Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio
Apixio is doing something that’s at once a little bit different and totally obvious in the Health 2.0 world. They’ve created a search engine for data in clinical records. You might be surprised to know that it takes an astrophysicist to do that, and yes Bob is one. In this video he demonstrates Apixio’s missino to improve healthcare by providing instant access to relevant clinical information, anywhere.
Chaim Indig, CEO, Phreesia
Chaim started Phreesia his Manhattan apartment. Some $30+ million in VC funds later, those orange web pads are spreading in physicians’ offices across the nation, streamlining the clipboard process, helping educate patients, and collecting their co-pays. We think it’s Chaim’s fifth time at Health 2.0, but who’s counting? Here Chaim demonstrates the ease of usability of Phreesia, and the benefits of using it in a doctor’s office.
Albert Santalo, President and CEO, CareCloud
CareCloud is a new practice-management system launched in 2010 year by Albert, a health care revenue cycle veteran. They were a winner at IBMs SmartCamp Silicon Valley (even though they’re based in Miami), and they have one of the cleanest UIs we’ve seen. CareCloud’s goal is to give physicians the technological freedom to focus more on their patients, and less on their old software systems.
Eran’s a physical therapist who was frustrated that he didn’t have time to properly educate his patients. Info-Surge is a new patient education platform that allows doctors to deliver appropriate materials directly to patients.
How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).
Doug Evans, President, PresidioHealth & Sam Pejham, CEO, Asthma MD
Doug, an ED doc, has been making applications since 2004 for workflow and charge capture for hospital-based physicians. Sam is a pediatrician with an iPhone app that helps parents and kids control asthma. What you’ll see today is a harbinger of Health 2.0’s future; information is shared by the physician with the patient’s AsthmaMD app, and then the patient’s records are reported back to Presidio. It’s cloud computing and API integration, creating healthcare savings and better care for patients.
Dan Bernstein, CEO, Medic8Manager
Dan’s a veteran UI designer who realized how hard it was for patients to manage their drugs when his mother-in-law was diagnosed with cancer. Personal Caregiver is the result, and it’s a had a successful introduction both on the app store and in trials among pharmacists at the University of Illinois. Here Dan demonstrates how easy it is to use, and how healthcare at home can be improved through technology such as this application.
Gena Cook, CEO, Navigating Cancer
After stints at McKesson and Oncology Therapeutics Network, Gena started Navigating Cancer to give patients specific tools to manage their care, get exact information, and coordinate with their clinic’s workflow. Here Gena gives us a glance into some specific patients’ health situations and how they use Navigating Cancer to streamline their care.
Founder of THINK-Health, columnist for iHealthbeat, blogger for Health Populi, and “health economist” Jane Sarasohn-Kahn moderates a panel chalk full with knowledgeable individuals whose solutions address bending the cost curve in healthcare for asthma, cancer, depression, diabetes, and medication management.