SVP of Health 2.0 Jean-Luc Neptune announced the winners of the recent San Francisco code-a-thon. The two day event was sponsored by the office of the National Coordinator and Optum. The winners, Team Edge Interns, successfully addressed the theme of “power to the patient”, helping patients understand their health data and benefits through their platform “Mind Mentor.” Mind Mentor addresses the stigma of psychiatric care such as surveys and the like.
The Health 2.0 team from New York explained what they do as the Developer Challenge Team; essentially making it easy for sponsor organizations to run innovation competitions. They spoke of commercialization through Pilot Health Tech NYC, product development with Allscripts, and their collaboration with Blue Button Co-Design.
Dr. Robin Berzin from Health 2.0 and Sidney Slover of LearnItLive speak about the new online learning center they are launching which connects digital health enthusiasts everywhere through comprehensive, real-time, interactive online classes.
Indu Subaiya discusses the 7 deadly sins: 1) Too much testing, 2) Gooey hospital charges, 3) Bossy intermediaries, 4) No one understands PBMs, 5) EMRs don’t share, 6) It’s (not quite) my data, 7) Don’t go gently into good night.
Health 2.0 Co-Founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt welcome the Health 2.0 community as they discuss several new trends over the past year.
Robin Berzin along with Adam Rosante, and Polina Hanin, introduce the new consumer facing event of Health 2.0, Health Interactive. The November 2nd event in Santa Monica includes live fitness and cooking classes, along with speakers and exhibits.
Matthew Holt discusses the changing world of health care and the steps he believes we should be taking to adapt to this new system. Trends include data mobility, trackers, and usability of EMRs to connect consumers and Professionals.
Health 2.0 CEO Indu Subaiya kicks off Health:Refactored with a throwback to the the first Health 2.0 Hackathon and how Developer Challenges have grown since. She discusses how Health:Refactored was designed as a collaboration bridge between designers, developers and health care professionals. The event is a culmination of the Developer Challenges, Code-a-thons and the inaugural World Cup which took place in 2012 in San Francisco.
Microsoft and Health 2.0 team up to review the history of Microsoft and the goals and evaluation criteria for this developer challenge.