Gregory Gilman, CEO, RxVantage
With RxVantage physicians can regain control over their schedules with pharmaceutical companies. Appointments can be listed online so that pharma reps can see exactly when doctors are available to see them, and book time. For doctors, they can research which reps work with which prescriptions, to help them set up appointments with reps when necessary.
Aneesh Chopra, United States Chief Technology Officer
Aneesh Chopra gives the keynote talk at the San Francisco 2009 Health 2.0 conference.
Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well
Roy walks us through American Well’s system of connecting providers and patients through an online database, cataloging patient’s health records, physician availability, and appointments. Before each appointment a physician would be able to view the patient’s entire health history.
Paul Abramson, Hello Health
Paul demonstrates how Hello Health can connect a patient with their doctor through an online platform. Using the immediacy of instant messaging, patients can receive immediate advice and recommendations when symptoms take a turn, or as a follow up after medical care.
Karl Ulfers, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Optum Health
Using data to drive insights that are meaningful to consumers. Pulling analytics from pharmacies, labs, and health care data, Optum condenses information into one location where medical professionals and consumers can make the best informed decisions about health care plans and physicians.
Fred Goldstein, President, U.S. Preventative Medicine
U.S. Preventive Medicine acquired Fred and his disease management company in 2007. Since then Fred has been getting great results for employers offering The Prevention Plan. It’s also working for Fred who’s now looking more like the high-school gymnast he used to be!
Adam Lee, Group Project Manager, Quicken Health Group, Intuit
We saw the preview in 2008, but now Quicken Health is in production, is live with Cigna and soon will be up at United and Medical Mutual of Ohio. Adam is in charge of the product strategy, and prior to Intuit was at healthcare supplier exchange Neoforma.