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.
Rachel and Veera demoed the Misfit Bloom, a fashionable necklace that captures sleep and activity data by leveraging the Misfit Shine technology.
Under their new partnership, MapMyFitness and Under Armour demoed their first product, I Will What I Want, a social network and fitness app intended to engage young women.
Jim Taschetta demoed how the digital iHealth blood pressure cuff tackles chronic disease management by making it not only easier for patients to take their measurements but to understand and improve their readings.
Nick demoed MyFitnessPal and the incredible insights available at your fingertips on weight loss and food nutrition.
Jon Pearce demoed Zipnosis, the predominately consumer tool that is replacing physician interaction with an algorithm, delivering diagnosis with the touch of a button.
Adam Pellegrini demos the “Healthy Choices Program” which gives rewards to their customers for adopting healthy habits, while also supporting all your prescription and health data.
Rick demos and discusses how 2Net is capturing biometric readings and how the industry has quickly established an ethos of continuous data streams.