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.
Health 2.0 Market Intelligence team examined how Health 2.0 Newsbites and our Database, SourceDB, are helping make sense of the quickly changing Health 2.0 landscape.
Matthew sat down with health care delivery leaders to discuss how new technology platforms, payors, and providers are working together for enhance patient care delivery and engagement.
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!
Matthew Holt sat down with Glen Tullman to discuss his recent career move from CEO of Allscripts to Founder of Livongo, a new tool designed to help people living with Diabetes connect with real health care professionals in a more … Continued
This year, we welcomed another 10 incredible companies to launch on our stage and demo their technology for the first time. After seeing demos from companies working on everything from blood glucose monitoring to surgical check list enhancement, the audience … Continued
Nearly a year after ACA implementation, this session dove into the new ways benefits are being offered to consumers, how employers are buying care directly, and what new technologies are enabling change in direct care provision.
Health 2.0 Co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya kick off the 8th Annual Fall Conference with this year’s trends in digital health.
athenahealth’s CEO, Jonathan Bush discussed not only the role EMRs play in the larger health care ecosystem, but also his new book: Where Does It Hurt?: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Fixing Health Care.
Four weeks prior to the 8th Annual Fall Conference, Matthew and his wife had a baby. Through this experience, Matthew saw first hand the inefficiencies and lack of interoperability between systems. He shares this experience and hopes for the future … Continued