David Duncan and Matthew Holt provide a quick summary of the United States health care system, touching on spending distribution, quality of care v.s. cost, the major players operating within the health care system, and possible solutions to our national spending problem.
Matthew Holt covers Medicare, Medicaid and how the Affordable Care Act is changing the status quo in today’s health care system.
Sean Mehra, Tim Roberts and Edbury Enegren respond to questions about web design, HTML5, the design process and data analytic tools.
Health 2.0’s Lead Developer, Edbury Enegren maintains the relevancy of Responsive Design in his talk, “4 Bogus Arguments Against Responsive Design.”
Julia Winn, Alessio Signorini, Dan Kogan, Kevin Callahan and Dave Fauth respond to questions about open source data, specific or exploratory data analysis, and analysis tools/scientific computing frameworks.
Daniel Kogan illustrates the power of the patient experience in improving health treatments and care. By analyzing patient reviews of practitioners and asking the right questions, Kogan creates data that empowers the patient while providing an easy solution to a complex problem.
Pascal and Matthew will give you some thoughts about Health 2.0 in Europe and there will probably be a surprise or two in store.
Oddly enough there are some things we’d rather post on Facebook than talk about with people around us. Sexual health, mental health, addictions: we call these “unmentionables”. This session showcases a wide range of tools and apps designed to help with our health taboos.
A collection of product demos that help people motivate to get fit, get moving and get healthy!