Health 2.0 Co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya kick off the 8th Annual Fall Conference with this year’s trends in digital health.
As her keynote address, Indu Subaiya, CEO of Health 2.0 shared what she has learned from her investigation into data sources that support a variety of health disparities around the United States.
Donna Cryer CEO of the Global Liver Institute, positioned professional patient advocacy within the framework of both her own personal experience as a liver transplant recipient and across the clinical spectrum.
Samsung President Young Sohn sat down to discuss how Samsung came to launch a large-scale initiative in digital health and their plan to open hardware and software platforms to accelerate the development of advanced sensors, algorithms, data collection, and analysis.
athenahealth’s CEO, Jonathan Bush discussed not only the role EMRs play in the larger health care ecosystem, but also his new book: Where Does It Hurt?: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Fixing Health Care.
Jacob Reider, Cheif Medical Office at US Department of HHS, leads a panel discussion on the challenges and the future of EMR design featuring major players Cerner, athenahealth, Practice Fusion, and Allscripts.
Matthew and Indu open day 2 of HxRefactored with a keynote on the definition of Health 2.0 and how designers and developers alike fit within the data utility layer.
Howard Zucker currently acts as Commissioner of Health for the State of New York. Howard joins HxRefactored to Keynote on the role of government as a platform for health care innovation, using technology to to promote more patient-centered care.
Amy Cueva is always happy to step up and spread the word about the importance of human-centered design, Amy and her design agency Mad*Pow have partnered with Health 2.0 to host HxRefactored.