Todd Huffman is the founder of 3Scan, which is rethinking histopathology by building automated microscopy tools and software for large-scale tissue analysis. 3Scan’s machine images in one day what a human pathologist can image in a year.
Dan Godla is the founder of ThoroughCare and they are rethinking the way patient assessments are performed. Care managers and healthcare professionals can now use a guided-interview style approach to engage their patients more efficiently.
Between being appointed to the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange and co-founding a multiple entrepreneurial ventures, Thompson Aderinkomi has been making serious waves in the Minnesota health care market. He joined the Health 2.0 stage in California to present his most recent start-up RetraceHealth. RetraceHealth facilitates virtual appointments between patient and physician supplemented with calls, text, email and even house calls.
CEO of Kinsa Inder Singh has dedicated his career to managing illnesses. From his work for the Clinton Foundation’s Health Access initiative, where he negotiated drug pricing deals that resulted in millions of people having access to lifesaving drugs, to developing the Kinsa Thermometer. The thermometer plugs directly into your phone and not only takes your temperature but then reports and informs the local community of the illness. Inder is succeeding in making illness visible and treatable.
Milton Chen, CEO of Vsee, made his debut on the Health 2.0 stage with his sleek video telehealth solution that allows physicians to digitally connect with their patients in real time through video chat, EMR screen-sharing, file sharing, and pen annotation.
As well as being a serial entrepreneur, STD Triage Founder & CEO Alexander Borve is also a spine surgeon and PhD student. Somehow he’s managed to fit in living in seven countries and speaking six languages, all while building a cell-phone based STD Triage service. The app is a spin off of his app, iDoc24 and Alex joined the stage to showcase how far STD Triage has come since it’s inception at Health 2.0 Europe 2012. The STD Triage app allows users to send in pictures, symptoms, and demographics to a Doctor and receive a diagnosis, therein keeping privacy and anonymity. The person can then search for information, clinics, or notify other people.
Juliana Chua demonstrated Tinké, a lifestyle sensor that can measure heart rate, blood volume, blood oxygen, and blood saturation through the use of a sensor plugged into your iPhone dock connector and your thumb to give either a fitness scoring or a zen scoring. We think it has a future in primate-ary care. Hey, apes have got thumbs too!
After launching at Health 2.0 in 2011, BreathResearch returned to demo an all-in-one biometric headset that captures pattern acoustics, heart rate, pulse oximetry, barometric pressure and altitude to guide users to both their optimal level of relaxation and their metabolic thresholds for fitness training. Since founding, BreathResearch has pushed the boundaries of what is “health” and to the few who have voiced complaint, founder & CEO Nirinjan Yee cooly responds, “Just take a deep breathe, and relax.”
A sought-after speaker in the digital health market, Catherine brings a rich background and expertise in the digital health and consumer technology markets to the HeartMath team, and the Health 2.0 community. This Fall Catherine focused her demo on HeartMath’s wellness solution for stress, InnerBalance. Inner Balance aims to keep your breathing, heart, and brain in sync through a positive emotion and gives you feedback in real time. While the app does not help your hair grow back or bake you mountains of chocolate chip cookies it is leading the way in helping individuals cope with stress through technology.