Health Interactive@50+ leaders from the AARP and Health 2.0 conclude the event with a call to action to all consumers to make their opinions more widely available to the health community as we continue to enter a more digitally determined health ecosystem.
Senior Vice President of Thought Leadership at AARP, Jody Holtzman and Health 2.0 CEO, Indu Subaiya welcome the AARP Ideas@50+ national convention audience to explore the powerful new ways technology can make our bodies healthier with live demos from 10 exciting digital health companies.
Together Ziegler and Health 2.0 welcomed 10 Series A startups from provider and consumer facing tracks to compete for the title of most promising company at Health 2.0′s Startup Championship, Traction.
Co-Founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt reflect on the 3 1/2 days and point out some of their most memorable moments from the 8th Annual Fall Conference, and make exciting announcements for future Health 2.0 events.
Camilla and Jonathan demoed the Spire, the waist clip wearable that guides you towards relaxation and enhanced breathing throughout the day.
Director of Wearable Garment Development, Kim Scheffler demoed Adidas MiCoach App and Smart shirt which aim to keep you motivated and on track with your personal fitness goals.
Inspired to help runners and walkers better understand their gate, Sensoria demoed the smart sock that provides better insight into how you are exercising.
Leveraging the 3d camera within a Microsoft Connect, Curve Tomorrow developed Sonny, a more interactive, fun, and effective way of measuring progress and rehabilitation in children with mobility restrictions. A crowd favorite, Curve Tomorrow was the 2014 Launch winner!
Ida Manty models the June wrist wearable by Netatmo on the Health 2.0 Runway. This fashionable technology captures sun exposure and alerts the wearer when the suns rays may be too strong for their unique skin type.