Free the Data: Tools for Consumer Access and Ownership

The 5 tools in this breakout continued to add fire to the empowered patient movement. By enabling consumer data access at the tip of your fingers, the technology demonstrations highlighted here showcased the varied and encompassing ways we can all better understand and act on our health.

Improving the Inpatient Experience: Tools for Hospitals Session

With doctors visits limited to 15 minutes a patient, patient satisfaction is at an all time low. As interaction between practitioner and patient dwindles, rates of readmission rise, producing a costly and cyclical health care problem. This breakout aimed to demonstrate the dynamic ways in which companies and individuals are improving the inpatient experience and putting an end to the structural problem of patient dissatisfaction.

Interview with David Harlow

David Harlow, The Harlow Group LLC
Health Law 2.0 addresses the pressing legal issues for both large and small Health 2.0 companies in the regulated world of health care.  David Harlow’s experience in both the public and private sectors over the past twenty years affords him a unique perspective on legal policy and business issues facing the health care community.  Health care providers, vendors and payors of all shapes and sizes rely on him to help navigate the maze of regulatory and business issues facing them on a daily basis.

Health 2.0 Law

Karie Rego, Sheppard Mullin
David Harlow, The Harlow Group LLC
Brian French, Nixon Peabody
Jack Eiferman, Goulston & Storrs
Daniel Orenstein, General Counsel, athenahealth
Health Law 2.0 addresses the pressing legal issues for both large and small Health 2.0 companies in the regulated world of health care. There’ll be two tracks of programming — one focused on Patient/Consumer Legal Issues and the other focused on Legal Issues with Providers, Plans and Life Sciences.

The panels we have assembled include the leading experts in each topic who will provide an overview and important updates. The panel also will work through some interactive examples of problematic arrangements and provide insight on how to avoid legal risk. In every session, there will be ample time for questions.

This is a wonderful opportunity for all Health 2.0 companies to delve deeper into the legal issues so they can make better choices as well as identify potential opportunities and capitalize on them.

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Free the Data: Tools for Consumer Access and Ownership

The 5 tools in this breakout continued to add fire to the empowered patient movement. By enabling consumer data access at the tip of your fingers, the technology demonstrations highlighted here showcased the varied and encompassing ways we can all better understand and act on our health.

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Improving the Inpatient Experience: Tools for Hospitals Session

With doctors visits limited to 15 minutes a patient, patient satisfaction is at an all time low. As interaction between practitioner and patient dwindles, rates of readmission rise, producing a costly and cyclical health care problem. This breakout aimed to demonstrate the dynamic ways in which companies and individuals are improving the inpatient experience and putting an end to the structural problem of patient dissatisfaction.

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Interview with David Harlow

David Harlow, The Harlow Group LLC Health Law 2.0 addresses the pressing legal issues for both large and small Health 2.0 companies in the regulated world of health care.  David Harlow's experience in both the public and private sectors over the past twenty years affords him a unique perspective on legal policy and business issues facing the health care community.  Health care providers, vendors and payors of all shapes and sizes rely on him to help navigate the maze of regul ...
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Health 2.0 Law

Karie Rego, Sheppard Mullin David Harlow, The Harlow Group LLC Brian French, Nixon Peabody Jack Eiferman, Goulston & Storrs Daniel Orenstein, General Counsel, athenahealth Health Law 2.0 addresses the pressing legal issues for both large and small Health 2.0 companies in the regulated world of health care. There’ll be two tracks of programming — one focused on Patient/Consumer Legal Issues and the other focused on L ...