Provider Symposium

The Provider Symposium is back again this year! This event will bring together hospital & other provider executives with innovators to tackle the biggest challenges facing health systems today.

To truly drive change in health care, innovation needs to occur at both an operational level as well as in the day-to-day workflow of clinical care. The symposium unites those worlds with classic Health 2.0 demos of the latest technology designed to improve the lives of these key stakeholders, as well as meaningful discussion anchored by case studies of pilots using new technology, or developing innovation within from forward-thinking institutions like Cedar-Sinai, UPMC and more! By gathering the right people, technologies, and systems into a single room, the Provider Symposium will foster debate and spark the exchange of ideas between the best minds from leading health care systems in an effort to change the face of health care as we know it. Full-time practicing health care providers may apply to attend this pre-conference session and the full Health 2.0 conference free of charge by completing this form.


This full-day event requires an additional fee on top of the regular Health 2.0 ticket

Sunday, September 25, 2016


Coffee, Breakfast & Networking

Grab some breakfast and coffee as you network with the other attendees.



Indu Subaiya will be kicking off the 2nd year of our Provider Symposium!



Keynote: Aneesh Chopra


Product Showcase : WiserCare

WiserCare's interactive shared decision making platform helps patients and their physicians make smarter, more confident decisions in less time. In partnership with major health systems and AMCs, WiserCare has proven to drive higher quality decisions and net promoter scores, and our integrated platform approach makes it quick and easy to get started.


Anatomy of the Pilot

Moderated by Indu Subaiya - Health 2.0

In this session, we will be highlighting several companies and their hospital partners which were established through Health 2.0’s pilot programs. We will take a deep dive into the anatomy of the pilot program by featuring speakers from both hospitals and innovators who’ve participated. Speakers from the hospital side will be discussing the various steps that they took to select their tech company partners. Speakers from the innovator side will be speaking about their experiences in working with their hospital partner and about the data that they’ve gathered through their pilot studies.


Product Showcase : HealthLoop

HealthLoop is an automated patient engagement solution. In this demo you will see how they coordinate care to reduce costs, improve outcomes, and drive a 5-star patient experience.


Product Showcase : Ribbideo

Ribbideo is a Silicon Valley healthcare startup focusing on a Care Coordination platform for patients, physicians, physician affiliates and hospital networks.



Grab some lunch, network with fellow attendees, or participate in the POMIET Lunch Session


Ballroom H

Innovation AND Operations: The Reality of Bimodal Teams. Invitation-only Lunch Session

Faced with increasing consumer demands, endless technology opportunities, confusing compliance requirements, and drastically changing regulations, a critical question has emerged: How can healthcare leaders realistically move their IT organizations to adapt and be poised to capture new opportunities—while also keeping day-to-day operations running?

Join us over Lunch where we will explore questions like those, building upon our collective experiences and brainpower to collaboratively define next steps for greater success.

This special lunch session requires a pre-registration. Please visit the RSVP page to express your interest in joining the discussion


3 CIOs Panel

From technologists to business strategists, how has the role of CIOs evolved in the recent past? What will be the role of CIOs in the near future? On the road to interoperability and amidst the rise of population health, how have CIOs come to drive organizational growth and facilitate a tech-enabled business transformation? Hear from the CIOs from Cedars-Sinai, UPMC, and New York Presbyterian.


American Medical Association

Case Study: Learn about the AMA Physician Innovation Network Product Features

As part of AMA’s work to increase interactions between physicians and digital health stakeholders, the AMA will preview its Physician Innovation Network, an online platform that connects physicians, health technology entrepreneurs, and industry for interaction and feedback. Attend this session for an exclusive sneak peek.



Haystack Informatics

Case Study: Haystack Informatics

Haystack Informatics is at the forefront of modern health analytics and insider threat security monitoring. Using data from EHRs and other systems, Haystack models the behavioral patterns of employees, understanding in depth how they work, whom they interact with, and their temporal/locational fingerprint. We protect hospital reputations and identify operational efficiencies.

Case Study: Lucro

In collaboration with leading healthcare organizations and vendors across the industry, Lucro reinvents the connection between buyers and sellers of innovative products for healthcare.


Children's Hospital Panel

Impact Pediatric Health looks to showcase the best digital health companies and medical devices that are changing the way physicians care for children. Eight of the leading pediatric institutions in the country collaborate together to find new innovative ways to diagnose, treat, manage, and prevent diseases. Hear from some of these institutions and find out how they are finding and advancing pediatric innovation.


Closing Remarks