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.
Indu Subaiya is concludes 2 great days at the HxRefactored conference and touches on the reconcurring themes at the conference.
Developer Challenge Manager, Graeme Ossey announces the exciting opportunities for designs and developers to compete to enhance digital health.
The heads of Health 2.0 and Mad*Pow will introduce you to the future of health care design and development.
The first panel of the Europe 2013 conference discusses the relationship between the doctor and the patient, and how this interaction is changing with patients’ growing utilization of self management tools. Complimentary perspectives from a local doctor and a patient, … Continued
Health 2.0 companies have brought in much needed tools to make navigating the Pharma industry easier. With complex databases allowing users greater transparency of drug costs and interactions, as well as new tools for increasing adherence, the world of Pharma … Continued
This session demonstrated how patient centered tools, technologies and design are helping patients take control over their health for better outcomes and communication with providers. Leaders in the patient movement, Maria Gjerpe and Charlie Young addressed the audience with their … Continued
This session invites some of the latest trackers and wearable sensors to demonstrate how enhanced monitoring of the heart rate, steps, and breath can lead to a healthier life.
One of our most popular sessions, Not Your Mother’s Health 2.0, covers those health care issues often ignored due to stigma. This session covers everything from sex, to sleep, to drug use, to stress. Demonstrations from SnoreLab, Breaking Free Online … Continued
To bring about a healthier population, we have to help both the chronic patients manage their medications, and help one another kick our bad habits. Currently the European Union has immensely high costs on patients with multiple health conditions. This … Continued