Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps Session

Improving your physical and mental health is literally in your hands. With hundreds of trackers and monitoring tools bursting onto the health technology market, we made sure to pick the beautifully designed and effective wellness tools out there. These devices and apps cut through the excuses we have made for ourselves to not be healthier and make a better life possible with the click of a button.

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 2

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 1

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Sexual Health 2.0 Session

With technology being integrated into almost every aspect of life, finally it finds its place in improving sexual health. By addressing risky behaviors such as unsafe sex, apps and their designers are seeking new ways of limiting STD’s and HIV/AIDS. These public health tools are all new to the scene and determined to make sex safer without compromising sexiness.

Tools & Platforms for Research and Clinical Trials Session

In an age of extensive medical exploration and testing, the number of clinical trials and ongoing research projects have shot through the laboratory roof! Yet this wealth of information has been ineffectively distributed, going unseen in by colleagues and unused by potential patients. This breakout demonstrates how a handful of creative minds are making the clinical data and medical trials of today easily accessible for the medical enhancement of tomorrow.

Management Tools for Hospitals Session

Hospitals have thousands of things constantly going on at any one moment. However there is hope for order in this chaos! The companies in this session have developed and designed 5 essential products to keep hospitals running smoothly.

Off the Couch and Into Shape: Tools for Physical Fitness Session

Engaging ones personal motivation to work out can be hard! We get it! But the excuses end here. With the tools being demoed in this breakout, the excuses to not be active will disappear with the extra fat.

Big Data Tools for Population Health Session

In order to make the health improvement this country needs, health care professionals will need to start engaging larger populations. These demands tools that can collect and analyze incredibly large data sets. Companies in this session are making sense of health figures in the millions and making those health fights we once perceived as impossible to grasp, beatable.

AARP: Sponsored Session

AARP and Parks Associates forecast that by 2018, 50+ consumers will spend close to $100 billion in health and wellness technology, products and services — out of pocket! This session identified and explained the 9 areas of need and opportunity in this space as well as showcased best practices of innovators that have either consciously or serendipitously focused on this “emerging market”.

mind&body

Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps Session

Improving your physical and mental health is literally in your hands. With hundreds of trackers and monitoring tools bursting onto the health technology market, we made sure to pick the beautifully designed and effective wellness tools out there. These devices and apps cut through the excuses we have made for ourselves to not be healthier and make a better life possible with the click of a button.

Patients2.0

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 2

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Patients2.0

Patients 2.0 Session: Part 1

A dynamic session focused on the patient – doctor interaction with an emphasis on the stories, best practices, and sustainable solutions needed to enhance a successful partnership. The Patients 2.0 session is run by Patients and marshaled by Sarah Krug from the Society for Participatory Medicine.

Sexual Health 2.0

Sexual Health 2.0 Session

With technology being integrated into almost every aspect of life, finally it finds its place in improving sexual health. By addressing risky behaviors such as unsafe sex, apps and their designers are seeking new ways of limiting STD’s and HIV/AIDS. These public health tools are all new to the scene and determined to make sex safer without compromising sexiness.

clinicaltrials

Tools & Platforms for Research and Clinical Trials Session

In an age of extensive medical exploration and testing, the number of clinical trials and ongoing research projects have shot through the laboratory roof! Yet this wealth of information has been ineffectively distributed, going unseen in by colleagues and unused by potential patients. This breakout demonstrates how a handful of creative minds are making the clinical data and medical trials of today easily accessible for the medical enhancement of tomorrow.

managementtools

Management Tools for Hospitals Session

Hospitals have thousands of things constantly going on at any one moment. However there is hope for order in this chaos! The companies in this session have developed and designed 5 essential products to keep hospitals running smoothly.

offthecouch

Off the Couch and Into Shape: Tools for Physical Fitness Session

Engaging ones personal motivation to work out can be hard! We get it! But the excuses end here. With the tools being demoed in this breakout, the excuses to not be active will disappear with the extra fat.

bigdatapopulation

Big Data Tools for Population Health Session

In order to make the health improvement this country needs, health care professionals will need to start engaging larger populations. These demands tools that can collect and analyze incredibly large data sets. Companies in this session are making sense of health figures in the millions and making those health fights we once perceived as impossible to grasp, beatable.

AARP

AARP: Sponsored Session

AARP and Parks Associates forecast that by 2018, 50+ consumers will spend close to $100 billion in health and wellness technology, products and services — out of pocket! This session identified and explained the 9 areas of need and opportunity in this space as well as showcased best practices of innovators that have either consciously or serendipitously focused on this “emerging market”.

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