Health 2.0 technology into clinical and business operations. What results have they shown and how have those partnerships begun to reform care delivery?