Over the past few years, a number of incubators have burst onto the health care scene. It’s not always easy to begin the next start-up, and these programs offer the mentorship and funding needed in health IT today. The influx in these programs has contributed to a shift in the traditional venture capital model. During this session, we talked with leaders of some of the biggest health care incubators out there about this new and exciting landscape in Health 2.0.
Josh Seidman, President, Center for Information Therapy
The Center for Information Therapy advances the practice and science of information therapy – ie how to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time. Bringing search and content together Health 2.0 attendees are helping patients to navigate and identify issues. But how do we track success of health search engines?
Steven Krein, CEO, OrganizedWisdom
OrganizedWisdom has physicians hand select the top options for each health search done online. The average consumer cannot sift through the plethora of health information online, but OrganizedWisdom carefully curates their 200,000 pages to ensure that they contain accurate medical information approved by doctors.
Steven Krein, CEO, OrganizedWisdom | America
Organized Wisdom is an expert-guided community search service, which provides Wisdom Cards on multiple health topics, organizations, doctors and much more. Each Wisdom Card is a series of vetted and selected links to health-related content.Steve always seems to have a new product launch at Health 2.0 Conferences in the US!
Unity Stoakes, Co-Founder & CEO, OrganizedWisdom
OrganizedWisdom was at the first Health 2.0 conference, and has been around ever since. Unity’s on this panel to show how its latest incarnation enables doctors to spread their wisdom across the web. With partner in crime Steve Krein, Unity is also the force behind Start Up Health in New York. This demo was given during the “The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 2)” panel at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.
“The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 2)” panel took place the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.