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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

The Best of the Speaker Interview Series

Brian Cusack, Google, Big Data Meets Real [time] People Panel “What we’ve been doing in the field really to this point is telling the same kind of story but without the statistical data to back it up. Now we have … Continue reading

Anthony Shimkin: Qualcomm Life’s Platforms for Unplatforms

Anthony Shimkin is the senior director of marketing of Qualcomm Life, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated that focuses on device connectivity and data management. He will appear on the Platforms for Unplatforms panel at the upcoming Health 2.0 Fall Conference. … Continue reading

Innovative but Controversial Products? Bring Them On

Health technology companies have a diverse range of options for funding like joining an incubator, entering a series round, and now, participating in a crowdfunding platform. It makes sense, being that Health 2.0 itself was founded on the idea of … Continue reading

ZocDoc’s Cyrus Massoumi: Growing a Company and Maintaining a Culture

Cyrus Massoumi is the CEO of ZocDoc, an online appointment booking site. He will sit on the Three CEOs Panel at the upcoming Health 2.0 Fall Conference. For more posts from the conference speaker interview series, click here.  Laura Montini: So … Continue reading

Eight New Companies to Launch at Health 2.0’s Annual Fall Conference

Health 2.0 will unveil eight brand new health technology companies at the Launch! session on October 9th, during its Sixth Annual Fall Conference in San Francisco. During the popular session, each of the eight startups will present their products in a … Continue reading

The Experimental Man Talks Anti-Aging Technology

Journalist David Ewing Duncan is most recently the author of When I’m 164, a book that examines life extension science. He’s also written the Experimental Man based on his own quantified self trials. David will moderate The Future of Personalized Medicine … Continue reading

Body 2.0 Review: Lark Silent Alarm Clock and Automated Sleep Tracking App

Overall Score: 5 out of 5 Lark is a black, flat, square device that almost looks like a small cellphone battery. It fits snuggly in a fuzzy black adjustable elastic wrist strap when you sleep, and charges in a dock … Continue reading

Brian Cusack: Google’s New Study on Patient Health Research Behavior

Health 2.0 Co-Chairman Indu Subaiya spoke with Google’s Head of Industry (Healthcare Services) Brian Cusack about his company’s new research around clickstream data analysis. He also explained the proven validity of the clickstream analysis results, as shown by the similarity … Continue reading

Mike Long: How the Healtheon/WebMD Venture Inspired Others

Mike Long is the CEO of Essence Group Holdings Corporation, a health insurance and software company. He will sit on the Three CEOs Panel at the upcoming Health 2.0 Fall Conference. For more posts from the conference speaker interview series, … Continue reading

Creative AND Legal Business: Health 2.0 Law Session

Health 2.0 held an hour long session on Health Law 2.0 at our 2012 Spring conference, but we go bigger at our annual conference in San Francisco. Join us for the Health Law 2.0 pre conference session on Sunday, Oct. … Continue reading

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