Doctors and hospitals are the front line for providing the best care so it only makes sense they should be using the best tools available. This panel session offers a look at the newest range of tools from workflow and communication tools to the latest in population health management. Product demonstrations highlight the work of Karify, BMJ Best Practice, Fastguide, BestDoctors, Proxible B.V. and UK Preventive Medicine.
Videum is a revolutionary way of translating health-related video into numerous languages. Roberto Ascione from Publicis Healthware launched Videum, which is a partnership between Publicis and dotSUB, at Health 2.0 India in January 2012. dotSUB CEO Michael Smolens was on hand to describe how it works, while Abhijit Shitu from Publicis Healthware in Mumbai and Nand Wadhwani from HealthPhone showed how Videum is working in India.
The advancement and popularity of patient communities online is an international phenomenon. This panel examines communities in different cultures, languages and context, and shows what impact they have on care delivery in different countries-and what the internationalization of information means for patients and doctors.
Roberto Ascione, PagineMediche.it & President, Publicis Healthware International | Italy
Roberto is a physician who leads Publicis healthware, an international digital healthcare agency with a range of services and products including EMrs, hospital web sites and more. He’s here today to show us PagineMediche.it, which he founded in 2001, and which now has more than 90% of Italian physicians represented and 650,000 visits a month. Today, he’ll be showing us how the site allows patients to communicate directly with physicians. Roberto has also done a wonderful job as our conference’s regional Ambassador to Italia.
Online videos are one of the main drivers of the digital revolution. They have made and broken superstars. They have installed presidents and overturned governments. In fact, since YouTube appeared on the scene, the consumption behavior around new media has changed the world forever.
Now Publicis Healthware International and dotSUB are joining forces to drive the online video revolution into the healthcare industries: Videum.com will be doing something that has never before been done – enabling healthcare videos produced in any language, by Pharma, hospitals, doctors or patients, to be viewable and understandable in any of the world’s languages, on any video enabled device or platform, including tablets and mobile devices. For the first time, cutting edge drugs, procedures, educational information, and patient care, which is more and more communicated using video from 3D to user video, will be available in scores of languages, regardless of the language of the source video.
A tour of the latest and greatest in Health 2.0 from around the world, a vision for the future of Health 2.0 in Europe. This session will also include special presentations and conversations with Roberto Ascione, President, Publicis Healthware International (IT); Christoph Goetz, Director of Health Telematics, Bavarian Administration of Statutory Health Care Physicians / KVB (DE); Gábor Gyarmati, Founder and Owner, Szinapszis Group (HU); Frank Neumann, CEO, BIG Direkt (DE); Roman Rittweger, Founder and CEO, Advisors in Healthcare (DE); and Kai Sostmann, Head of eLearning, Charité University Hospital (DE).
Roberto is a physician who leads Publicis Healthware, but here he shows us PagineMediche.it. Founded in 2001, it now has more than 90% of Italian physicians represented and 650,000 visits a month—and a fascinating Q&A format.
In this panel a group of medical professionals from around the world come together to discuss their respective companies, and how health tools and modules differ in various parts of the globe. Panelists include Roberto Ascione (President, Publicis Healthware & Founder, Paginemediche.it), Tosh Wakimaru (General Manager, MedPee), Nathan J. Sigworth (CEO, PharmaSecure), Nandu Madhava (CEO and Founder, mDhi), and Eisuke Suzuki (CEO, Medical Insight).
Since it’s inception in 2008, Launch! has introduced over 45 new companies and products, including Unity Medical, Remedy Ventures, TheCarrot, and the WSJ’s 2010 top (and not just in health!) start-up company, Castlight Health. This year’s Launch! featured Basis, Clarimed, Carecoach, GLU, GoodRx, HealthPer, Medify, Numera Social, 1 + 1 Labs, and WellnessFX. Watch the video to find which Health 2.0 company won and took home a main stage spot at our San Francisco 2012 conference!