Intel presents a premier case study from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association which illustrates the best practices to building a successful API Program in any industry.
Anuj Desai presents the creative and collaborative work that the New York eHealth Collaborative is doing to build an data ecosystem that allows for collaboration of care. Anne Marie Biernacki illustrates the real life application of Desai’s work when her company applied SHIN-NY data and resources to medication adherence/comprehension problems.
Hear from Joe Rago about how Walgreens is contributing to the growing ehealth community. By opening their API’s and giving attention to not only consumers but also third party developers, Walgreens is actively attempting to improve medication adherence and the health status of their customers.
In this session, the AchieveMint team shows developers how rewarding their users for healthy activities can drive new downloads and increase engagement.
This session by BodyMedia addresses the technology underlying wearable body monitors, the strategy being used to drive adoption, and its vision for utilizing new sensor and wearable technology in future products.
Ethan Prater, Brad Weinberg, Joe DeLuca and John Mattison critique the idea of a health care “villain,” consequences of fee for service care, our approach in changing and improving the health care system and more questions on our current system of health care delivery, cost and care.
The convergence of big data, cloud, analytics, and wearable tech is poised to set business processes and communications on a trajectory of massive change. Conscious of this technology trend, Michael Holmlund, marketing manager at Plantronics provides insight on how new companies can leverage Plantronics open APIs to deliver contextually aware solutions today, and get their hands on new development tools that will help them stay ahead of the curve.
Brad Weinberg of Blueprint Health outlines what makes an attractive health technology company in the eyes of potential investors and how new companies can improve their marketability.
Joe DeLuca addresses the investment side of health technology company development, touching on trends in consumerization, the importance of having a measurable path for a product, and the role of statisticians in our big data world.