Tag Archives: The Future of Personalized Medicine

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

Livin’ in the Future and None of This has Happened Yet

In preparation for Health:Refactored, our code and design focused conference taking place May 13–14, we sat down with Atlantic Correspondent David Ewing Duncan. He is moderating the panel “Anatomy of the Beast: The US Health Care System – Part I” on May … Continue reading

HealthTech Capital Hosts 2012 HealthTech Conference: Building a Business in the New HealthTech Ecosystem

The onset of new mobile technologies, personalization, real time information, persistent monitoring and other innovations promise to remake the way healthcare is delivered. New and innovative uses of technology from healthcare payers, integrated delivery systems, government and consumers are working … 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

Dell’s Andrew Litt on the Future of Treating Cancer with Personalized Medicine

Chief Medical Officer of Dell Andrew Litt, MD will speak on The Future of Personalized Medicine panel at the Health 2.0 Fall Conference. In a preview of what he’ll talk about on stage next month, Andrew discusses Dell’s work with … Continue reading