Dr. Eric Topol famously appeared on The Colbert Report in 2013 and essentially gave Colbert a check-up with his high tech tool box of connected devices. More than ever, these types of technologies are available to help doctors deliver more efficient, more connected care both in person and remotely. In this session, we demoed the Health 2.0 high tech tool box with 5 innovative companies!
Kerry McDermott represented session sponsor West Health and opened the session “Big Data: Tools and Applications for Transforming Care.” Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya moderated the panel of speakers who presented how their respective companies are addressing the integration of Big Data into physician work-flow, patient-provider communications, and extending the use of EMRs to transform health care. Speakers Colin Hill, Francois de Brantes, Lloyd Dean, Aaron Levie, Chalie Wiggins, Richard Roth, and Frank Williams were joined by demos from Allscripts, athenahealth, drchrono, Box, NotOnly Dev, Alere, and IBM.
Aaron Levie, Co-Founder and CEO of Box, joined the stage with Daniel Kivatinos, Co-Founder of drcrhono, to demo an exciting Box-drcrhono integration in which a physician can use drchrono’s point of care tool in rounds, and can share that data through the Box application.
The saying goes, “two heads are better than one” and Health 2.0 has the Box co-founders Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith to prove it true. Together Smith and Levie have provided business and individuals with the simplest solution to share, access and manage their information, while simultaneously becoming one of the fastest growing companies in enterprise software. If you were ever wondering who to ask for the secret to success, look no further than these guys.
In 2009, drchrono showed us their SaaS-based physician practice management system. By 2010, Daniel, Michael Nussimow and team added one of the first native iPad clincal EMR apps building integrations with Vitals, Remedy and more. They’ve raised money from famed Russian VC Yuri Milner, to build out a front-office patient enrollment system.
George Margelis, of Care Innovations, an Intel GE joint venture, introduces us to five demos from companies that strive to improve patient and physician communication both inside and outside the doctor’s office.
Daniel Kivatinos, Co-Founder and COO of DrChrono, demos new features that allow patients to fill out forms, access their medical records, send questions to their physicians and schedule appointments.
Health 2.0 and our friends at HCPLive bring you an exciting and packed show to kick off the new year. This episode focuses on innovative tools for physicians including products that transform and aid in everything from scheduling to follow-up. We are joined by four special guests who discuss and demo their products:
Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, this weeks Health 2.0 was cut short, but check back next time for demos from the popHealth Tool Developer Challenge winner, a preview of Health 2.0 Spring Fling Matchpoint, and an interview and demo with Alexander Borve, founder and CEO of iDoc24.
We talked with Daniel Kivatinos, Co-founder and COO at Dr. Chrono, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.
Daniel Kivatinos, Co-Founder & COO, Dr. Chrono
Started in 2008, Dr. Chrono was started after one of the founders encountered a negative environment in a hospital. Wanting to create change, Dr. Chrono came up with a whole new iPad EHR and EMR system. Founded on the principal of patient experiences, the software allows patients to interact directly with their health records in the doctor’s office and review their experiences.
Moderated by Aaron Blackledge (MD, Care Practice), this panel includes demonstrations from James Davis (COO, RegisterPatient), Arien Malec (VP Data Platform Solutions, Relay Health), Daniel Kivatinos (Co-Founder & COO, Dr. Chrono), Russell Olsen (Vice President, Product Management, Phytel), Matt Wiggins (Remedy Systems), and commentary by Ronald Dixon (Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital).