Health 2.0 Demo – Berlin 2011

Health 2.0 is expanding beyond conferences, providing news and video content, running Developer Challenges and a slew of other projects are in the works. Matthew Holt walks us through all the Health 2.0 content, events and apps available.

Q&A with DrEd and iDoc24

Amit Khutti, Managing Director, DrEd and Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO, iDoc24 discuss and field questions from our panel about telehealth and being a doctor online.

DrEd – Real Time Online Perscriptions

Amit Khutti, Managing Director, DrEd

DrED is a new online service in which real UK primary care doctors prescribe real medicines in real time, with the intention of making life much more convenient for patients. Amit demonstrates the front-end patient web application that collects the right information so the physician can authorize a prescription.

iDoc24 – Remote Dermatology Exams

Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO, iDoc24

iDoc24 started in the STING (Stockholm innovation and growth) incubator in 2009 and took home first place in the Mobile Healthcare University Challenge at last year’s mHealth Summit in London. So what does a spine surgeon design for iDoc24’s first health application? A remote dermatology exam of course! The product contains a front end mobile application for the patient and an online back-end for the physician. Alexander walks us through the interface and how these two portals provide care.

Q&A with Drimpy and Doktorsitesi

Robert Halkes, Drimpy, and Erden Asena, doktorsitesi, discuss and field questions from our expert panel on how to combine the social features with practice management and EHRs.

Drimpy – A Social EHR

Robert Halkes, Senior Consultant, Drimpy

Drimpy is a comprehensive platform launched this year which combines a patient’s health record and journal with a network and the ability to communicate with doctors, health professionals, and other patients. It’s being piloted in an Amsterdam hospital with a trial with an insurance company about to start, and Rob and CEO Arnold Breukhoven have big plans for its future. This video outlines some of the key functionality that makes Drimpy special.

doktorsitesi – Turkey’s Biggest Health Platform

Erden Asena, CEO & Founder, doktorsitesi

The biggest health platform in Turkey, doktorsitesi allows consumers to share their experiences, ask advice and make appointments. Physicians use the site to respond to consumer questions and inquiries.

Q&A with Healthloop and HealthUnlocked

Simon Brownleader and Matt Jameson Evans field questions from our expert panel about their different approaches to follow-up and the physician-patient communication.

HealthUnlocked – A Patient-Clinician Support Platform

Matt Jameson Evans, Chairman, HealthUnlocked

HealthUnlocked is an online patient-clinician support platform that tracks individual and group health care experiences. It allows patients to communicate with physicians and with each other in communities working with several patient charities (for which we’ll have to wait!).

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Health 2.0 Demo – Berlin 2011

Health 2.0 is expanding beyond conferences, providing news and video content, running Developer Challenges and a slew of other projects are in the works. Matthew Holt walks us through all the Health 2.0 content, events and apps available.

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Q&A with DrEd and iDoc24

Amit Khutti, Managing Director, DrEd and Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO, iDoc24 discuss and field questions from our panel about telehealth and being a doctor online.

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DrEd – Real Time Online Perscriptions

Amit Khutti, Managing Director, DrEd

DrED is a new online service in which real UK primary care doctors prescribe real medicines in real time, with the intention of making life much more convenient for patients. Amit demonstrates the front-end patient web application that collects the right information so the physician can authorize a prescription.

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iDoc24 – Remote Dermatology Exams

Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO, iDoc24 iDoc24 started in the STING (Stockholm innovation and growth) incubator in 2009 and took home first place in the Mobile Healthcare University Challenge at last year’s mHealth Summit in London. So what does a spine surgeon design for iDoc24’s first health application? A remote dermatology exam of course! The product contains a front end mobile application for the patient and an online back-end for the physician. Alexander walks u ...
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Q&A with Drimpy and Doktorsitesi

Robert Halkes, Drimpy, and Erden Asena, doktorsitesi, discuss and field questions from our expert panel on how to combine the social features with practice management and EHRs.

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Drimpy – A Social EHR

Robert Halkes, Senior Consultant, Drimpy Drimpy is a comprehensive platform launched this year which combines a patient’s health record and journal with a network and the ability to communicate with doctors, health professionals, and other patients. It’s being piloted in an Amsterdam hospital with a trial with an insurance company about to start, and Rob and CEO Arnold Breukhoven have big plans for its future. This video outlines some of the key functionality that makes D ...
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doktorsitesi – Turkey’s Biggest Health Platform

Erden Asena, CEO & Founder, doktorsitesi

The biggest health platform in Turkey, doktorsitesi allows consumers to share their experiences, ask advice and make appointments. Physicians use the site to respond to consumer questions and inquiries.

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Q&A with Healthloop and HealthUnlocked

Simon Brownleader and Matt Jameson Evans field questions from our expert panel about their different approaches to follow-up and the physician-patient communication.

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HealthUnlocked – A Patient-Clinician Support Platform

Matt Jameson Evans, Chairman, HealthUnlocked

HealthUnlocked is an online patient-clinician support platform that tracks individual and group health care experiences. It allows patients to communicate with physicians and with each other in communities working with several patient charities (for which we’ll have to wait!).