Matthew and Indu Keynote

Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya welcome you to the 10th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference with a reflection on how the health tech landscape has evolved over the past ten years and talk about what’s on the horizon.

Jonathan Bush Keynote

Matthew will introduce a new way to think about how health care delivery is changing because of technology. Somewhere in this Matthew and Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth, will resume their long running banter!

Vindell Washington Keynote

Dr. Vindell Washington is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). He’ll give an overview of the progress, and the future vision of, Health Information Technology at the ONC. Including how HIT plays a role in many facets of health from virus outbreaks to cancer moonshots.

Karen DeSalvo Keynote

Karen Desalvo, the Acting Assistant Secretary for Health in the US Department of Health and Human Services, will speak on how the HHS is helping to build a better health care system by driving innovation, and how players across the health care system can come together to engage and empower consumers, and put patients at the center of their care.

DJ Patil Keynote

Dr. DJ Patil joined the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in February 2015, when he was named by the White House as Chief Data Scientist and Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Data Policy. DJ advises on policies and practices to maintain U.S. leadership in technology and innovation, fosters partnerships to maximize the Nation’s return on its investment in data, and helps to attract and retain the best minds in data science to serve the public.

Indu Subaiya Keynote

Reflecting on the past ten years, Indu Subaiya, the Co-Chairman and CEO of Health 2.0, will highlight the top accomplishments in health care and how technology has played a role, as well as the challenges that still need to be addressed.

Ian Morrison Keynote

Generally acknowledged as being one of the funniest and most perceptive speakers in health care, Ian is an internationally known author, consultant and futurist. He was President at Institute for the Future in the 1990s, founded the Strategic Health Perspectives service, and is in more health care board rooms and conference halls that almost anyone. At Health 2.0 Ian will share his latest insights into the future of health care — and yes, he used to be Matthew Holt’s boss and never minded lending out his jokes. Matthew’s still telling them.

Harvey Fineberg – Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Harvey Fineberg is the former president of the Institute of Medicine and currently serves as the president of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

Keynote: Yves Caseau

From WellBeing to Care Coordination: An Insurer’s Digital Innovation Journey

Yves Caseau, Head of Digital and Innovation at AXA Group, will share AXA’s vision as an insurance pioneer in reimbursing digital health solutions.

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Matthew and Indu Keynote

Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya welcome you to the 10th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference with a reflection on how the health tech landscape has evolved over the past ten years and talk about what’s on the horizon.

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Jonathan Bush Keynote

Matthew will introduce a new way to think about how health care delivery is changing because of technology. Somewhere in this Matthew and Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth, will resume their long running banter!

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Vindell Washington Keynote

Dr. Vindell Washington is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). He’ll give an overview of the progress, and the future vision of, Health Information Technology at the ONC. Including how HIT plays a role in many facets of health from virus outbreaks to cancer moonshots.

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Karen DeSalvo Keynote

Karen Desalvo, the Acting Assistant Secretary for Health in the US Department of Health and Human Services, will speak on how the HHS is helping to build a better health care system by driving innovation, and how players across the health care system can come together to engage and empower consumers, and put patients at the center of their care.

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DJ Patil Keynote

Dr. DJ Patil joined the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in February 2015, when he was named by the White House as Chief Data Scientist and Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Data Policy. DJ advises on policies and practices to maintain U.S. leadership in technology and innovation, fosters partnerships to maximize the Nation’s return on its investment in data, and helps to attract and retain the best minds in data science to serve the public.

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Indu Subaiya Keynote

Reflecting on the past ten years, Indu Subaiya, the Co-Chairman and CEO of Health 2.0, will highlight the top accomplishments in health care and how technology has played a role, as well as the challenges that still need to be addressed.

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Ian Morrison Keynote

Generally acknowledged as being one of the funniest and most perceptive speakers in health care, Ian is an internationally known author, consultant and futurist. He was President at Institute for the Future in the 1990s, founded the Strategic Health Perspectives service, and is in more health care board rooms and conference halls that almost anyone. At Health 2.0 Ian will share his latest insights into the future of health care -- and yes, he used to be Matthew Holt’s boss and never minded len ...
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Harvey Fineberg – Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Harvey Fineberg is the former president of the Institute of Medicine and currently serves as the president of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

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Keynote: Yves Caseau

From WellBeing to Care Coordination: An Insurer’s Digital Innovation Journey

Yves Caseau, Head of Digital and Innovation at AXA Group, will share AXA’s vision as an insurance pioneer in reimbursing digital health solutions.

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