Apixio & Dell: Sponsored Session

Apixio and Dell co-sponsored “Risk Assessment and Care Delivery Optimized Using Big Data Analytics.”  The panel discussed opportunities for providers and payers to leverage large volumes of clinical and financial data to (1) improve patient risk assessment for value-based contracts and population health initiatives; and (2) achieve personalized care through detailed understanding of optimal care pathways for high value healthcare delivery.

Sponsored Track Panel: Power of big data to solve real-world health care challenges

Panel to discuss 1) current and future challenges for health care organizations to leverage data to meet quality and financial objectives, 2) how data-driven insights can be achieved using large-scale computing and modern data mining techniques, 3) real-world use cases for Big Data Analytics.

The Digital Doctors Lounge: Tools for Provider Workflow and Collaboration – Full Session

Jon Michaeli, SVP, Global Community and Marketing at WorldOne Interactive, introduces the panel with a video for DocTango. Michaeli hands the stage over to Jonathan Teich, CMIO and Managing Director of Elsevier, as he continues to moderate this panel of demos that present a variety of tools for improving provider workflow.

The Digital Doctors Lounge: Tools for Provider Workflow and Collaboration – Apixio Demo

Dr Mark Musco, Chief Medical Officer at Muir Medical Group, demos Apixio. Apixio is a cloud based, big data analytics solution that uploads and brings in all the data across your healthcare enterprise creating a useful data product.

EMRs and Clinical Workflow

EMRs and Clinical Workflow is one of the main four topics on hand for discussion at the San Francisco 2011 Health 2.0 conference. The next generation of clinician workflow tools (alright, alright, EMRs!) are lightweight, cloud-based, focused on a variety of unplatforms. They’re also beginning to integrate with a wide variety of add-on modules.

Apixio – Health Chart Searches

Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio

Apixio allows physicians and clinicians to efficiently google patient’s information within a health database. Bob talks about the advantages of this, and how it helps health practitioners streamline their practices.

Interview with Bob Rogers

We talked with Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist at Apixio, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

Apixio – Digitizing Clinical Records

Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio

Apixio is doing something that’s at once a little bit different and totally obvious in the Health 2.0 world. They’ve created a search engine for data in clinical records. You might be surprised to know that it takes an astrophysicist to do that, and yes Bob is one. In this video he demonstrates Apixio’s missino  to improve healthcare by providing instant access to relevant clinical information, anywhere.

Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).

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Apixio & Dell: Sponsored Session

Apixio and Dell co-sponsored “Risk Assessment and Care Delivery Optimized Using Big Data Analytics.”  The panel discussed opportunities for providers and payers to leverage large volumes of clinical and financial data to (1) improve patient risk assessment for value-based contracts and population health initiatives; and (2) achieve personalized care through detailed understanding of optimal care pathways for high value healthcare delivery.

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Sponsored Track Panel: Power of big data to solve real-world heal ...

Panel to discuss 1) current and future challenges for health care organizations to leverage data to meet quality and financial objectives, 2) how data-driven insights can be achieved using large-scale computing and modern data mining techniques, 3) real-world use cases for Big Data Analytics.

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The Digital Doctors Lounge: Tools for Provider Workflow and Colla ...

Jon Michaeli, SVP, Global Community and Marketing at WorldOne Interactive, introduces the panel with a video for DocTango. Michaeli hands the stage over to Jonathan Teich, CMIO and Managing Director of Elsevier, as he continues to moderate this panel of demos that present a variety of tools for improving provider workflow.

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The Digital Doctors Lounge: Tools for Provider Workflow and Colla ...

Dr Mark Musco, Chief Medical Officer at Muir Medical Group, demos Apixio. Apixio is a cloud based, big data analytics solution that uploads and brings in all the data across your healthcare enterprise creating a useful data product.

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EMRs and Clinical Workflow

EMRs and Clinical Workflow is one of the main four topics on hand for discussion at the San Francisco 2011 Health 2.0 conference. The next generation of clinician workflow tools (alright, alright, EMRs!) are lightweight, cloud-based, focused on a variety of unplatforms. They’re also beginning to integrate with a wide variety of add-on modules.

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Apixio – Health Chart Searches

Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio

Apixio allows physicians and clinicians to efficiently google patient’s information within a health database. Bob talks about the advantages of this, and how it helps health practitioners streamline their practices.

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Interview with Bob Rogers

We talked with Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist at Apixio, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

Apixio – Digitizing Clinical Records

Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio

Apixio is doing something that’s at once a little bit different and totally obvious in the Health 2.0 world. They’ve created a search engine for data in clinical records. You might be surprised to know that it takes an astrophysicist to do that, and yes Bob is one. In this video he demonstrates Apixio’s missino  to improve healthcare by providing instant access to relevant clinical information, anywhere.

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Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).