Jacob Reider began his career in health care in the clinical setting as a family physician. 20 years later, after expanding his leadership roles into nearly all facets of the health IT domain – from small start-up companies to academic facilities, primary care medical groups, and large health IT development organizations, Jacob had developed a solid standing in digital health. At Health 2.0 he is leading an open forum ONC TownHall and providing expert commentary on the latest forms of care delivery.
With more than 14 years of experience in providing expedient emergency care, Jalil realizes the importance of helping patients better understand their own health and wellness which is why he created Symptify which guides the user through a series of questions to find the most likely cause of their symptoms, while also helping them find and check-in to the nearest medical facility.
As founder of one of the best blogs in health care- Health Populi, and contributor to iHealthbeat, Jane has asserted her voice as one of the most knowledgeable and respected in health care. Addressing topics from policy, to patient empowerment, to online mental health care services, Jane has developed a varied portfolio of investigation. Recently she expanded her research to explore health care marketplaces and at mHealth Summit she’s sharing her insights and findings on her paper “The Health Care Automat” written for the California HealthCare Foundation that examines the impact of these emerging consumer centered markets. Keep an eye out for the secret service because we think this may be one session President Obama won’t want to miss out on.
James Thompson’s experience working with the brain spans over 15 years, specializing in sports related injury – and the different injury treatment options, and rehabilitation strategies. Building from this experience, James has begun to take his work one step further by developing a wearable headset and watch that captures not only your heart rate but your brain waves as well. With these two sensors, Evoke Neuroscience produces meaningful visualizations of your focus, attention, and stress in order to better understand brain and heart health.
Jim Taschetta, CMO of iHealthLabs explores how smart and connected devices can take the burden out of everything from blood glucose to blood pressure tracking.
Jonah Comstock is a Writer and Associate Editor at MobiHealthNews. An alumnus of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and The College of Wooster, Jonah has previously written for Psychology Today and the Columbia Journalism Review. He joins Health 2.0 for the first time for a sit down interview with Ryan Howard of Practice Fusion.
Jonathan is co-founder and CEO of Spire, the first wearable to track both movement and state of mind throughout the day. At Health 2.0, Jonathan demoed how the Spire monitors and alerts the wearer to increased stress, and shortness of breath in order to encourage better mental and physical health.
Jon has a BA in Russian language and Computer Science from St. Olaf College. He has been a health care entrepreneur for over 15 years and has lost all the hair to prove it. When not disrupting care delivery, Jon can be found running and biking through St. Paul with his wife and son.
Sypase mines patient data from diagnosis and treatment records across the larger patient population, and then provides custom decision support for physicians by comparing similar patients’ genetic profiles. Jonathan told us how they’ve integrated pharmaceutical data and about their new big partnerships.