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.

What do an Oil Rig and a Hospital Have in Common?

As an industry, health care is trying to reinvent itself with significant fuel from its’ consumers, but the reality is that we can learn from other more advanced industries. Originally presented by the Dutch Center for Patient Safety at a recent Health 2.0 Amsterdam event, this topic explored the similarity between a very conservative, but very advanced industry, and the hospital setting. One key lesson that was explored was the insidiousness of human error and how we can overcome this by engaging key stakeholders with a human being at the center.

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

Tim Kelsey opened with a Keynote before Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicked off our data panel. He spoke with experts and showed demos that frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increase access across the spectrum.

SoftServe Session

SoftServe CTO Neil Fox and VP Healthcare, Eugene Borukhovich led Prescription for change: How to sustain innovation in your organization. This session explored how to fill the “prescription for sustainable health care innovation” in your organization.

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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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What do an Oil Rig and a Hospital Have in Common?

As an industry, health care is trying to reinvent itself with significant fuel from its' consumers, but the reality is that we can learn from other more advanced industries. Originally presented by the Dutch Center for Patient Safety at a recent Health 2.0 Amsterdam event, this topic explored the similarity between a very conservative, but very advanced industry, and the hospital setting. One key lesson that was explored was the insidiousness of human error and how ...
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From Big to Smart to Open, Just How We Like Data

Tim Kelsey opened with a Keynote before Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicked off our data panel. He spoke with experts and showed demos that frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increase access across the spectrum.

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SoftServe Session

SoftServe CTO Neil Fox and VP Healthcare, Eugene Borukhovich led Prescription for change: How to sustain innovation in your organization. This session explored how to fill the “prescription for sustainable health care innovation” in your organization.