Kent explores how purpose, drive, and community (whether thats familial or professional) encourage a more balanced, driven life.
Vic explores how strong purpose in live impacts not only our mental health but everything from HbA1c levels to heart disease.
Tina Joros of Allscripts announced the winner of the 2014 SF Code-a-thon, which brought together over 100 developers together in San Francisco to design a new solutions for Allscripts, BetterDoctor, and Pokitdok.
Exploring relationships with everyone from individual couples to large fortune 100 companies, Esther Perel knows the power of strong relationships and how they can influence your health.
Alexandra kicks off the 5th year of the ever-popular Unmentionables with her discussion of magnifiers and buffers, as they help measure life, happiness and health.
Susannah Fox shares her research and investigation into the “good things that happen when we share.” Data collected on this theme speaks to the possibilities of shared solutions in care giving, and being a happy and productive care giver.
Indu Subaiya sat down with Dr. Ted Berger to discuss his research which uses an integrated experimental and theoretical approach to develop biologically realistic dynamic models of the hippocampus and its function in forming new memories.
Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, addressed the Health 2.0 audience for the first time to discuss how Kaiser continues to offer patient-centered care at scale.
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.
As part of Indu Subaiya’s larger exploration of Consumer Technologies, Health 2.0 hosted our first Wearable Tech Runway where we showcased 7 companies that are disrupting wearable computing literally from head to toe!