Sidney Baker, Founder, Autism 360
After four decades of research and treatment, Sidney has some strong views about what Autism is, what it’s not, and how to understand it. Autism360 is the tool he built to collect narrative, offer treatment programs. Catering to the individuality of the autism spectrum, Sidney demonstrates here how Autism 360 can help you track your child’s personal progresses, and answer the question “What are the best treatment options for my child?”
Dr. Alan Greene is a pediatrician who founded the Society for Participatory Medicine that is based on the power of changing health when people connecting. Greene moderates this panel of six demos from companies with exciting tools that utilize crowdsourcing and social media, including: WebCommunications, EURORDIS, CureTogether, Alliance Health, iMobileWellness, Autism360, and Inspire.
Douglas Trauner, CEO and Founder, TheCarrot.com
TheCarrot is easy-to-use tool for consumers to track their health activity. From being a winner of the first Launch! to being featured as the tool Matthew Holt struggled to track his activities on in last year’s patient video, Doug’s back to show us TheCarrot.com’s new modules for employee and health plan member care improvement.
Amir’s been at Health 2.0 since the start and before, when his company Softwatch ran one of the first online MS communities. Now Wellness Layers, which runs communities on many branded sites like Nutrisweet, is moving into the high-end employee wellness world, with a branded wellness solution for EHE international. In this demo Amir presents a solution called MeWeInfo, which combines and integrates personal plans, apps, and social networking.
Lindsey Volckmann, Director, Business Development, Keas
We featured a preview of Keas in 2008 and their official Launch in 2009. An employee wellness program, Keas uses team-based competition to drives engagement, which yields better results and increases morale. Here Lindsey introduces the Keas program, and explains why it is so successful.
Fred Goldstein, President, US Preventive 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, which aims to prevent huge health issues before they occur. US Preventative Medicine enables individuals to determine their top health risks and receive a customized plan and coaching from nurses to lower those risks and become healthier. It’s also working for Fred – who’s now looking more like the high-school gymnast he used to be!
Jenifer Benz is the founder and CEO of Benz Communications, a company helping employers communicate healthcare benefits to their employees. Benz moderates a panel of product demos for a range of tools related to physical and behavioral health benefits. Tools include: The Prevention Plan demoed by US Preventative Medicine, EHE&Me demoed by Wellness Layer, TheCarrot, a product that Keas created in collaboration with Healthwise, and AbilTo.
Peter Tierney, Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape (Physician’s Interactive)
Skyscape integrates hundreds of reference sources—offered in its online book-store—across all kinds of mobile devices. As Skyscape’s head of Engineering and now running mobile solutions for parent company Physician’s Interactive, Peter’s in charge of the complex integration. In this video Peter shows the foundation of the app, and how it can be used as a quick reference guide pulling data from over 600 resources.
Russell Olsen, Director of Product Management, Provider Services, Phytel
Phytel was at Health 2.0 in 209, showing their physician registry call service. Phytel’s CEO Steve Schelhammer founded and sold Accordant, one of the first major disease management players. Russell is here in 2010 to show the radical makeover the technology has had, turning it into almost a mission control for care management.