Chris Johnson, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, Performance Clinical
An MD with a Harvard Public Health degree, Chris has turned 4 years of experience installing CPOE systems into Performance Clinical, which improves performance through clinical checklists. It’s a SaaS-based presentation layer for order sets that’s already running (and thrilling the staff) in the cash-strapped Alameda County Medical Center.
Matthew Browning, CEO, YourNurseIsOn.com
YourNurseIsOn is designed to fix a widespread problem: How do you easily alert trusted nurses that there are hospital shifts available, without either paying an agency a fortune or wasting hours of staff time on the phone? Matthew is not only a savvy technologist but also an interesting combination of a nurse, husband, father, warrior, healer and gardener.
On this panel a wide collection of medical professionals come together to discuss the latest technology for hospitals, and explain how their companies are seeking to improve efficiency and medical performance. Panelists include Matthew Browning (CEO, YourNurseIsOn.com(, Chris Johnson (Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, Performance Clinical), Terry Douglas (Executive Director, Marketing Strategy, RelayHealth), Rick Leach (Senior Vice President and General Manager, Health Solutions, A.D.A.M), David Beyer (Co-Founder & CEO, Corte), and Alex van Klaveren (CEO, MedicExchange).
Having spent time at Janssen Pharma, Ace started Medical Insight to help consumers find the health-appropriate information for them. In the process he’s created a remarkable search engine, scanning Japanese user-generated health content. Here he’ll discuss his process and showcase its usability.
Roberto is a physician who leads Publicis Healthware, but here he shows us PagineMediche.it. Founded in 2001, it now has more than 90% of Italian physicians represented and 650,000 visits a month—and a fascinating Q&A format.
Nandu may have that classic two years at Goldman Sachs, two years at Harvard Business School pedigree that’s all the rage—but he also was in the Peace Corps, was a TED Fellow, and now with mDhil he’s using SMS scratch cards to create mini-health records in India and elsewhere in the developing world.
Nathan’s an accidental entrepreneur who jointly invented the gyrowheel (a better replacement for training wheels) in engineering class. Now based in India he’s using the ubiquity of SMS to solve an equally galling problem—the high levels of counterfeit drugs in developing countries.
Along with MedPeer colleagues Yo Iwami and Takeru Hiki, Tosh is highly involved in Health 2.0—leading the Tokyo chapter. MedPeer is the leading online physician community in Japan. And yes, early stage discussions about Health 2.0 Japan are in the works. Stay tuned!
In this panel a group of medical professionals from around the world come together to discuss their respective companies, and how health tools and modules differ in various parts of the globe. Panelists include Roberto Ascione (President, Publicis Healthware & Founder, Paginemediche.it), Tosh Wakimaru (General Manager, MedPee), Nathan J. Sigworth (CEO, PharmaSecure), Nandu Madhava (CEO and Founder, mDhi), and Eisuke Suzuki (CEO, Medical Insight).