Ellen’s research is focused on creating effective behavioral informatics applications that empower people to adopt and maintain healthy behaviors that reduce cancer risk, especially among those with increased risk for cancer and post-treatment cancer survivors. She also works on projects related to … Continued
Bill is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at UC San Diego, with interests in ubiquitous computing, software engineering, and educational technology. He’s a pioneer in the area of software refactoring. He also built ActiveCampus, one of the early mobile location-aware … Continued
A panel discussion of the emerging research practices and findings that can inform Health 2.0 innovations. Some topics to be addressed: How can research work with companies to enhance health outcomes and business success? What do companies see as advantages … Continued
dwellSense, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Project HealthDesign project, is focused on sensing everyday activities in the home to support the self-awareness of changes in cognitive and functional abilities for older adults. Matthew will tell us more about the staggering number or … Continued
MedHelp is a web-based online health community that has big user numbers, big name partners and lots of organic growth with–as John often points out–no bought traffic. In recent years they’ve included trackers for multiple conditions and now have over 4 million … Continued
Katherine’s team at the iN Touch project, another from Project Health Design, has been studying data on obesity and mood disorders in adolescents. One tool they’ve been using as a data aggregator is The Carrot, which debuted at Health 2.0 in 2008.
Bern is Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of HealthCrowd. Formerly double Board Certified in internal medicine and emergency medicine, Bern practiced clinically for 15 years at Yale, Pitt, UCSF and international sites as diverse as Nepal, the Marshall Islands, and the … Continued
A roundtable discussion and audience discussion with companies about data and research use. See demos from companies that heavily use data and hear their first-hand experiences and lessons learned.
David is an ER doctor in Houston, and he’s here to show us the SnapHealth application online where you can review doctors and services to compare costs and receive services that fit your needs by saving some cash on the … Continued
Stanley has a high profile job. He told us that there are thousands of developers at Allscripts but CEO Glen Tullman knows the name of every one of his small team. He’ll be showing us The Wand, a native iPad application that … Continued