Unmentionables Introduction: Eliza Corporation

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren’t talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. At Health 2.0 in 2008 Alex founded Engage With Grace, a viral movement that encourages people to talk about end of life care. In 2010 she brought us the idea of the “unmentionables” and introduced Elizalife.org’s Ostrich Index. Now we spend every summer arguing about what’s the most unmentionable thing that we should get health and health technology people to talk about–and then Alex leads an amazing crew to talk about it–and show solutions. This year? Vulnerability, caregiving, social support, death, sex, taxes.

Unmentionables: From Getting Down to Moving on

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren’t talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 we highlighted sleep, caregiving, money, suicide and work stress, with demos from Zeo on sleep, Mindbloom on community and mindfulness with GravityEight to bring it all together. This year we’ll visit even more unmentionables including an overview of the Vulnerability Index, poverty, sex and end of life issues.

Alexandra Drane in Conversation with Chris Rauber

Alexandra Drane (Eliza) is interviewed by Chis Rauber (San Francisco Business Times)

Eliza has been around for 10 years, providing large consumers with the technology to make automated phone calls to consumers. Chris Rauber interviews Alexandra about the types of clients Eliza works with, and how they customize their technology to link people to the vast infrastructures that exist.

Adam Bosworth Interviewed by Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr)

3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years in tech he debuted KEAS, devoting his future to transforming healthcare for consumers. Carleen Hawn discusses his career change and future goals in the healthcare industry.

 

 

Health 2.0 Drivers for Consumer Health IT Adoption

Explore the world of consumer tools, including wellness, content and community, medication adherence and consumer tools for self management. Previously health producer for CNN, Marjorie Martin is the SVP & GM of EverydayHEALTH. Here she explains how communities work with the healthcare system and introduce new tools.

Eliza – Healthy Discussions

Alexandra Drane, president of Eliza, demos the ins and outs of their company. The company strives to answer to question, “how do we beguile people to make healthier choices on a daily basis in a sustainable way”? The company uses a platform of a phone based outreach to help patients while automatically gathering personal detailed data about each patient.

Behavior Change, Health 2.0, and The Unmentionables

Sponsored by collaborative care solutions provider, Alere is a global leader in rapid diagnostic testing devices in health management solutions aimed and tailored for payers, employers, and care providers. This panel is moderated by Susannah Fox, with the Pew Internet Project, and helps us get to some real answers to a basic question: How can technology contribute to the fundamental real health that we all know so well?

 

 

 

Yet More and Different Unmentionables

The “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel took place at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

Alexandra Drane — Yet More and Different Unmentionables

Alexandra Drane, President Eliza

At Health 2.0 in 2008 Alex founded Engage With Grace, a viral movement that encourages people to talk about end of life care. In 2010 she brought us the idea of the “Unmentionables”and introduced Elizalife.org’s Ostrich Index. This talk introduced “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

 

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Unmentionables Introduction: Eliza Corporation

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren't talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. At Health 2.0 in 2008 Alex founded Engage With Grace, a viral movement that encourages people to talk about end of life care. In 2010 she brought us the idea of the “unmentionables” and introduced Elizalife.org’s Ostrich Index. Now we spend every summer arguing about what’s the most unmentionable thing that we should g ...
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Unmentionables: From Getting Down to Moving on

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren't talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 we highlighted sleep, caregiving, money, suicide and work stress, with demos from Zeo on sleep, Mindbloom on community and mindfulness with GravityEight to bring it all together. This year we'll visit even more unmentionables including an ov ...
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Alexandra Drane in Conversation with Chris Rauber

Alexandra Drane (Eliza) is interviewed by Chis Rauber (San Francisco Business Times)

Eliza has been around for 10 years, providing large consumers with the technology to make automated phone calls to consumers. Chris Rauber interviews Alexandra about the types of clients Eliza works with, and how they customize their technology to link people to the vast infrastructures that exist.

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Adam Bosworth Interviewed by Carleen Hawn

Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr)

3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years in tech he debuted KEAS, devoting his future to transforming healthcare for consumers. Carleen Hawn discusses his career change and future goals in the healthcare industry.

 

 

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Health 2.0 Drivers for Consumer Health IT Adoption

Explore the world of consumer tools, including wellness, content and community, medication adherence and consumer tools for self management. Previously health producer for CNN, Marjorie Martin is the SVP & GM of EverydayHEALTH. Here she explains how communities work with the healthcare system and introduce new tools.

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Eliza – Healthy Discussions

Alexandra Drane, president of Eliza, demos the ins and outs of their company. The company strives to answer to question, “how do we beguile people to make healthier choices on a daily basis in a sustainable way”? The company uses a platform of a phone based outreach to help patients while automatically gathering personal detailed data about each patient.

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Behavior Change, Health 2.0, and The Unmentionables

Sponsored by collaborative care solutions provider, Alere is a global leader in rapid diagnostic testing devices in health management solutions aimed and tailored for payers, employers, and care providers. This panel is moderated by Susannah Fox, with the Pew Internet Project, and helps us get to some real answers to a basic question: How can technology contribute to the fundamental real health that we all know so well?

 

 

 

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Yet More and Different Unmentionables

The “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel took place at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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Alexandra Drane — Yet More and Different Unmentionables

Alexandra Drane, President Eliza

At Health 2.0 in 2008 Alex founded Engage With Grace, a viral movement that encourages people to talk about end of life care. In 2010 she brought us the idea of the “Unmentionables”and introduced Elizalife.org’s Ostrich Index. This talk introduced “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.