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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

News & Updates

MeYou Health won best app in the Healthcare and Wellness category in the 16th annual Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange awards. MeYou’s Daily Challenge app moves users toward healthy behavior by helping them make small changes in their daily lives. … Continue reading

News & Updates

This week, American Well goes mass market. They’ve been the leader in creating an online marketplace where consumers and physicians can process care via health plans using the basic health plan billing and coverage infrastructure. At least, that had been … Continue reading

Health 2.0 Resolution Time!

We don’t just talk about Health 2.0 tools, we put them to the test! A huge part of what we do here at Health 2.0 is introduce the community to new and innovative technologies to improve and track their health … Continue reading

MeYou Health Launches My Resolution 2011

Last week, MeYou Health released My Resolution 2011, a Facebook app that helps users stay committed to their healthy New Year’s resolutions. This is good news for those of us who struggle to stay on track or have a hard … Continue reading

News & Updates

— On January 1st, Cost of Care is launching a blog series featuring select pieces from their essay contest illustrating the importance of cost-awareness in health care. Stories center around hardworking, responsible Americans falling through the cracks, including those who … Continue reading

The Next Generation of Communities Part 3: Everyday Life Platforms

Part 3 of The Next Generation of Communities session stayed on the topic of online communities, but instead of talking about traditional disease communities, the panelists talked about building health care applications on non health care platforms, like Twitter and … Continue reading