MyHealthDIRECT – Healthcare Scheduling Exchange

Jay Mason, President & Co-founder, MyHealthDIRECT

After years in insurance and starting a nationwide complementary care network, Jay founded MyHealthDIRECT in 2005. It took him a couple of years to convince people that an appointment scheduling system for Medicaid providers and community clinics was a viable proposition, but you’ll see today that it both does good and makes business sense. There’s similar idealistic vision behind Jay’s work in his support of Christian education and charities in the US, and in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

GiveForward – Online Fundraising for Medical Expenses

Ethan Austin, Co-Founder, GiveForward

After fundraising online for a charity marathon, Ethan began to wonder what other causes the same  tools could be used for. He then met Desiree Wrigley who was looking for a partner to do the same thing. GiveForward is the result. It helps people create an online fundraising page, and most people use it as a tool to get help with medical expenses.

SoloHealth – Empowering Consumers to Take Charge of Their Health

Bart Foster, Founder & CEO, SoloHealth

Bart has a background of being entrepreneurial with big companies (Novartis, Kellogs), but SoloHealth is a start-up on a mission to put thousands of its self-service networked diagnostic units in retail stores across America. You can check (and get educated about) your weight, vision, blood pressure and more. Is this a glimpse into the future of automated routine primary care? Here Bart shows us SoloHealth for the first time.

Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Code-a-thon

See what’s been built in a day (or so) by some sharp teams of developers from around the United States as part of the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.

Winner of the Enabling Community Use of Data for Cancer Prevention and Control Challenge

An introduction to the challenge by the Abdul Shaikh of the National Cancer Institute, and a description of the winning submission.

Winner of the myHealthyPeople Challenge

An introduction to the myHealthPeople Challenge and a presentation by the winner, Curtis Pond, IQ Solutions

Winner of the Analyze This! Challenge

An introduction to the Analyze This! Challenge, sponsored by Microsoft Azure DataMarket & Practice Fusion, with a presentation by the winner John Schrom of Epicenter Project.

Winner of the AHA Food Find Challenge

An introduction to the American Heart Association Food Find challenge by Kristi Miller Durazo, and a presentation by the winner Jiten Chabbra, Food Swapper.

Exposing Variation in Maternity Care Challenge Winner

An introduction by the challenge sponsor, Childbirth Connection, and a presentation from the winner, Damien Leri, Big Yellow Star.

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MyHealthDIRECT – Healthcare Scheduling Exchange

Jay Mason, President & Co-founder, MyHealthDIRECT After years in insurance and starting a nationwide complementary care network, Jay founded MyHealthDIRECT in 2005. It took him a couple of years to convince people that an appointment scheduling system for Medicaid providers and community clinics was a viable proposition, but you’ll see today that it both does good and makes business sense. There’s similar idealistic vision behind Jay’s work in his support of Christi ...
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GiveForward – Online Fundraising for Medical Expenses

Ethan Austin, Co-Founder, GiveForward

After fundraising online for a charity marathon, Ethan began to wonder what other causes the same  tools could be used for. He then met Desiree Wrigley who was looking for a partner to do the same thing. GiveForward is the result. It helps people create an online fundraising page, and most people use it as a tool to get help with medical expenses.

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SoloHealth – Empowering Consumers to Take Charge of Their H ...

Bart Foster, Founder & CEO, SoloHealth

Bart has a background of being entrepreneurial with big companies (Novartis, Kellogs), but SoloHealth is a start-up on a mission to put thousands of its self-service networked diagnostic units in retail stores across America. You can check (and get educated about) your weight, vision, blood pressure and more. Is this a glimpse into the future of automated routine primary care? Here Bart shows us SoloHealth for the first time.

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Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Code-a-thon

See what’s been built in a day (or so) by some sharp teams of developers from around the United States as part of the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge.

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Winner of the Enabling Community Use of Data for Cancer Preventio ...

An introduction to the challenge by the Abdul Shaikh of the National Cancer Institute, and a description of the winning submission.

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Winner of the myHealthyPeople Challenge

An introduction to the myHealthPeople Challenge and a presentation by the winner, Curtis Pond, IQ Solutions

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Winner of the Analyze This! Challenge

An introduction to the Analyze This! Challenge, sponsored by Microsoft Azure DataMarket & Practice Fusion, with a presentation by the winner John Schrom of Epicenter Project.

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Winner of the AHA Food Find Challenge

An introduction to the American Heart Association Food Find challenge by Kristi Miller Durazo, and a presentation by the winner Jiten Chabbra, Food Swapper.

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Exposing Variation in Maternity Care Challenge Winner

An introduction by the challenge sponsor, Childbirth Connection, and a presentation from the winner, Damien Leri, Big Yellow Star.