Everyone is talking about consumers. Consumer specialists have lead their efforts and many millions have invested in health care tech in consumer facing services. Most consumers have yet to use any of the new technologies, since health care is still a very long way from being a consumer market. This panel accesses the state of play and quantify how close we are to success.
Health care is more personalized than ever before, and with that comes more choices and decision making opportunities for the consumer. Luckily, there are plenty of Health 2.0 tools to embrace that educate consumers and make health care decisions easier and more digestible.
Dr. Robin Berzin from Health 2.0 and Sidney Slover of LearnItLive speak about the new online learning center they are launching which connects digital health enthusiasts everywhere through comprehensive, real-time, interactive online classes.
Robin Berzin along with Adam Rosante, and Polina Hanin, introduce the new consumer facing event of Health 2.0, Health Interactive. The November 2nd event in Santa Monica includes live fitness and cooking classes, along with speakers and exhibits.
A collection of product demos that help people motivate to get fit, get moving and get healthy!
Paul Landau, Founder and CEO of Fitbug, demos Fitbug Air, a bluetooth device and app. Fitbug Air allows the user to send their data to the Fitbug cloud from any location, communicating in real time.
Kevin Pereau, VP of QUENTIQ, demos their secure health platform aimed at inspiring a healthier lifestyle. The platform calculates a personal QUENTIQ Health Score, an the indicator of the user’s current health status. By integrating games and social networking principles, QUENTIQ motivates the user to be active by tracking and comparing their personal health, lifestyle and sport.
Steven Grover, CEO at My Health Check Up, demos a comprehensive medical program that evolved from onsite programs. This virtual, online health program focuses on letting the user evaluate what is important to him/her. The user can track different aspects of his or her health, and with this information can calculate items such as their cardiovascular age. My Health Check Up also uses motivational tools to help promote lifestyle changes.
Chris Glode, VP of Product Management at Map My Fitness, demos Map My Run, their most popular smartphone app.