Today a new experience economy is emerging, where we no longer peddle products but create integrated experiences that address people’s overarching health needs. It might be a simple blood-pressure check during a pharmacy visit to refill a prescription that leads to a new diet which prevents heart attack. Experts on this panel debated on the landscape of shared objectives, shared how their respective organizations are forging new partnerships, and are delivering innovative care models for an ever tech-savvy consumer.
Health care is more personalized than ever before, and with that comes more choices and decision making opportunities for the consumer. Luckily, there are plenty of Health 2.0 tools to embrace that educate consumers and make health care decisions easier and more digestible.
With over 100 Million people and over $7.1 Trillion dollars in economic activity, the 50+ population is impossible to ignore. Yet, it’s not as easy as one might think to serve the needs and capture the wallets of this humungous market. This panel explored the wins, challenges, and battle scars of three entrepreneurs that have cracked the code of the 50+ digital health and wellness market.
Lisa Suennen joined a group of digital health investment leaders who have supported an emerging market with everything from seed to series B funding.
Today’s health risk assessments and patient activation measures are broken. To speak to the issue, Munjal Shah highlighted how Hi.Q’s novel measure of a person’s health literacy, referred to as their Health IQ, can help to solve for the discrepancies in today’s patient care. He discussed how the score was developed, calibrated with 250,000 people and how it can be predictive of the number of hospitalizations a person experiences.
Indu and Matthew ended the inaugural Health 2.0 WinterTech, commenting on the changing investment landscape, and detailing what 2015 looks like for Health 2.0.
Marco Peluso, CEO of Qardio, will talk about how the richer, more comprehensive data generated by the company’s sensors and high performance cloud analytics drive the shift towards true preventative care, cost efficiency and enhanced diagnostic yields, revolutionizing
the most significant health care issue of our time.
Walking into your neighborhood drug store is a vastly different experience in 2015 than it was just 5 years ago. From in-store clinics to online experiences, retail environments are bringing care to easily accessible locations while helping to manage patient volume at a savings.
New tools and platforms are analyzing patient data and driving clinical research in ways that are more innovative and faster than ever. Through new data collection methods, access, and analysis, today’s patients, researchers, and health care providers can expect not only a personalized health care experience, but more meaningful and actionable insights.