Interviews with David Kale, Lead Data Scientist in VPICU Lab at Children’s Hospital LA, DJ Patil, Data Scientist in Residence at Greylock Partners and a demo from Jog of War, the winner of the 2012 Health 2.0 Berlin Code-a-thon.
Bridges Between Innovators and Hospitals for Care Transition Improvement
The hospital sector is currently undergoing a major transformation; Health 2.0 innovations are increasingly valuable for their care transition needs. But as hospitals are rushed to improve their performance and working with Health 2.0 companies is still new territory for many of them, there are a lot of pressing questions for both hospitals and innovators:
– What do hospitals know about Health 2.0 companies, and what do they know about working with them?
– What do Health 2.0 companies know about making it easy for hospitals to start using their technology in the hospital?
Health 2.0 Advisors, with support from the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, has conducted thorough research in the care transition innovation field. On this show Health 2.0 Advisors President, Marco Smit, give a tour of the newly released Care Transitions Database, and discusses care transition innovation with guest demo companies, Axial Exchange and CareInSync.
In this Health 2.0 Show, we get highlights from Health 2.0 News and the latest happening with the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge, including a demo from Chintan Patel, winner of the popHealth Tool Development Challenge. We also get updates on HDI, a sneak peak at Health 2.0 Europe, and interviews from Health 2.0 Matchpoint success stories.
Health 2.0 and our friends at HCPLive bring you an exciting and packed show to kick off the new year. This episode focuses on innovative tools for physicians including products that transform and aid in everything from scheduling to follow-up. We are joined by four special guests who discuss and demo their products:
Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, this weeks Health 2.0 was cut short, but check back next time for demos from the popHealth Tool Developer Challenge winner, a preview of Health 2.0 Spring Fling Matchpoint, and an interview and demo with Alexander Borve, founder and CEO of iDoc24.
In this episode of the Health 2.0 Show, Kyle Robertson kicks us off with a demonstration of the brand new Health 2.0 TV. Then, as usual, our Jean-Luc Neptune waxes poetically about the latest goings on with the Health 2.0 Developer Challenges, before kicking the ball over to Matthew Holt for a big announcement: Health 2.0 Spring Fling and Matchpoint Boston! Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya walk us through all the exciting events planned for our Spring Fling, while Marco Smit describes what Matchpoint is and why you should be excited about it. To round out the show, we have an update on our India 2012 conference and a recap of the Berlin 2011 conference.
We’ll give an in-depth look at the many online challenges that have been launched over the past few weeks as part of the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge, and winners and highlights of the June 11th Washington, D.C. Code-a-thon. You’ll also get the newest updates to the agenda for the Health 2.0 Fall Conference in San Francisco this September.
In this episode we’ll be covering a few topics including our experience at Maker Faire this past weekend, DC Innovation Week, Health 2.0 Europe, and the agenda for our fall conference.
We’ll start off by recapping our favorite moments and exhibits from the Health 2.0 Pavilion at Maker Faire. One of the exhibitors, Fred Trotter will join us to talk about his experience. At the faire, Fred showed how to easily create QR code graffiti, and demonstrated the possibilities for the codes in healthcare.
Also coming up on Health 2.0′s radar is DC Health Innovation Week. Ted Eytan of Kaiser Permanente will be on the show where he’ll give us more details about the week’s activities, many of which will be happening at the Kaiser Center for Total Health (including the Health 2.0 Code-a-thon!).
Also joining us on the show will be Regina Holliday, creator of the The Walking Art Gallery, occurring during DC Innovation Week. At the gallery, the art will literally be walking. Participants will be wearing jackets that have been painted with powerful stories of medical advocacy. Our own Lizzie Dunklee will be part of the gallery, and during the show she’ll be interviewing Regina about this unique event.
In the October edition of the Health 2.0 Show, Matthew Holt hosts as we take a whirlwind tour through some of the highlights of the Health 2.0 Fall Conference. Alex Drane covers some of the highlights from our popular “Unmentionables” panel that focused on the less talked about aspects of our lives that lead to poor health like sex, drugs or a crappy boss. Also on this month, Jean-Luc Neptune from Health 2.0 walks us through his work with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Care Technology on our Developer Challenges.
In the Health 2.0 Show for July 25th, Indu Subaiya announces Health 2.0’s first Developer Challenge “Using Public Data for Cancer Prevention and Control”, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. Then, we preview a panel from our Fall 2011 Conference, “User-Generated Health: From Intelligent Communities to Self-Tracking, and the Quest for Personalized Health Platforms” with specials guests Thomas Goetz of Wired Magazine and Gary Wolf of Quantified Self. This Health 2.0 show also covers other conference highlights, Health Innovation Week and the Berlin 2011 conference. Also in this show, we meet with founder of stickK, Jordan Goldberg, who demos their behavioral motivation tool and discusses other current trends in healthcare.