Designing for Health Care

In an industry focused on fixing issues of its own creation, Amy addressed the question, “how can we ensure a focus on the individual and address their unmet needs?”

Amy Cueva – Keynote – HxRefactored

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.

Tuesday Opening Remarks – HxRefactored

The heads of Health 2.0 and Mad*Pow will introduce you to the future of health care design and development.

HotSeat: Employers 2.0: Wellness Programs and Incentive Tools

Dustin DiTommaso of Mad*Pow introduced HotSeat, a wellness game that focuses on getting you to move at specific points of the day. The short activities are self selected and tailored into a personal schedule to get multiple two minutes workouts into your daily routine.

The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions: Full Session

The new health care environment is continually moving into the hands of the individual consumer.  The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions, co-moderated by Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt, addressed the issues and benefits of the integration of consumer data with clinical experiences.  Ryan Beckland from Validic introduced the session as a sponsor. Speakers included Susannah Fox, Tim Kelsey, Neal Sofian, Jamie Heywood, Amy Cueva, David Whitlinger, and Lygeia Ricciardi.  Demos exemplifying this shift included Dossia, Fitbit, Mana Health, and HealthifyMe.

Interview with Chris Haas

Chris Haas, SVP of Experience Design, Mad*Pow
Chris brought thirteen years of experience in human factors research, user interface design and accessibility in the development of innovative user experience products and programs to Mad*Pow.

Interview with Chris Hass

We talked with Chris Hass, Senior VP User Experience at MadPow, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

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Designing for Health Care

In an industry focused on fixing issues of its own creation, Amy addressed the question, “how can we ensure a focus on the individual and address their unmet needs?”

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Amy Cueva – Keynote – HxRefactored

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.

Tuesday Opening Remarks – HxRefactored

The heads of Health 2.0 and Mad*Pow will introduce you to the future of health care design and development.

HotSeat

HotSeat: Employers 2.0: Wellness Programs and Incentive Tools

Dustin DiTommaso of Mad*Pow introduced HotSeat, a wellness game that focuses on getting you to move at specific points of the day. The short activities are self selected and tailored into a personal schedule to get multiple two minutes workouts into your daily routine.

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The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions: Full Sessio ...

The new health care environment is continually moving into the hands of the individual consumer.  The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions, co-moderated by Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt, addressed the issues and benefits of the integration of consumer data with clinical experiences.  Ryan Beckland from Validic introduced the session as a sponsor. Speakers included Susannah Fox, Tim Kelsey, Neal Sofian, Jamie Heywood, Amy Cueva, David Whitlinger, and Lygeia Ricciardi.  Demos exempl ...
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Interview with Chris Haas

Chris Haas, SVP of Experience Design, Mad*Pow
Chris brought thirteen years of experience in human factors research, user interface design and accessibility in the development of innovative user experience products and programs to Mad*Pow.

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Interview with Chris Hass

We talked with Chris Hass, Senior VP User Experience at MadPow, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.