Jack co-founded Clinicast, a healthcare analytics startup that builds risk scores, cost scores and workflow tools to optimize patient outcomes and minimize costs. Their product empowers providers to best use data assets in order to identify high risk patients, allocate internal resources, measure effectiveness in terms of health outcomes and benchmark staff performance.
Drake Pruitt is CEO of Lionsolver, a software company specializing in the application of machine learning and optimization to health and life sciences. Drake has an extensive business background in advanced technologies that includes founding and senior management roles for Nextel Inc., Aquantive and Brocada, Inc. At Health 2.0 he talked about the clinical decision support aiding diagnosis, treatment guidelines and monitoring.
Finale Doshi-Velez is an NSF postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School, where her research focuses on developing machine learning techniques to extract patterns in clinical data. She completed her doctoral work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on data-driven approaches to discovering disease subtypes by applying latent variable analyses to clinical data. She also works on predictive models with time-series data.
Adam is a Research Scientist at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center in New York, where he is a member of the Healthcare Analytics Research Group. His research focuses on making sense of medical data through visualization and interactive analytics and has been published at premier venues in visualization, human-computer interaction, and medical informatics. Recent work includes working with providers to find novel solutions and a data-driven approach for their specific needs.
Dustin DiTommaso of Mad*Pow introduced HotSeat, a wellness game that focuses on getting you to move at specific points of the day. The short activities are self selected and tailored into a personal schedule to get multiple two minutes workouts into your daily routine.
With over 15 years experience in the online media and consumer products industries, Amy McDonough’s focus at Fitbit is on corporate wellness programs for employers, insurers and population health, and at Employers 2.0 she shared their employer dashboard, which tracks movement and sleep to analyze group employee health. Amy used to run marathons, and now chases her two young boys around to keep up her 12,000,000+ Fitbit steps (and counting)!
One major problem in health care is access to quality surgery at the right price for you, regardless of your location. Nuehealth, a San Francisco based start-up, helps patients first find and be matched to surgeons anywhere across the U.S. or for that matter, the world; and second, Nuehealth enables patients to have better, more direct engagement with their surgical provider. Nishant Bagadia kicked off Sunday September 29′s day of learning with a live demo of Nuehealth.
With an impressive background in flight surgery in the US Navy and in clinics in Afghanistan, Eric Venn-Watson brings a highly clinical perspective to AirStrip. At Doctors 2.0 he demonstrated AirStripONE, which allows physicians to securely view and compare live, dynamic, ECGs across a patients’ history and care team.
Roni Zeiger is the former Chief Health Strategist at Google, where he led efforts ranging from Google Flu Trends to Symptom Search. In 2012, he and Gilles Frydman founded Smart Patients, a company which serves as an extensive database of clinical trials. The online community leverages patient knowledge sharing to accelerate the era of precision medicine.