From Big to Smart to Open – Just How We Like Data

Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicked off our data panel, speaking with experts whose technology innovation frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increased data access across the spectrum.

From Big to Smart to Open: NorthWest EHealth

Bruce Magill is Head of Business Development at NorthWest EHealth (NWEH), a non-profit partnership between the University of Manchester and the NHS in England. In this demonstration Bruce illustrated how FARSITE can be used as a rapid diffusion tool for the coordination of care by using recent stroke prevention guidance, issued by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), as his starting point. 

From Big to Smart to Open: Humetrix

Humetrix has won multiple awards at Health 2.0 events and is based in San Diego. Founder and CEO, Dr Bettina Experton, is a French-American serial IT entrepreneur. With Chris Burrow, EVP Medical Affairs at Humetrix, she presented SOS QR – www.SOS-QR.com – a smartphone and Watch enabled emergency care app for GPS localization and the immediate retrieval of your emergency record anywhere around the world and in multiple languages.

The World of Eric Topol: High Tech for Everyday Providers – Doctors 2.0

Dr. Eric Topol famously appeared on The Colbert Report in 2013 and essentially gave Colbert a check-up with his high tech tool box of connected devices. More than ever, these types of technologies are available to help doctors deliver more efficient, more connected care both in person and remotely. In this session, we demoed the Health 2.0 high tech tool box with 5 innovative companies!

Infrastructure Behind Health 2.0 Companies Session

What system elements will be required to support the new ecosystem? This panel went under the hood to explore outreach and messaging speed, processing power and the difference between new and changing data formats including mobile vs. desktop, video, voice, images and examine real-time data analysis.

Oracle: Infrastructure Behind Health 2.0 Companies

Brady leads health care strategy for Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit with an emphasis on Enterprise Data Warehouse, Analytics & Health Information Exchange along with supporting Oracle’s patient engagement & mobile health strategies. With over 15 years in the industry he brought his unique perspective to the Health 2.0 stage.

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From Big to Smart to Open – Just How We Like Data

Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicked off our data panel, speaking with experts whose technology innovation frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increased data access across the spectrum.

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From Big to Smart to Open: NorthWest EHealth

Bruce Magill is Head of Business Development at NorthWest EHealth (NWEH), a non-profit partnership between the University of Manchester and the NHS in England. In this demonstration Bruce illustrated how FARSITE can be used as a rapid diffusion tool for the coordination of care by using recent stroke prevention guidance, issued by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), as his starting point. 

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From Big to Smart to Open: Humetrix

Humetrix has won multiple awards at Health 2.0 events and is based in San Diego. Founder and CEO, Dr Bettina Experton, is a French-American serial IT entrepreneur. With Chris Burrow, EVP Medical Affairs at Humetrix, she presented SOS QR – www.SOS-QR.com – a smartphone and Watch enabled emergency care app for GPS localization and the immediate retrieval of your emergency record anywhere around the world and in multiple languages.

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The World of Eric Topol: High Tech for Everyday Providers – ...

Dr. Eric Topol famously appeared on The Colbert Report in 2013 and essentially gave Colbert a check-up with his high tech tool box of connected devices. More than ever, these types of technologies are available to help doctors deliver more efficient, more connected care both in person and remotely. In this session, we demoed the Health 2.0 high tech tool box with 5 innovative companies!

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Infrastructure Behind Health 2.0 Companies Session

What system elements will be required to support the new ecosystem? This panel went under the hood to explore outreach and messaging speed, processing power and the difference between new and changing data formats including mobile vs. desktop, video, voice, images and examine real-time data analysis.

Oracle

Oracle: Infrastructure Behind Health 2.0 Companies

Brady leads health care strategy for Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit with an emphasis on Enterprise Data Warehouse, Analytics & Health Information Exchange along with supporting Oracle’s patient engagement & mobile health strategies. With over 15 years in the industry he brought his unique perspective to the Health 2.0 stage.