Health 2.0 Show – February 2012

Health 2.0 and our friends at HCPLive bring you an exciting and packed show to kick off the new year. This episode focuses on innovative tools for physicians including products that transform and aid in everything from scheduling to follow-up. We are joined by four special guests who discuss and demo their products:

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, this weeks Health 2.0 was cut short, but check back next time for demos from the popHealth Tool Developer Challenge winner, a preview of Health 2.0 Spring Fling Matchpoint, and an interview and demo with Alexander Borve, founder and CEO of iDoc24.

Health 2.0 in the Hospital

The “Health 2.0 in the Hospital” panel took place the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

Happtique – Mobile Apps Designed for Medical Professionals

Paul Nerger, Senior Advisor and CTO, Happtique

While we’re on the topic of unusual places for innovation, would you believe a whole new take on the medical app store from the Greater New York Hospital Association? You’d better. Paul shows us Happtique’s marketplace of applications categorized specifically for health care professionals. They also have private labelled versions for health care organizations. This demo was given during the “Health 2.0 in the Hospital” panel at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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Health 2.0 Show – February 2012

Health 2.0 and our friends at HCPLive bring you an exciting and packed show to kick off the new year. This episode focuses on innovative tools for physicians including products that transform and aid in everything from scheduling to follow-up. We are joined by four special guests who discuss and demo their products:
  • Phil Carter, CEO, JiffPad
  • Daniel Kivatinos & Michael Nusim ...
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Health 2.0 in the Hospital

The “Health 2.0 in the Hospital” panel took place the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

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Happtique – Mobile Apps Designed for Medical Professionals

Paul Nerger, Senior Advisor and CTO, Happtique While we’re on the topic of unusual places for innovation, would you believe a whole new take on the medical app store from the Greater New York Hospital Association? You’d better. Paul shows us Happtique’s marketplace of applications categorized specifically for health care professionals. They also have private labelled versions for health care organizations. This demo was given during the "Health 2.0 in the Hospital" pan ...