Europe Fall 2011
Health 2.0’s second conference in Europe was held in Berlin, and saw demos and presentations from as far away as Turkey, Poland, Spain, and Finland (as well as the UK, Germany & France). We also brought back Launch! and great Deep Dives.
Health 2.0 — Introduction and state of play
Online videos are one of the main drivers of the digital revolution. They have made and broken superstars. They have installed presidents and overturned governments. In fact, since YouTube appeared on the scene, the consumption behavior around new media has changed the world forever.
Now Publicis Healthware International and dotSUB are joining forces to drive the online video revolution into the health care industries: Videum.com will be doing something that has never before been done – enabling healthcare videos produced in any language, by Pharma, hospitals, doctors or patients, to be viewable and understandable in any of the world’s languages, on any video enabled device or platform, including tablets and mobile devices. For the first time, cutting edge drugs, procedures, educational information, and patient care, which is more and more communicated using video from 3D to user video, will be available in scores of languages, regardless of the language of the source video.
Search, Content and Communities – The Next Generation of Information Sharing
EPG Health Media
Cancer Genetics Story Bank
Patient Information Forum
Health on the Net Foundation
It's A Wrap
Cool tools to connect stakeholders and promote the co-production of healthcare: Part 1: Connecting patients with doctors
Health Business Consult (The Netherlands)
Pharmaceutical Information Centre
German Agency for Quality in Medicine
Deep Dive Session
During the Deep Dive session, American Well Systems President & CEO, Roy Schoenberg, MD, MPH, introduced American Well’s Online Care Suite, a leading telehealth solution that is deployed by health plans, delivery networks and other service providers across the United States and internationally. Online Care fulfills the promise of telehealth to eliminate barriers to accessing quality, convenient healthcare, by bringing patients and doctors together for online visits anytime, anywhere, using widely-available consumer technologies.
Cool tools to connect stakeholders and promote the co-production of healthcare: Part 2: Connecting health professionals
European Patients Forum
Your business. Our technology. Success in health care.
The central challenge of implementing Health 2.0 lies in creating a sustainable economic business model. Several things lie mostly hidden in the background: the underlying infrastructure, transforming processes into functionality, the technological networking of the business ecosystem, the “electronification” of the business model. The risk is that the technical implementation will be perceived as “trivial” or, conversely, that preoccupation with technological details result in losing sight of the business model. This presentation explains why it makes sense to entrust the technological implementation of Health 2.0 business models to external specialists like ICW using specific Health 2.0 tools. With a strong backend focus, the eHealth Platform is specially suited to satisfy the data, privacy and SLA requirements of Health 2.0 applications.
In their presentation, they showed how to leverage their knowledge and services to keep your business functioning optimally without having to worry about technical details.