Pasi Toytari presented Premia Solutions, which provides a user-friendly, easy, web-based interface for the elder generation.
Health Puzzle representative Nelli Lahteenmaki demonstrated the new mobile health service application, YOU, aimed to turn massive amounts of health data into healthy actions. YOU provides users with health challenges, built on various topics.
Vesa Tornberg of Laturi Corporation demonstrated their new web-based fitness assessment product, Energy Test. Energy Test helps corporate wellness service providers to manage their clients 10 times more efficiently with a variety of fitness tests and assessmentsqw.
Co-Founder and CEO of Wellness Foundry Michael Quarshie demonstrated their app MealLogger. People using MealLogger can upload their meal to get feedback from providers including dietitians, nutritionists, and physical trainers. It can also be used socially to influence others to continue to eat well.
Kristian Ranta, CEO and Co-Founder of Mendor, demonstrated his diabetes solution including a glucose meter, Mendor Discreet, and cloud-based diabetes care platform, Mendor Balanced. He believes the data available from these two tools will revolutionize diabetes treatment.
Justin Jed leads product vision, experience design, and data-analytics strategies at Limeade. He showed Limeade’s newest wellness program, which includes challenge opportunities, from all angles while playing the role of both employee and employer. The wellness program is tailored for each person and gives suggestions for tasks and information for the user.
ConnectedHealth and Intuit joined together to show an exciting new offering with group health, which includes an option for employers to donate to their employee’s plan, and for the employee to choose which plan fits them best.
Joe Donlan started ConnectedHealth with the conviction that the consumer experience in the health system can still be improved. Prior to ConnectedHealth, Joe was vice president of business development for WebMD Health Services and co-founder of Subimo – which licensed an award-winning suite of health care decision support tools and was acquired by WebMD in 2006.
Jay Badenhope guides the development efforts behind Intuit’s small business health benefits offering, enabling small business employees to easily find affordable health insurance and small business owners to painlessly contribute to employee benefits.
Restlessly curious, Sean Gallivan realized his passion for turning wellness into a science when he co-founded Healthentic, which empowers employers to understand their unique population using aggregated and actionable data so they can make informed decisions, identify risks and keep the healthy healthy.
Clayton Nicholas brings two decades as an entrepreneur and his previous role as an Army Officer to his role at Change Healthcare. In 2012, Clayton previewed Healthcare University at Health 2.0 and this year he demonstrated the fully working version that helps health care shoppers better understand and shop for benefits through engagement, even adding a little fun along the way.