Walking into your neighborhood drug store is a vastly different experience in 2015 than it was just 5 years ago. From in-store clinics to online experiences, retail environments are bringing care to easily accessible locations while helping to manage patient volume at a savings.
Today there is an array of tools, devices, and platforms for tracking one’s health and they’re integrating with each other like never before. From your morning latte to your evening gym session, there’s a way to seamlessly track and manage your health and wellness every step of the way.
A kickoff to the day with Health 2.0 co-founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt explored the relevance of the consumer health landscape in digital health and what ecosystem factors are guiding the sector forward.
Tim Kelsey’s keynote, “Personalised Health and Care 2020: Using Data and Technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens” examined how better use of technology has the power to transform the quality and costs of health and care services, and the work currently underway by the NHS to giving people ownership of ALL their own medical data.
Kemal Malik, Board Member for Innovation at Bayer, opened Health 2.0 Europe 2014 with an examination of drug development using Health 2.0 technologies. By demystifying the process of drug innovation, Kemal explained how entrepreneurs and startups can become a part of creating new medicines and contribute to making current treatments better.
Matthew Holt, Co-chairman of Health 2.0, and Pascal Lardier, International Director, kicked off the 5th Annual Health 2.0 Europe conference with a look at European health care news and how recent changes provided context for Conference discussion.
Health 2.0 Co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya kick off the 8th Annual Fall Conference with this year’s trends in digital health.
As her keynote address, Indu Subaiya, CEO of Health 2.0 shared what she has learned from her investigation into data sources that support a variety of health disparities around the United States.