Join Donato Tramuto, Health eVillages founder, for a discussion about Health eVillages and how the power of mHealth is saving lives in remote and underserved communities around the world. Health eVillages is a program of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, and was launched at Health 2.0 one year ago. As part of Health eVillages’ 1-year anniversary, Health eVillages will be collecting used devices (iPhone, iPod, iPad, Android phones and tablets) at Health 2.0 to repurpose and deploy to clinicians without access to modern medical references or tools.
You’ll just have heard Steve Shellhammer explain Phytel’s business model. Now see Russell demo how the technology allows providers to communicate with exactly the right patients and now also integrate their data from home based devices–all in the cause of better population health.
David is going to show us the Lumeris platform his CEO Mike Long just described. It integrates data from disparate systems across the continuum of care, provides complete visibility into the clinical and financial performance of the enterprise, and delivers over 22 applications and their information to key stakeholders at, what in David’s words is, “the point of thought”.
Explorys is a spinout from the Cleveland Clinic which has raised $14.5 million as a major play in Big Data analytics for health. Last year Charlie showed us how they used a massive database of patient experience to inform very specific (anonymous) clinical research. Now more and more their data is being used used directly for clinical care support–and they’re also bringing in patient contributed data, linking to yesterday’s themes. Of course this is all easy for Charlie who spent the last ten years building Big Data for interactive television at Everstream.
In his clinical practice, mostly within HIV/AIDS, Diego has seen the need for big improvements in care. He’s now running Janssen Healthcare Innovation, a newly created business within Johnson & Johnson, aiming to help reinvent care delivery. We’ve been really impressed with his ideas about how a pharma company can support big changes in the system. It’s a long way from when Diego graduated from the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine in the same year another Diego from Buenos Aires made a name for himself. (Any Englishmen writing this bio are just jealous!)
Steve’s a painter, photographer and sculptor with side hobbies in medicine and child psychology. He also manages to fit in work in public health, health policy and public affairs, product design, web and application development, product management, operations and quality improvement. At ActiveHealth (yet another Aetna subsidiary!), Steven’s focus is clinical transformation and re-imagining clinical practice. We need a renaissance man to do that!
When iconic medical director Arnie Milstein founded Stanford’s Clinical Excellence Research Center, he aimed where the dollars are–in the care of expensive diseases by specialists. The tactic was to set young researchers against the problem. We’re starting this panel with three of those researchers who have built models that are about to be piloted, Sarah is a psychologist working on real-world interventions for patients with obesity. Sunny is a gastroenterologist working on improving colo-rectal screening. And Manali? She’s tackling the easy task of rationalizing, improving and making cancer care cheaper. Before we dive into how Health 2.0 tools are changing the delivery system we’re really looking forward to hear how these three young clinicians are hoping to make radical changes–and what they want from the tech crowd.
In the 1990s Alan turned his pediatrics practice into one of the most famous health care websites, drgreene.com. He now spends most of his time advocating and advising consumers—online, on the Dr Oz show, via his great books about feeding and raising Baby Green(s), and lecturing about the WhiteOut campaign at the worlds biggest baby shower.
Exploring the new technologies that are reconstructing care delivery including ACOs, new physician tools, innovations in payment models, and more.