Alexandra Drane explores the work and research of love and relationship guru, Esther Perel.
At the 8th Annual Fall Conference, the full Unmentionables session explored everything from purpose to sex to stress, and the ever growing importance of understanding these issues as they relate to our health.
Vic explores how strong purpose in live impacts not only our mental health but everything from HbA1c levels to heart disease.
Alexandra kicks off the 5th year of the ever-popular Unmentionables with her discussion of magnifiers and buffers, as they help measure life, happiness and health.
The Unmentionables panel, moderated by Alex Drane of Eliza, is a place for those companies whose topics simply are not often discussed in health care. This year vulnerability, care-giving, death, sex, stress, and drinking were addressed from companies including Cigna, … Continued
Lacey is the Director for Mayo Clinic’s Biomedical Statistics & Informatics Project Management Office which means she runs stacks of research programs working with ONC, CaBIG, SHARP, eMERGE and more. But she’s here to show how the SE Minnesota Beacon is … Continued
First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren’t talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. At Health 2.0 in 2008 Alex founded Engage With Grace, a viral movement that … Continued
First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren’t talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 … Continued
Alexandra Drane (Eliza) is interviewed by Chis Rauber (San Francisco Business Times) Eliza has been around for 10 years, providing large consumers with the technology to make automated phone calls to consumers. Chris Rauber interviews Alexandra about the types of … Continued
Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr) 3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years … Continued