The seven companies who were singled out a successes at this panel last year raised more than $140 million in funding over the past 24 months. Want to know who’s next? Check out this year’s panel of Health 2.0 companies who are building tomorrow’s health market leaders, using novel business models.Albert Santelos (CareCloud), Aamer Ghafar (mHealthCoach), and Bart Foster (SoloHealth) will discuss with us their success to date. And what is yet to come. Marco will try to extract the secret formulas that make these companies stand out from the crowd and reveal Health 2.0 Advisors’ Market Monitor product, which helps you put the success of these companies in (data-rich) context.
Care transitions will be increasingly important for patient care. At the same time, hospitals are undergoing a major transformation and could benefit from innovation that Health 2.0 companies bring to the care transition improvement market. But what do hospitals know about Health 2.0 companies? How do they think about using them? And what do Health 2.0 companies know about making it easy for hospitals to work with them? With support from the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, Health 2.0 Advisors is doing research that will result in two exciting reports and a company database later in 2012. Come and learn more about this market and the upcoming resources
Marco Smit, President, Health 2.0 Advisors
Marco Smit is responsible for the rapidly growing market intelligence business unit. After Health 2.0 Advisors started as a consulting practice for large and smaller companies in 2010, Matchpoint was launched in 2011 and in 2012 new market intelligence products are being added, including market reports a subscription service, and commercialization support services. Marco started his career in top tier strategic consulting firms – Michael Porter’s Moniter Company being the most recent – before leading growth initiatives for companies in the biotech and personalized medicine industry, and subsequently joining the Health 2.0 leadership team.
Following the introduction of the Health 2.0 Index, we displayed how a range of activities at Health 2.0 and elsewhere in the health IT ecosystem are helping to commercialize and scale Health 2.0 companies.
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.