Demoes from Fitlinxx, Dacadoo, Keas and Nurtur explored how employers are actively incorporating tools geared towards wellness and holistic health as a means to improve and engage employees physical and mental health.
As more and more Health 2.0 companies file for IPO, the ears of equity analysts are quickly perking up to listen to what’s happening in the space. During this panel three leading analysts discussed the prospects for the health tech sector.
This session gave all the attendees the opportunity to chime in on the solutions to the challenges of innovating in a provider organization.
One of the more obvious focus areas for pharmaceutical companies getting into the digital world is medication adherence. In this session, we heard a case study on medication adherence from pharma’s perspective.
Patient communities and the connections established between individuals and organizations by Health 2.0 tools and technologies are changing the way clinical trials are executed from start to finish. In this hour, we heard case studies about the changing face of clinical trials, and how digital is driving trials forward.
Suzanne Delbanco explored new tools for purchasing and understanding your employee health benefits.
PokitDok curated their session The New Rules for the Business of Health which explored a platform approach to real-time personalized consumer experiences, including e-commerce, telemedicine and patient engagement. Providence, the American Medical Association, MDLive and Cliniq.ly talked about how tapping into big data, claims eligibility, and e-commerce features via PokitDok API helped them innovate and save money.
What better way to kick off a great conference than with a VIP networking lunch and symposium to take a deeper look into the overflow of opportunities and innovations in wellness. Wellness Layers, SeeChange Health Solutions, Accenture, and Aon Hewitt shared their findings and took questions on trending solutions, what to expect in 2015, how to best solve for return on investment, and how to “own” wellness in your market.
In this session, attendees heard about how Health 2.0 tools and services are creating new ways for pharma companies to gather data from, interact with, and understand how consumers are interacting with their products in the market.