A kickoff to the day with Health 2.0 co-founders Indu Subaiya and Matthew Holt explored the relevance of the consumer health landscape in digital health and what ecosystem factors are guiding the sector forward.
Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman and Pascal Lardier, International Director of Health 2.0 close the annual Europe event with reflections on the European market and content from the 2 day event.
The challenges in health care have become increasingly complex, and many are looking to physician engagement as a possible solution. But is physician “engagement” enough? Physicians should to be leaders and take full accountability for solving the health care crisis. Dr. Jack Cochran talked about his experience leading the Colorado Permanente Medical Group and The Permanente Federation, representing more than 17,000 physicians within Kaiser Permanente, the largest integrated delivery system in the United States.
As the digital health landscape grows into a billion Euro market, and with the NHS being notoriously choosy, some bright ideas have experienced great success while many others have been turned away at the hospital door. Learn how to get your platform in front of the right players and land a successful pilot program.
Matthew kicks off Day 2 of Health 2.0 Europe 2014 with a look at the way Health 2.0 sees the world.
Mussaad shared his insight into health care and the adoption of Health 2.0 technologies in the Middle East.
Jordi Serrano Pons examined the adoption of health IT in developing African countries with special focus on a successfully designed and implemented maternal health program that used digital health tools to prevent death during pregnancy.
In Health 2.0 Around the world we explored the digital health movement in Spain, Pakistan/Dubai, Kuwait, Indonesia, and India. James Mathews, of Health Tech Ventures, shared his perspective on the Health IT space in India and it’s rapid development.
Tim Kelsey opened with a Keynote before Health 2.0 Netherlands chapter leader Eugene Borukhovich kicked off our data panel. He spoke with experts and showed demos that frame national, entrepreneurial, and patient-based efforts to create open data portals and increase access across the spectrum.