Moderated by Indu Subaiya, Big Data: Tools and Applications for Individuals showcased the technology companies are creating to harness consumer data in order to make more informed decisions regarding health care. Anthony Begando represented SEER Health as the session sponsor. Speakers included Marvin Ammori, Jerry Sheehan, and Ben Wolin, joined by demos from ESRI, Treato, Moving Analytics, Withings, and MedHelp.
Everyday Health has come a long way since being founded in a kitchen 11 years ago – it’s now one of the leading online health resource companies with over 500 employees, 20 digital health properties, reaching 38 million consumers each month. Over the years they’ve collected a lot of data from all their affiliated sites, and have been doing some very interesting stuff with that data to analyze how it can improve health outcomes. They have been able to increase engagement and adherence through their platform.
Sunil Maulik moderates this panel on the latest tools that can help better the research process by making it more efficient, improving outcomes and more!
Anthony Manson, VP Sales Development at Everyday Health, demos MedPageToday.com. This website is a news service for physicians that provides a clinical perspective on the breaking medical news that their patients are reading. Watch Manson take you through a search that will give article search results very specific to a patient’s diagnosis.
Everyday Health, the leading provider of online consumer health information, offers interactive tools
that allow consumers to actively manage their health. During the last 12 months Everyday Health has
launched several leading edge applications that are changing the way consumers manage their health.
During the Health 2.0 Deep Dive, two of the applications will be demonstrated:
The Everyday Health Symptom Checker is a sophisticated yet intuitive symptom triage tool
that uses interactive video segments that respond to user input, helping consumers understand
the severity of their symptoms, recommending appropriate diagnostic tests and referring them
to speci c types of providers for care.
The Everyday Health Compliance Series is a group of interactive videos that interview consum-
ers about their level of compliance in managing chronic conditions. Each video series, which
focuses on a specific chronic condition, asks the condition sufferer about appropriate measures
for condition management and compliance. For each set of questions the consumer is provided
immediate feedback—either praise for compliance or warnings about possible consequences
of non-compliance. At the end of the session the consumer is given a summary report showing
areas of success and areas for improvement.