Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps

The applications leading this breakout reminded us that the ability to improve our physical and mental health is literally in our hands! Covering everything from exercise to sleep to mental positivity, these tools approach health by understanding and capturing data as it relates to the whole body.

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.

Birds of a Feather: Online Patient Communities Session

This breakout brought together 5 companies focused on ending the isolation so often experienced alongside an illness. Through the development of online communities, patients can access new support groups, educational resources, and advice that was never available to them before. In an age of online communities that boost your ego, Health 2.0 is excited to present the online communities that can boost your health and wellness.

Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices – Full Session

Our eating habits are the #1 underlying cause of death worldwide. Dr Alan Greene moderates this introduction to apps that help people make healthy food choices, and therefore live a healthier life.

 

Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices – Food Essentials Demo

A demo by Anton Xavier, CEO of Food Essentials, which specializes in aggregating food label data sources and processing the raw label information to assign additive, allergen, ingredient and nutrient properties to each product. Through indexing of the relational property database all products can be searched and compared for by any variable at enterprise level capacity.

Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices – Zipongo

Jason Langheier, Founder and CEO, shared Zipongo’s website and app that makes grocery shopping healthy, easy and affordable. Zipongo aims at drawing people to eat healthier by offering them healthy deals and discounts. The user receives personalized coupon offers, and then they can bring their shopping list and coupons with them to the supermarket on their smartphone. See Zipongo demo their latest innovations at Health:Refactored!

Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices – Noom Demo

A demo by Artem Petakov, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Noom. Noom has many specific apps that allow you to track different aspects of your health from weight loss, to diet to exercise. On your smartphone, Noom monitors your progress and provides expert advice and analysis to keep you on track. By making the experience relevant to who you are, your goals, and your interactions, they provide a personalized plan.

Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices – Fooducate Demo

Hemi Weingarten, CEO & Founder of Fooducate, demos the mobile app that helps you make healthier food choices. Use the app to scan the food product barcode, and it will grade the item (A-D). If your product receives a bad grade, you can search for healthier alternatives. Fooducate can also be personalized to help people with specific diseases, such as diabetes, make healthy food choices based on their individual needs.

 

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Mind & Body: Wellness Tools and Apps

The applications leading this breakout reminded us that the ability to improve our physical and mental health is literally in our hands! Covering everything from exercise to sleep to mental positivity, these tools approach health by understanding and capturing data as it relates to the whole body.

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.

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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.

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Birds of a Feather: Online Patient Communities Session

This breakout brought together 5 companies focused on ending the isolation so often experienced alongside an illness. Through the development of online communities, patients can access new support groups, educational resources, and advice that was never available to them before. In an age of online communities that boost your ego, Health 2.0 is excited to present the online communities that can boost your health and wellness.

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Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices  ...

Our eating habits are the #1 underlying cause of death worldwide. Dr Alan Greene moderates this introduction to apps that help people make healthy food choices, and therefore live a healthier life.

 

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Would You Like An App With That?: Making Smarter Food Choices  ...

A demo by Anton Xavier, CEO of Food Essentials, which specializes in aggregating food label data sources and processing the raw label information to assign additive, allergen, ingredient and nutrient properties to each product. Through indexing of the relational property database all products can be searched and compared for by any variable at enterprise level capacity.