Ryan leads the product strategy for AT&T’s mHealth Platform – an open environment where applications can share data across healthcare enterprises, patients and clinical professionals. The goal is to free health data from the proprietary silos that stifle collaboration. And he’s probably the only person at Health 2.0 who runs his own motor scooter manufacturing company!
Sean is the heart and soul of Microsoft HealthVault, and has been a major player on the data interoperability stage for some time now. With the transition of much of Microsoft’s health business to the JV with GE (Caradigm), some are wondering what role HealthVault will play. But it remains the “grandaddy” of the space with hundreds of devices and applications sharing data with it, and some new developments in working with partners both within Microsoft and without.
After 20 years mostly in device companies but with the odd diversion to equity research, Anthony now leads Qualcomm Life’s global marketing. Qualcomm Life has introduced the 2Net Platform and the associated 2Net Hub, which are the underpinnings of an ecosystem of devices that track all aspects of the human body–more or less! Anthony’s going to tell us about Qualcomm’s huge ambitions with this venture and demo how it might work for you (or more likely your mother or grandma).
For years at Health 2.0 we’ve been describing the mix of applications and devices working together as “unplatforms”. In the past few months several major health care technology organizations have announced the launch of platforms and are trying to attract developers and health care technology companies to use them. We’ll be explaining and reviewing these platforms with speakers from AT&T, Aetna, Qualcomm and Microsoft.
Health 2.0 co-founders, Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya, kick-off our 6th annual event with an opening keynote that takes a look at the state of play. Also, an introduction to thematic elements covered over the next two days and an update on the Health 2.0 Index – a survey tracking trends and deals in the Health 2.0 space.
Consumer engagement in health care decision making is more important than ever. Though clinical outcomes in the U.S. haven’t improved, the financial burden on individuals has substantially increased as health care costs continue to skyrocket. What innovations today optimize consumer engagement, and which ones will emerge as the next new standards for health care management?
Join nationally-recognized health care and benefits experts from Forrester Research, business coalitions and employers as they discuss innovations in the new era of individual-driven health benefits.
Leading Health Futurist, Joe Flower, discusses the practical solutions that health care organizations need to implement to deliver health care at half the cost. Joe is a regular columnist who contributes to Hospitals and Health Networks, has spoken at thousands of health care meetings and is the author of a new book Healthcare Beyond Reform: Doing it Right for Half the Cost.
Health 2.0 invites Michelle Obama to Health Innovation Week and to keynote our San Francisco 2012 Conference. Health 2.0 brings together the best minds, resources and technology in health care today. We hope to promote the Lets Move! campaign to our talented and influential attendees, while also introducing Mrs. Obama to the many ways our community is actively contributing to the progress on the fight against childhood obesity.