RedBrick Health – Health & Wellness Program

Redbrick Health uses social motivation and incentives to encourage better health and wellness choices. CMO, Eric Zimmerman shares the new social engagement platform that the company has developed for the Alliance for a Healthier Minnesota.

IBM Research – Patient-similarity Algorithms & Predictive Modeling

Dr. Chalapathy Neti, Director & Global Leader, Healthcare Transformation, IBM Research demonstrates the company’s work with patient-similarity algorithms and predictive modeling and how it affects platforms for coordination of care and payment incentives. Dr. Neti discusses the steps that IBM is taking to turn Watson from a Jeopardy winner into a healthcare powerhouse.

Traitwise – Data Collection & Visualization

Traitwise was launched at Health 2.0 San Francisco 2010. Here, Chief architect and scientist, Zach Simpson, shows the progress Traitwise made in just six months. Learn how data is collected to find unexpected correlations and patterns, and watch a visualization of the findings.

23andme – Personal Genome Analysis

Marisa Nelson demonstrates 23andme, a direct-to-consumer DNA testing service that allows anyone to analyze and learn about their personal genome. Learn how 23andme is tapping into patient advocacy groups and the ever-growing world of online communities to expand the research pool for rare diseases.

Genomera – DIY Genomics

CEO Greg Biggers demos Genomera’s online platform for open crowd-source health studies. Providing a space for individuals to create, conduct and participate in studies, Genomera is sparking social engagement in this field and changing how research is conducted and analyzed.

Fireside Chat with Stephen Downs and Nikolai Kirienko

As part of the Health 2.0 Fireside Chats, Stephen Downs talks to Nikolai Kirienko, Crohnology MD one of Project HealthDesign’s grantees on a mind-blowing personal story of how capturing data via patient narrative saved his life.

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RedBrick Health – Health & Wellness Program

Redbrick Health uses social motivation and incentives to encourage better health and wellness choices. CMO, Eric Zimmerman shares the new social engagement platform that the company has developed for the Alliance for a Healthier Minnesota.

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IBM Research – Patient-similarity Algorithms & Predicti ...

Dr. Chalapathy Neti, Director & Global Leader, Healthcare Transformation, IBM Research demonstrates the company’s work with patient-similarity algorithms and predictive modeling and how it affects platforms for coordination of care and payment incentives. Dr. Neti discusses the steps that IBM is taking to turn Watson from a Jeopardy winner into a healthcare powerhouse.

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Traitwise – Data Collection & Visualization

Traitwise was launched at Health 2.0 San Francisco 2010. Here, Chief architect and scientist, Zach Simpson, shows the progress Traitwise made in just six months. Learn how data is collected to find unexpected correlations and patterns, and watch a visualization of the findings.

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23andme – Personal Genome Analysis

Marisa Nelson demonstrates 23andme, a direct-to-consumer DNA testing service that allows anyone to analyze and learn about their personal genome. Learn how 23andme is tapping into patient advocacy groups and the ever-growing world of online communities to expand the research pool for rare diseases.

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Genomera – DIY Genomics

CEO Greg Biggers demos Genomera’s online platform for open crowd-source health studies. Providing a space for individuals to create, conduct and participate in studies, Genomera is sparking social engagement in this field and changing how research is conducted and analyzed.

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Fireside Chat with Stephen Downs and Nikolai Kirienko

As part of the Health 2.0 Fireside Chats, Stephen Downs talks to Nikolai Kirienko, Crohnology MD one of Project HealthDesign’s grantees on a mind-blowing personal story of how capturing data via patient narrative saved his life.

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