Inspired by a family health incident that left personal health information scattered and hard to read, Greg founded and developed daVinci.io, a PHR that consolidates existing health records onto the user’s mobile device.
Tina Joros of Allscripts announced the winner of the 2014 San Francisco Code-a-Thon Winner, QueueDr. A platform which aims to fill skipped or missed appointments using SMS text.
Girish demoed the eClinicalWorks patient facing application Healow, a smart phone app that connects the provider and patient in between visits with medication reminders, appointment bookings, and telemedicine.
Lisa Maki, CEO of PokitDok explored how PokitDok empowers consumers to purchase care in new ways through their new partnerships with ACO’s.
Maeve demoed the latest iteration of Castlight, the employer wellness platform that leverages natural language search and interactive educational materials to make it easy for employees to receive the right treatment.
Louis joined Health 2.0 to demo how Kyron analyzes patient data collected by medical facilities and using incredible analytics and machine learning – creates and traces patterns that lead to better health outcomes.
Hari Sundram demoed Predilytics sophisticated analytics software that analyzes de-identified data on over 250 million Americas in order to better understand intent and receptivity to make and engage with the health care system.
Thomas joined Health 2.0 to launch Iodine, which uses data from clinical research and real life experiences to help users make sense of their medications and interactions.
Ash demoed Lumiata’s unique medical graph which enables health care stakeholders, of all size, a window into a patient’s current and future health, risk, care, and cost by leveraging a ‘GPS’-like health navigation system.
Jonathan demoed how Syapse can provide custom decision support for physicians by mining a large patient population’s diagnosis and treatment records.