Europe Fall 2012
Health 2.0 Europe 2012 – 300 participants from 30+ countries, 75 speakers including 50+ LIVE demos, a special focus on Pharma 2.0, an Investors’ Panel and Q&A on how to finance your Health 2.0 project. There was even a 2 day Code-A-Thon, and over 30 journalists who covered the action.
learned about the latest trends and met new players: some are your competitors; some will turn into great partners. Attendees got first-hand advice from investors and financiers on new ways to fund their startup. Network, network, network… !
discovered the tools that transformed their practice and assisted your daily tasks. The conversation continued during important breaks such as <i>Who will pay for these new services?</i>.
learned the new tools to help navigate – and not drown – in the wealth of online medical information. Attendees discovered new ways to get heard, kick start new initiatives, and contributed to the conversation throughout the design process.
spotted the latest trends, scanned technologies and investment opportunities, and met the future game changers.
Pharma and medical devices…
saw LIVE demos of the tools that enable better listening, connecting, and collaborating with patients and doctors. Attendees stayed ahead of the impact of social media on the industry, as well as learned how to grab opportunities… and avoid pitfalls!
Payers and insurers…
discovered technologies with the highest potential to improve clinical outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. They will promoted compliance and revolutionize the costly treatment of chronic conditions.
Designers and developers…
earned 9,000€ in cash prizes at the Berlin Code-a-thon 2012, a 2-day competition that brought together developers, designers, health care experts, and patients eager to create new, exciting applications for improved health and wellness.
Berlin Code-A-Thon 2012
Health 2.0′s “Code-A-Thons” are live events that occur over the course of one or two days, bringing together developers, designers, innovators and entrepreneurs to build exciting new applications and tools for improved health care. Code-a-Thons usually attract more than 100 technologists and an array of sponsors interested in engaging this amazing audience. These short and focused events result in the rapid development of interesting concepts and working prototype applications that can be further developed by the participating teams.
Janssen Healthcare Innovation Connected Health Challenge
Janssen Healthcare Innovation's first Connected Health Challenge Europe is a start-up and SME competition designed to spur and drive innovation towards achieving better care at lower cost.
30,000 € in prizes will be awarded to the best solutions. The judging panel will consist of six renowned health innovation experts:
• Paul Brown, Managing Director of Sandbox Industries
• Jan Rutherford, Partner at SEP
• Roman Rittweger, CEO of Advisors in Healthcare
• Brian O’Connor, Chair of The European Connected Health Alliance
• Martin Murphy, CEO of Sycona Partners
• Marco Mohwinckel, Partner at Janssen Healthcare Innovation (Johnson & Johnson)
The 3 winners will also be invited to demo their solutions during a special session of Health 2.0 Europe scheduled on Tuesday 6th November 2012 à 17:45.
More information on the Connected Health Challenge Europe:
From Global Data to Unique Decisions – Part 1: Patients
When researching and trying to make informed decisions about their health, patients are facing an overwhelming wealth of online information. It’s not just the quantity. Patients have to deal with diverse sources, opaque language, and contradictory claims--without having a medical background. In this session, we will explore new tools designed to help patients inform their decisions and make the most of online data.
You have 30 minutes to enjoy refreshments and mingle with attendees.
From Global Data to Unique Decisions – Part 2: Health Professionals
Physicians and health professionals increasingly use web, mobile and social technologies to share medical information, teach medical students, and collaborate on research projects or patient cases. This session showcases platforms and tools that allow health professionals to tap into a global network of knowledge and ask second opinions from specialists across the globe.
Enjoy lunch, tour exhibit tables and mingle with fellow attendees before the next session.
Health 2.0 transforming hospitals and physicians’ practices.
It is very easy for things to fall through the cracks, so to say, in a hospital or clinic when different care professionals lack proper communication channels. Tracking tasks, sharing data, consulting specialists... Health 2.0 is closing up those cracks by giving a new meaning to participatory medicine and deeply transforming hospitals’ and physicians’ practices. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, administrators are now all connected and building a workflow that is already improving clinical and financial outcomes. This session will include Health 2.0 technologies that are shaping hospital processes, making scheduling and planning easier, ensuring correct sequencing and timing, and promoting in-transit visibility.
Refreshment and Activity Break
Take a break to grab some refreshments and attend a Workshop.
Workshop: Focus on Central and Eastern Europe
This workshop provides a picture of the present and future landscape for Health 2.0 in Central and Eastern European countries (CEE). Presenting results from recent market research and projects, participants will come out with a new interest in CEE and the key data they will need to approach this vibrant market.
Health 2.0 for Pharma
This session not only touches on social media communications applied to pharma, it showcases products that allow the pharma industry to collaborate with doctors, engage with patients, and make the most of data produced from various sources. Health 2.0 for Pharma explores opportunities, discusses best practices to avoid potential pitfalls, and covers hands-on approaches that show a shift in the industry to an increasing “healthy outcomes” ecosystem.
Investors panel and Q&A with the Audience: Financing Health 2.0
What works, and what doesn’t? What are investors looking for? What are the latest tools? How will incubators and corporate venturing transform the European market? This session is designed to answer all your questions when it comes to funding startups. A good portion of this session will be dedicated to answering questions from entrepreneurs -- and those who might want to become one -- in the audience.
Janssen Healthcare Innovation Connected Health Challenge
This session is the o cial announcement of the 3 winners of the rst ever JHI Connected Health Challenge
Europe, a start-up and SME competition to spur innovation towards achieving better care at lower cost. The
3 winners will present; in our usual LIVE rapid re demo format, their solutions in the 3 categories of the challenge:
» technology-enabled self-care
» transitioning care from the clinical environment to the home
» solutions that increase medication adherence.
Reflections Of the Day
Matthew and Pascal look back at themes and topics from the opening day.
Grab a glass and mingle with fellow attendees!
Compliance, Chronic Care and Population Health Management
With the population aging, the burden of chronic disease is going to weigh increasingly on European health budgets. This session presents tools designed to help patients comply with their treatments and better manage their conditions. And when patients are healthier, everybody wins!
Sponsored Deep Dive by CyberDoctor
As one of the first clinical practice tools to build a simple, elegant work ow enabling patient-physician communication and patient-centered decision making, CyberDoctor is breaking new ground in improving patient awareness, adherence and outcomes. Today Akhila and Mantosh are excited to unveil their brand new CyberDoctor iPad application.
Refreshment and Activity Break
Grab coffee and a muffin, mingle with fellow attendees, participate in a workshop and don’t forget to come back to the room on time!
Workshop: Applying pharma codes and regulations to the real world
A very interactive workshop to help you understand what is possible for pharma in the digital world with special consideration given to the codes and regulations that apply to digital activities in Europe. You will leave with a practical answer to the question ‘How can pharma survive in the digital world?’.
The Future of Healthcare
What is the best way to make sure patients use the technologies designed to help manage their conditions and promote their wellness? Design them to be forgotten. Integrate them to disappear in the landscapes of their daily lives. Matteo will rst make a short presentation on pervasive technologies and then animate a Q&A forum to answer all your questions about design and patient engagement.
Focus on gamification
Whether or not you have a chronic condition, the goal of the game is to stay as healthy as you can for as long as you can. But we all know that it requires discipline to live a healthy life. This session showcases applications using gami cation as a way to better engage patients. Let’s play!
Grab a bite! After all this talk, we’ve worked up an appetite!
Exercise, socialize, relax, sleep and eat better and stay healthy! Sounds easy? This session explores tools and apps that will enhance all your e orts toward wellness.
Last stretch. You’re tired. It’s a lot of information. We know. Have an orange juice, another cup of coffee, and come back to discuss sex... and other unmentionables!
Oddly enough there are some things we’d rather post on Facebook than talk about with people around us. Sexual health, mental health, addictions: we call these “unmentionables”. This session showcases a wide range of tools and apps designed to help with our health taboos.
European Chapters’ Event!
Are you a member of one of our European Health 2.0 Chapters? Are you considering joining or even starting one? Join us for drinks and let’s chat! Health 2.0 Chapters are grassroots groups of innovators who meet regularly with a mission to cultivate and propel health technology in their communities.
Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Charité Hospital and University of Medecine
The Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus of the Charité Hospital and University of Medicine was built in 1914-15 to be the seat of the German Surgical Society and the Berlin Medical Association. From 1950 to 1976, the Parliament of East Germany was constituted in its auditorium and started convening in the Great Hall. After the collapse of Berlin Wall in 1989 and a long legal conflict, the German Surgical Society and the Berlin Medical Association returned to their home.
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