Joselin Linder

Joselin Linder is an author whose books include The Gamification Revolution, The Good Girl’s Guide to Living in Sin and The Best Life List. Her recent Tedx talk focused on the subject of her family gene and its subsequent vascular illness. This rare disease with only 14 known carriers has lead to a breakdown in the portal vein of her liver – however experts have assured her that her liver is otherwise “gorgeous.” Linder’s book, The Family Gene, is coming out with Harper Collins in 2015. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two dogs.

Lisa Maki – PokitDok

After a temporarily disabling accident, and months of frustrating rehabilitation, Lisa Maki founded PokitDok, a platform designed to empower members, employees, and other patients to easily and consciously shop for high-value care. Lisa comes to Health 2.0 to demo how PokitDok allows customers to cut to the chase finding affordable rates on physicians, their treatments, and services. Consumers love it because you can name your own price, and now developers are loving the new open source API!

Kent Bradley – Safeway Health

Kent is the President of Safeway Health, a subsidiary of Safeway that provides solutions that engage employees to become active health consumers and results in improved health with reduced cost. Kent is responsible for supporting Safeway’s portfolio of health care programs including both its employee and consumer wellness activities. 

Maeve O’Meara – Castlight

VP of Product Development, Maeve O’Meara joined us at the Fall Conference for a perspective on the future of innovation from the now public Castlight Health.

Kim Scheffler – Adidas

Kim Scheffler has led wearable technology development at various companies over the past 5 years, pushing the envelop in both what smart technology can do, and how it can capture data. At Health 2.0, Kim demoed Adidas’ latest innovation, MiCoach, showcasing how athletic performance can be elevated and personal health goals achieved with their newly released woven smart shirt and sports bra.

Louis Monier – Kyron

Louis was tackling big data before the term was coined. As founder and CTO of the AltaVista search engine, he is widely considered one of the fathers of Web search. Louis ran research for eBay, expanded his expertise in search and text mining at Google, and founded a number of start-ups. At Kyron he is working on moving medicine into a data-driven future by analyzing patient data collected by medical facilities, and learning patterns that lead to better outcomes. At Health 2.0 he demonstrated how a virtual clinical trial can run at the speed of a Google query.

Marcus Osborne – Walmart

Marcus is Walmart’s point man in their stated goal of increasing health care access, quality, and affordability for consumers. In health, that means new product lines like the $4 generic. Earlier in his career Marcus was at the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative and he may be the only Transylvania University grad here. But at the Fall Conference, Marcus spoke about Walmart’s new Care Clinic offering.

Margaret Laws – California Healthcare Foundation

In November 2010, CHCF introduced a $10 million innovation fund modeled on social venture capital and gave Margaret the keys to the car. Since then she has been directing programs and grant funding for projects dedicated to helping underserved communities.

 

 

Mark Winter – CareSpan

Mark brings over 30 years of experience to his new company, CareSpan, which provides direct medical care to remote populations in the United States through their unique tele health system.  Mark previously served as the executive Prize Lead for the XPRIZE Foundation and managed both the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE and Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE which are focused on catalyzing innovation in health sensing and diagnostic systems for consumers.

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Joselin Linder

Joselin Linder is an author whose books include The Gamification Revolution, The Good Girl’s Guide to Living in Sin and The Best Life List. Her recent Tedx talk focused on the subject of her family gene and its subsequent vascular illness. This rare disease with only 14 known carriers has lead to a breakdown in the portal vein of her liver – however experts have assured her that her liver ...
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Lisa Maki – PokitDok

After a temporarily disabling accident, and months of frustrating rehabilitation, Lisa Maki founded PokitDok, a platform designed to empower members, employees, and other patients to easily and consciously shop for high-value care. Lisa comes to Health 2.0 to demo how PokitDok allows customers to cut to the chase finding affordable rates on physicians, their treatments, and services. Consumers love it because you can name your own price, and now developers are loving ...
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Kent Bradley – Safeway Health

Kent is the President of Safeway Health, a subsidiary of Safeway that provides solutions that engage employees to become active health consumers and results in improved health with reduced cost. Kent is responsible for supporting Safeway’s portfolio of health care programs including both its employee and consumer wellness activities. 

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Maeve O’Meara – Castlight

VP of Product Development, Maeve O’Meara joined us at the Fall Conference for a perspective on the future of innovation from the now public Castlight Health.

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Kim Scheffler – Adidas

Kim Scheffler has led wearable technology development at various companies over the past 5 years, pushing the envelop in both what smart technology can do, and how it can capture data. At Health 2.0, Kim demoed Adidas’ latest innovation, MiCoach, showcasing how athletic performance can be elevated and personal health goals achieved with their newly released woven smart shirt and sports bra.

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Louis Monier – Kyron

Louis was tackling big data before the term was coined. As founder and CTO of the AltaVista search engine, he is widely considered one of the fathers of Web search. Louis ran research for eBay, expanded his expertise in search and text mining at Google, and founded a number of start-ups. At Kyron he is working on moving medicine into a data-driven future by analyzing patient data collected by medical facilities, and learning patterns that lead to better outcomes. At ...
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Marcus Osborne – Walmart

Marcus is Walmart’s point man in their stated goal of increasing health care access, quality, and affordability for consumers. In health, that means new product lines like the $4 generic. Earlier in his career Marcus was at the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative and he may be the only Transylvania University grad here. But at the Fall Conference, Marcus spoke about Walmart’s new Care Clinic offering.

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Margaret Laws – California Healthcare Foundation

In November 2010, CHCF introduced a $10 million innovation fund modeled on social venture capital and gave Margaret the keys to the car. Since then she has been directing programs and grant funding for projects dedicated to helping underserved communities.

 

 

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Mark Winter – CareSpan

Mark brings over 30 years of experience to his new company, CareSpan, which provides direct medical care to remote populations in the United States through their unique tele health system.  Mark previously served as the executive Prize Lead for the XPRIZE Foundation and managed both the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE and Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE which are focused on catalyzing innovation in health sensing and diagnostic systems for consumers.

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