Thomas is no stranger to the Health 2.0 aduience, joining us at least five times before (most recently in 2014 to discuss consumer Rx data). Previously the executive editor of WIRED, these days Thomas is keeping busy with Iodine, which uses data from clinical research and real life experiences to help users make sense of their medications and interactions. His new book is The Remedy: Robert Koch, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the Quest to Cure Tuberculosis. His previous book, The Decision Tree was widely hailed as offering a new vision for health care in the United States.
Thomas joined Health 2.0 to launch Iodine, which uses data from clinical research and real life experiences to help users make sense of their medications and interactions.
This panel questioned how data analytics and powerful visualizations are pushing clinical research to new arenas. Highlights examined how genomics, non-invasive diagnosis tools, and integrated data collection are uncovering new discoveries, promoting personalized medicine, and new care protocols.
In this interview Thomas Goetz from Wired Magazine speaks with Roy Schoenberg, the CEO of American Well. Discussing how American Well seeks to improve the American Health Industry, Roy speaks to the goals of his company.
Consumer Empowerment in Healthcare: a fireside chat with Diego Miralles and Thomas Goetz
Diego Miralles, M.D., Head of Janssen Healthcare Innovation, a newly formed team within the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, hosts a Deep Dive conversation about consumer empowerment in healthcare. Dr. Miralles’ guest will be Thomas Goetz, the forward-thinking author of The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine and Executive Editor at Wired Magazine. The conversation will delve into how the confluence of technology and personal engagement in health decisions empowers consumers to live healthier lives. This revealing conversation will be followed by an open discussion where audience members can engage with both thought leaders.
In the Health 2.0 Show for July 25th, Indu Subaiya announces Health 2.0′s first Developer Challenge “Using Public Data for Cancer Prevention and Control”, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. Then, we preview a panel from our Fall 2011 Conference, “User-Generated Health: From Intelligent Communities to Self-Tracking, and the Quest for Personalized Health Platforms” with specials guests Thomas Goetz of Wired Magazine and Gary Wolf of Quantified Self. This Health 2.0 show also covers other conference highlights, Health Innovation Week and the Berlin 2011 conference. Also in this show, we meet with founder of stickK, Jordan Goldberg, who demos their behavioral motivation tool and discusses other current trends in healthcare.
Sponsored by collaborative care solutions provider, Alere is a global leader in rapid diagnostic testing devices in health management solutions aimed and tailored for payers, employers, and care providers. This panel is moderated by Susannah Fox, with the Pew Internet Project, and helps us get to some real answers to a basic question: How can technology contribute to the fundamental real health that we all know so well?
1 + 1 Labs combines useful lab information with feedback loops to give patients the right information they need for their health. This demonstration took place during the “Launch!” panel and competition at Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011.
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!