John Smith, COO, USquared Interactive
With over 25 years of healthcare experience, John has contributed significantly to the deployment of Beating the Blues in the UK, The Netherlands, New Zealand and Northern Ireland.
Indu Subaiya, CEO & Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman, Health 2.0
Matthew and Indu wrapped up the last two days of Spring Fling: Matchpoint in Boston, and offered a sneak peak into San Francisco 2012.
Neil Agate, COO, Kinergy Health
Kinergy Health COO, Neil Agate, debuted MyKinergy which provides management and communication putting the patient and their caregivers at the center of a secure, private network with health care managers, facilities, and other family members.
Mitch Rothschild, CEO, Vitals
After a career in direct marketing, Mitch started Vitals, which combines information about physicians from many sources. It has been a top destination for physician search and rating for several years, having first been at Health 2.0 in 2008. Since then, Vitals has moved to the next level by allowing physicians to add their own information and by building multiple partnerships which helps physicians and patients from other sites and vice-versa. Mitch shared about some of their current partnerships and work.
Brian French, Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP
Brian regularly advises health care organizations and drug and device companies on a wide range of compliance matters, including issues involving consulting arrangements, charitable donations, medical research, field sales activities, the Physician Payment Sunshine Act, state gift ban and payment disclosure laws, and reportable events under Corporate Integrity Agreements.
Neilesh Patel, CEO, HealthSouk
HealthSouk CEO Neilesh Patel and COO Neal Reiter, demonstrated how a patient could use HealthSouk’s website to perform a detailed search for health care services, prices and ratings. We also observed how physicians could set available times, prices, and confirm appointments.
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.
Meg McCabe, VP of Consumer Marketing and Product, Aetna
Meg McCabe leads Consumer Solutions within Aetna’s new Emerging Businesses Unit, headed by Chuck Saunder. She has been working on consumer strategy for Aetna since 2003 including the launching of a differentiated suite of care management solutions (Aetna Health Connections), Aetna’s first enterprise mobile app, an industry leading PHR, and getting Aetna into social media technologies. Meg has many local connections with stints in corporate strategy at Tufts Health Plan, Boston-based Parthenon Group, and she’s a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wellesley College.