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. … Continued
MyHealthTeams creates social networks for specific chronic conditions. A veteran of the Health 2.0 stage, Eric Peacock joined us this year to demo his latest and most successful project, MyMSTeams, which provides a new platform for interaction, management, and discussion … Continued
Join Amy Tenderich, founder and journalist of DiabetesMine, as she moderates this panel on online patient communities. Learn about communities that are empowering patients with a broad spectrum of diseases from breast cancer to diabetes.
Eric Peacock, Co-Founder and CEO of MyBCTeam, demos their social network for women with breast cancer. A combination of Facebook, Yelp and Pinterest, this website provides users with multiple ways to connect and share their experiences and resources.
Technology is creating a whole new ability for consumers to be picky about their healthcare providers. Here a collection of panelists showcase their products and companies that seek to create a better connection between patients and doctors from the start. … Continued
Eric Peacock, General Manager, MyAutismTeam MyAutismTeam is a new service from Insider Pages helping parents find the best providers who can help their child thrive. It’s also a social network, allowing parents and family members to share information with others … Continued
The “Doctors Like Me: Provider Search for Consumers” panel was part of the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.