Jesse shares with us Aetna’s app called CarePass. They are bringing together many partners to integrate fitness data within their platform and have all the information in once place to create an easy access for many users.
Back for a third time at Health 2.0, Mark Bertolini will discuss how his company is leading the pack in transforming itself from an insurance company to health tech services company, while bringing along its partners — both providers and technology companies — and its customers — employees & consumers. Last year they introduced the iNexx professional platform, and in 2012 they are debuting the CarePass consumer platform. Somewhere in the middle of all that, Aetna had time to buy a Health 2.0 favorite, iTriage, and a small health plan called Coventry. We hope for Pete Hudson’s sake that they cost about the same! Mark’s also going to announce the results of the Aetna CarePass Platform and Medication Reminder Developer Challenge.
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.
Meg McCabe, VP of Consumer Marketing and Product, Aetna
Meg McCabe leads Consumer Solutions within Aetna’s new Emerging Businesses Unit, headed by Chuck Saunder. She has been working on consumer strategy for Aetna since 2003 including the launching of a differentiated suite of care management solutions (Aetna Health Connections), Aetna’s first enterprise mobile app, an industry leading PHR, and getting Aetna into social media technologies. Meg has many local connections with stints in corporate strategy at Tufts Health Plan, Boston-based Parthenon Group, and she’s a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wellesley College.
Martha Wofford, VP of Business Development, Consumer Segment, Aetna
Martha Wofford discussed Aetna’s successful experience in Matchpoint meetings at Spring Fling 2012.
Michael Golinkoff, Head of Clinical Specialty Operations, Aetna
Michael runs clinical operations for Aetna Behavioral Health and Active Health and has also developed a comprehensive Aetna-wide program to enhance member engagement with clinical programs. Before joining Aetna in 2005, Michael was at United Behavioral Health as President of the Employer Division and SVP of Product Development. Michael shared how Aetna’s working with small startups like Abilto helped to revolutionize behavioral health services.
We brought back our popular Fireside Chat session from the 2011 San Diego Spring Fling! Each discussion is linked to the next. You’ll get 15 minute bursts of thought provoking, and possibly controversial conversations!
We talked with Kyra Bobinet, Managing Director at Aetna, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.
Mindbloom has teamed with Aetna to help people grow the life they want. Mindbloom offers a fun, simple and effective way for individuals to improve the quality of their life by enabling them to decide what’s important, discover what drives them, and take meaningful action. Users can focus on any areas of life—health, relationships, lifestyle, spirituality, finances, career—even creativity. Come experience Mindbloom Life Game, demo’d by Mindbloom founder Chris Hewett and take a look behind the scenes at Aetna’s unique approach to interactive health initiatives from Aetna’s Head of Member and Consumer Engagement, Dan Brostek. Find out what all the buzz is about, and even get a sneak peek of what’s to come!