Author Archives: Margaret Smiley

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

Health 2.0 EDU Introduces Big Players in Big Data

Bob Rogers isn’t just the Chief Data Scientist at Apixio, he’s also a physicist, prior hedge fund manager, and now an instructor for Health 2.0 EDU’s joint three-day executive education course with UC Berkeley on digital health starting October 3rd. … Continue reading

The Shifting Value of Health Care Explained with Professor Kim MacPherson

The health care environment isn’t just changing for digital technology, it is also changing in education for instructors and professionals like Kim MacPherson, the Associate Director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Health Technology. Kim MacPherson will be joining forces with … Continue reading

Develop a Strategic Initiative with UC Berkeley’s Steven Weber PhD: October 3rd-5th

Technology is changing at a rapid pace, so what does this mean for those developing business strategies attempting to keep ahead of the curve? Don’t worry, Steven Weber PhD, Professor at Berkeley Haas School of Business, will put your mind … Continue reading

UC Berkeley’s Jaspal Sandhu Personalizes Health Care with Health 2.0 EDU

Jaspal Sandhu has used his role as an Associate Professor at Berkeley School of Public Health as well as his position as the Co-Founder of Gobee to reach numerous populations in order to improve health through innovation- and he’s at … Continue reading

Jennifer Chatman Helps Welcome Health 2.0 EDU to UC Berkeley

On October 3rd, Health 2.0 EDU will be co-hosting an innovative three-day executive education course on digital health with UC Berkeley. In preparation, Senior Director of Academic Programs, Robin Friedlander MD, interviews professor Jennifer Chatman, the Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management … Continue reading