Berlin Code-a-thon Winner – Jog of War

The Health 2.0 Berlin Code-a-Thon 2012 was an intense 2 days of rapid prototyping and creative health-hacking. The event culminated in a judging session in which Jog of War took home the first place title!  Their app allows users to compete against their friends to conquer virtual territory while they run.

Unmentionables: ip Voiding Diary

Erik started his career in the pharma industry, where he honed his expertise in global marketing and sales. It was while working for Intervet when he saw the opportunity for Health 2.0 technologies. Now working for Synappz, Erik will demonstrate his company’s iP Voiding Diary, an app for the iPhone and iPod touch that discretely – and with cool infographics – records all  fluid intake, and measures all urine output. Synappz is currently in talks with Depends on developing an app/diaper bundle.

Unmentionables: SilverCloud Health

Ken was at Ireland’s National Digital Research Centre when, with Trinity College Dublin and Parents Plus at Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, he created SilverCloud. It’s a platform for a broad range of engaging computerized therapeutic programs from depression and anxiety to addictions. Ken also co-owns Pay Less Tax, an online tax return. Perhaps he’s planning a third venture — an online community for tax evaders?

Unmentionables: Playful Pandas / Blues Buddies

For two years Valentina has been working on a research project for a PhD at Utrecht University about under-standing persuasive strategies for serious games. Currently she is working on developing “playful solutions to life problems”, helping design Playful Pandas “Blues Buddies” iPhone app. Depression is something we usually hide. But maybe there’s an app that will bring us closer to somebody in the same state of mind?

Unmentionables: iDoc24

As well as being an entrepreneur, Alexander is a spine surgeon, PhD student, and teacher to medical students in Gothenburg. Somehow he’s managed to fit in living in seven countries and speaking six languages, all while building a cell-phone based dermatology service that we featured at Health 2.0 Europe in 2011 and in San Francisco last month.

Unmentionables: SXT Health

SXT Health CIC is building a service to quickly connect users with information on sexual health and providers. Anatole is the clinical lead for Sexual Health at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital and Clinical Director for the sex information charity Brook. And a while back he was a Harkness/Health Foundation Fellow, carrying on a trend of British Harkness fellows appearing at Health 2.0 Europe (You may remember Emma Stanton from 2010). When we decided to include a session on ‘unmentionables’, it was a no brainer to invite him again.

Unmentionables: KamaszPanasz

Anna @anniegy has been working as a teen health blogger and online editor for KamaszPanasz since 2007. She also translates for the portal from English and German. KamaszPanasz is a Health 2.0 content site for teens which allows them to share experiences with each other and ask questions of physicians. Teens being teens, a lot of these questions are about sex, alcohol and drugs. Yes, Anna is fresh out of high school and and even though this is her third time Anna still has the distinction being the youngest presenter at Health 2.0!

Focus on Gamification: 4th Main Health

Gangadhar founded and operates 4th Main Health, a mobile app developer and solution provider for chronic health conditions. Gangadhar has worked as an IT project and programme manager in the U.S. health, financial services, retail and hospitality industries for over a decade, but he’s here to show us the app, DiaLog.

Focus on gamification: Ayogo Health Inc.

Michael believes play is among the most productive things we can do. Passionate about imagination, creation, and entrepreneurship, Michael has been building social networking applications since 1995. Currently he is the CEO of Canada’s “Hottest Digital Media Company.” Ayogo is a new company that builds functional social games to make people healthier through play.

JogofWar

Berlin Code-a-thon Winner – Jog of War

The Health 2.0 Berlin Code-a-Thon 2012 was an intense 2 days of rapid prototyping and creative health-hacking. The event culminated in a judging session in which Jog of War took home the first place title!  Their app allows users to compete against their friends to conquer virtual territory while they run.

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Unmentionables: ip Voiding Diary

Erik started his career in the pharma industry, where he honed his expertise in global marketing and sales. It was while working for Intervet when he saw the opportunity for Health 2.0 technologies. Now working for Synappz, Erik will demonstrate his company’s iP Voiding Diary, an app for the iPhone and iPod touch that discretely – and with cool infographics – records all  fluid intake, and measures all urine output. Synappz is currently in talks with Depends on developing an app/diaper bu ...
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Unmentionables: SilverCloud Health

Ken was at Ireland’s National Digital Research Centre when, with Trinity College Dublin and Parents Plus at Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, he created SilverCloud. It’s a platform for a broad range of engaging computerized therapeutic programs from depression and anxiety to addictions. Ken also co-owns Pay Less Tax, an online tax return. Perhaps he’s planning a third venture — an online community for tax evaders?

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Unmentionables: Playful Pandas / Blues Buddies

For two years Valentina has been working on a research project for a PhD at Utrecht University about under-standing persuasive strategies for serious games. Currently she is working on developing “playful solutions to life problems”, helping design Playful Pandas “Blues Buddies” iPhone app. Depression is something we usually hide. But maybe there’s an app that will bring us closer to somebody in the same state of mind?

borve

Unmentionables: iDoc24

As well as being an entrepreneur, Alexander is a spine surgeon, PhD student, and teacher to medical students in Gothenburg. Somehow he’s managed to fit in living in seven countries and speaking six languages, all while building a cell-phone based dermatology service that we featured at Health 2.0 Europe in 2011 and in San Francisco last month.

sxt

Unmentionables: SXT Health

SXT Health CIC is building a service to quickly connect users with information on sexual health and providers. Anatole is the clinical lead for Sexual Health at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital and Clinical Director for the sex information charity Brook. And a while back he was a Harkness/Health Foundation Fellow, carrying on a trend of British Harkness fellows appearing at Health 2.0 Europe (You may remember Emma Stanton from 2010). When we decided to include a session on ‘unmentionables ...
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Unmentionables: KamaszPanasz

Anna @anniegy has been working as a teen health blogger and online editor for KamaszPanasz since 2007. She also translates for the portal from English and German. KamaszPanasz is a Health 2.0 content site for teens which allows them to share experiences with each other and ask questions of physicians. Teens being teens, a lot of these questions are about sex, alcohol and drugs. Yes, Anna is fresh out of high school and and even t ...
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Focus on Gamification: 4th Main Health

Gangadhar founded and operates 4th Main Health, a mobile app developer and solution provider for chronic health conditions. Gangadhar has worked as an IT project and programme manager in the U.S. health, financial services, retail and hospitality industries for over a decade, but he’s here to show us the app, DiaLog.

ayogo

Focus on gamification: Ayogo Health Inc.

Michael believes play is among the most productive things we can do. Passionate about imagination, creation, and entrepreneurship, Michael has been building social networking applications since 1995. Currently he is the CEO of Canada’s “Hottest Digital Media Company.” Ayogo is a new company that builds functional social games to make people healthier through play.

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