Health 2.0 Europe today; take a deep breath
I’ve been careering around the Paris metro getting the flavor of this amazing city, and tomorrow the preparation stops and Health 2.0 Europe finally happens. (Just to be clear this blog publishes on California time where it’s still the 5th but the conference starts Tuesday April 6 Paris time!!)
More than 500 people will gather to hear about search and content, online communities, patients & consumers using tools with & without connecting to doctors and hospitals, and much more. We’ll hear from leaders in online health in the Netherlands, Denmark, Hungary, the US, the UK, Germany and more. We’ll find out the reaction of the health care system, including hospitals, payers, physicians and pharma, to these new technology advances. We’ll try to see if we can figure out if there is a distinctly European version of Health 2.0–-at least we’ll be arguing about that (and Indu, I and Denise Silber have been doing lots of arguing about that!).
The conference is officially sold out, but our stellar registration meisters (Hillary McCowen & Miles Denison) tell us that they’ve found a space or two (hanging from the rafters?) and that a very limited number of tickets will be sold on site. Best to get there before 11.30 tomorrow if you still want one.
So see you at Cite Universitaire tomorrow (Tuesday). Officially it starts at 1pm, but please get there early to pick up badges and get yourself a seat!
If you can’t be there follow the tweets at #health2eu and wait for the videos that will be coming out in the weeks after the conference…..