As chief architect for the LifeNexus iChip®, Ian Worden, drives the process of developing an easy to use- personal health record product that ensures that patients and their doctors have secure access to accurate personal health information at the point and time of care. By leveraging claims data and pre-existing health insurance cards, Ian brings a new approach to capturing all our personal health information.
Matthew frequently remarks that while Indu wants to cure cancer, he just wants to email his doctor – both of which are equally difficult! The companies showcased in this breakout aim to solve Matthew’s problem by providing channels for enhanced and meaningful communication between providers and their patients.
As physician time with patients continues to be stretched thinner, the need for helpful applications for providers is in high demand. Companies in this session showcased support and assistance tools for providers, taking care to develop applications that are easily integrated into everyday practice.
Omada Health builds evidence-based online programs for disease prevention and health promotion. Sean showcased Prevent, a 16 week curriculum designed to pair with diabetes prevention programs to create a more dynamic solutions for the millions of Americans with diabetes.
Bridging the provider and consumer world of tools, the platforms in this breakout aid, manage, and coordinate care across the entire care team. These companies illustrated how seamless care can truly be when shared between different individuals and across varied care settings.
As consumers, we compare and research before we make big decisions for just about everything – from groceries to cars. Yet when it is time to go to the doctor, we accept the price tag and the attending physician with little question! This breakout showcased the companies that will aid in you in not only finding the right doctor, but also the right price.
Martin Pellinat joined Health 2.0 to demo VTOC, VisionTree’s web-based patient-centered health record management, communication and data collection system. VTOC, as shown in the demo, delivers quality patient and provider communication and documentation through a system that meets patient safety and risk guidelines while also reducing transcription costs.
Dr. Eric Topol famously appeared on The Colbert Report in 2013 and essentially gave Colbert a check-up with his high tech tool box of connected devices. More than ever, these types of technologies are available to help doctors deliver more efficient, more connected care both in person and remotely. In this session, we demoed the Health 2.0 high tech tool box with 5 innovative companies!
Engaging patients in their health is a never ending battle, but often trusted providers are those best-positioned to make an impact. In this session, we saw tools that connect providers to their patients in a variety of ways to encourage them to actively manage their health whether it be physical, financial, and emotional.