Kaiser Permanente – Anatomy of the Beast

Listen as John Mattison outlines five key problems with the current health care system and the importance of saving costs while inspiring health care change.

Employers 2.0: Kaiser Permenante

Nancy leads the team which manages the relationships for 150 of Kaiser Permanente’s largest national customers. That means she deals with large employers providing unique insights and solutions to their employees’ health and wellness problems. Oh and by the way, she works for one of the largest and most innovative employers out there herself!

Employers 2.0: Employee Wellness Programs

Ever wonder what other employees are doing to keep health costs low while encouraging healthy habits, friendly co-worker competition and more? We’ve brought together a group to discuss the technology behind their wellness program and some will even bring along a client to discuss their experiences.

Sponsored Track Panel: Power of big data to solve real-world health care challenges

Panel to discuss 1) current and future challenges for health care organizations to leverage data to meet quality and financial objectives, 2) how data-driven insights can be achieved using large-scale computing and modern data mining techniques, 3) real-world use cases for Big Data Analytics.

Customers

Charles Saunders, Head of Strategic Diversification, Aetna
Thomas Vanderheyden, VP of Emerging Business Group, UnitedHealth Group
Wendy Mayer, VP of Worldwide Innovation, Pfizer
Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente
In a tribute to end the two days of discussions about scaling, partnering, and commercializing Health 2.0, we heard from two of the biggest “post-insurers”, one of the biggest pharma companies, and America’s leading delivery system.

Interview with Sean Chai

Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente
Sean’s current focus is to drive health care and client-focused innovation across KP, which of course has its own claims to being among the first to use IT at scale in American health care. KP is using 2012 to expand work in connected care, mHealth, gamificaiton, telehealth, smart homes, and other forms of interactive patient care. Previously responsible for KP’s offshore operations, KP’s Innovation Labs, and Mobility Innovation Labs, Sean is a computer scientist who had stints at Telephia, Navisite, Agilent, HP and IBM before becoming sucked into the mire of health care IT.

Keynote – Jonathan Bush

Jonathan Bush, Founder, Athenahealth
Jonathan has made quite a name for himself since founding Athenahealth with Todd Park—who’s of course now Federal CTO. Athenahealth’s products include not only the biggest cloud-based practice management system, AthenaCollector, but also Clinicals (EMR), Communicator (patient messaging) and Coordinator (care transitions). In the spirit of this conference, while Athena has grown its core cloud services, the last two products came by purchasing other technology vendors. We all know about Jonathan’s outspoken nature, his criticism of basically everyone in health IT, ONC–who knows where else, and many of you have seen him poking fun at the industry–and himself–at his annual HISSies presentation. However, it was very different in 1997 when Jonathan and Todd decided to set up an OBGYN clinic. Right now, you’re going to hear a whole lot about Athena’s journey from start-up to their $2.5 billion in market cap, including what partnerships and tactics worked and what didn’t. Yes, this is going to be fun.

Payers and Health 2.0

Speakers on this panel include Adam LeeChris OhmanDaniel KoganFred GoldsteinIngrid LindbergJerry ReevesKarl UlfersMohan Nair, and Nathan A. Moracco. Coming together to discuss money in the health care system, the diversity of the panel brings a wide range of medical management perspectives. 

Wellness 2.0, Prevention, Exercise & Food

One area where Health 2.0 technologies show great promise and some early market penetration is in tools for wellness. Employers, consumers, and even Medicare are now paying for programs and services that don’t look like traditional medical care, but may have great benefits. But in a world in which the food supply, and the physical and social environment seem to be programming us for obesity, what can the Health 2.0 community do? We take a closer look at how Health 2.0 tools can become part of the fabric for better micro and macro-decisions about food and healthy behaviors, with a special focus on how we can make a real contribution to ending childhood obesity.

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Kaiser Permanente – Anatomy of the Beast

Listen as John Mattison outlines five key problems with the current health care system and the importance of saving costs while inspiring health care change.

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Employers 2.0: Kaiser Permenante

Nancy leads the team which manages the relationships for 150 of Kaiser Permanente’s largest national customers. That means she deals with large employers providing unique insights and solutions to their employees’ health and wellness problems. Oh and by the way, she works for one of the largest and most innovative employers out there herself!

health 2.0 SF

Employers 2.0: Employee Wellness Programs

Ever wonder what other employees are doing to keep health costs low while encouraging healthy habits, friendly co-worker competition and more? We’ve brought together a group to discuss the technology behind their wellness program and some will even bring along a client to discuss their experiences.

bigdata

Sponsored Track Panel: Power of big data to solve real-world heal ...

Panel to discuss 1) current and future challenges for health care organizations to leverage data to meet quality and financial objectives, 2) how data-driven insights can be achieved using large-scale computing and modern data mining techniques, 3) real-world use cases for Big Data Analytics.

customers

Customers

Charles Saunders, Head of Strategic Diversification, Aetna Thomas Vanderheyden, VP of Emerging Business Group, UnitedHealth Group Wendy Mayer, VP of Worldwide Innovation, Pfizer Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente In a tribute to end the two days of discussions about scaling, partnering, and commercializing Health 2.0, we heard from two of the biggest "post-insurers", one of the biggest pharma com ...
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Interview with Sean Chai

Sean Chai, Director of Innovation Technology, Kaiser Permanente Sean’s current focus is to drive health care and client-focused innovation across KP, which of course has its own claims to being among the first to use IT at scale in American health care. KP is using 2012 to expand work in connected care, mHealth, gamificaiton, telehealth, smart homes, and other forms of interactive patient care. Previously responsible for KP’s offshore operations, KP’s Innovation Labs, and ...
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Keynote – Jonathan Bush

Jonathan Bush, Founder, Athenahealth Jonathan has made quite a name for himself since founding Athenahealth with Todd Park—who’s of course now Federal CTO. Athenahealth’s products include not only the biggest cloud-based practice management system, AthenaCollector, but also Clinicals (EMR), Communicator (patient messaging) and Coordinator (care transitions). In the spirit of this conference, while Athena has grown its core cloud services, the last two products came by pur ...
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Payers and Health 2.0

Speakers on this panel include Adam LeeChris OhmanDaniel KoganFred GoldsteinIngrid LindbergJerry ReevesKarl UlfersMohan Nair, and Na ...
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Wellness 2.0, Prevention, Exercise & Food

One area where Health 2.0 technologies show great promise and some early market penetration is in tools for wellness. Employers, consumers, and even Medicare are now paying for programs and services that don’t look like traditional medical care, but may have great benefits. But in a world in which the food supply, and the physical and social environment seem to be programming us for obesity, what can the Health 2.0 community do? We take a closer look at how Health 2.0 tools can become part of ...