Agile Innovation for Consumer-Centric Care: With the use of personal technology we are ever-connected to information across devices and locations. While seamlessly integrated into day to day life, connected technologies are still evolving in the health care space. Consumers are beginning to expect the same level of service and cost information when it comes to their health. At Health 2.0 Yasmine Winkler, Chief Product and Innovation Officer, UnitedHealthcare, examined the opportunities, challenges, and the changing face of how traditional consumer technology services are beginning to impact individuals, physicians, and the health care system at large.
SureScripts brought together 3 thought leaders in connected health care to discuss data-driven solutions, quality improvement, and what that all means for your bottom line.
In an industry focused on fixing issues of its own creation, Amy addressed the question, “how can we ensure a focus on the individual and address their unmet needs?”
Finland is the hottest spot in Europe for health and wellness innovations. This session provided an overview of Europe’s leading Digital Health ecosystem with pitches and demos from 15 Dutch startups: Applied Radar Technology, ConnectedCare, eHealth Company, Enwake, InmoteMT, IPPZ,IQMessenger, MedicineMen, NewHealth Collective, PxHealthcare, SenseOS,Skinvision, Synappz, Thysia, and Winbase.
The speakers and demoers in this session explored new care pathways and partnerships between digital health companies and employers.
Three leading corporate venture investors discussed why and how they make their investment decisions.
Together Ziegler and Health 2.0 welcomed 10 Series A startups from provider and consumer facing tracks to compete for the title of most promising company at Health 2.0′s Startup Championship, Traction.
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.