Health 2.0 at mHealthSummit 2013

This was a must-attend session for catching up on cutting-edge innovations in health care which included engaging panel discussion and LIVE product demos covering the topics most relevant to the health tech industry today.

Monday, December 9, 2013


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Opening Remarks



State of Health 2.0 Annual Report

The Health 2.0 Annual Report profiles all conference-featured demos explaining who they are, what they do, why they were selected for the Health 2.0 stage, and the larger health technology trends they reflect. With additional analytic and editorial content from Health 2.0 co-founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt, the Annual Report is an in-depth analysis for Health 2.0 amateurs and experts alike.


The New Marketplace

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

Following up on the Marketplaces panel at the Seventh Annual Fall Conference in Santa Clara, this session will address the new marketplace for insurance. Learn how recent enrollment is affecting both state and federal exchanges, how insurance groups are preparing for a large influx of new consumers, and what innovative tools are being developed for ease of adoption and pricing transparency.


Future of Self-Tracking and Personalized Data

Moderated by Kim Krueger - Health 2.0

Examine how big data from individual tracking tools is empowering patients and consumers. We'll take a forward-looking approach to tracking with the wristband and beyond, and how passive data collection paired with active tracking is playing a larger role in health care decision-making.


Networking break

Grab a cup of coffee and mingle with your fellow attendees.


Clinical and Population Data for Transforming Care

Moderated by Matthew Holt - Health 2.0

We'll dive into large data sets and examine how clinicians leverage millions of patient-data points within hospital systems for improving and streamlining outcomes.



We're bringing long-time audience favorite, Unmentionables, to the mHealthSummit where we dive into sex, death, stress, and other topics not traditionally addressed on the public stage.


Health 2.0 Database demo

Get the first exclusive look at the Health 2.0 Database - an aggregated source of all the players in the industry today!


Closing Remarks



Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor
Fort Washington
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