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!
David Ewing Duncan returned to the 8th Annual Fall Conference to explore the future of how health and care delivery will begin to be customized to the patient via genomics, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other sensors.
Nearly a year after ACA implementation, this session dove into the new ways benefits are being offered to consumers, how employers are buying care directly, and what new technologies are enabling change in direct care provision.
Bringing together the most innovative wearables and personal health trackers that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology. And in case you missed it, you can watch … Continued
Speakers: Adam Pellegrini, Artem Petakob, Chris Glode, David Ziegler, Davide Vigano, Indu Subaiya, James Thompson, Jim Taschetta, Jonathan Palley, Kim Scheffler, Nick Crocker, Philippe Schwartz, Rachel Kalmar, Rick Valencia, Samantha Katz
Health 2.0 Co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya kick off the 8th Annual Fall Conference with this year’s trends in digital health.
As her keynote address, Indu Subaiya, CEO of Health 2.0 shared what she has learned from her investigation into data sources that support a variety of health disparities around the United States.
Donna Cryer CEO of the Global Liver Institute, positioned professional patient advocacy within the framework of both her own personal experience as a liver transplant recipient and across the clinical spectrum.