Altarum Institute – The Health Impacts of Working

Wendy Lynch, Co-director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care, Altarum Institute
Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. She’s also author of the books Who Survives? and Aligning incentives, Information and Choice. Now she’s hanging out at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University.  Here she tells us about the unmentionable and terrible health impacts of going to work. This talk was given during the “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

AARP – Money and the Health Emergency

Charlotte Yeh, Chief Medical Officer, AARP
Charlotte Yeh is the Chief Medical Officer for AARP Services, Inc, which is the bit of AARP that markets insurances services with United, Aetna and others to AARP’s 40 million or so members. Before her role at AARP, Charlotte has spent her career practicing, managing and explaining emergency  medicine–she’s been on more boards than Kelly Slater. But the health emergency she talks about here? Money. This talk was given during the “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

Walmart – Serving Caregivers

Marcus Osborne, Vice President, Healthcare Savings Programs and Global Sourcing, Walmart

We think that Marcus’ long title means that he’s Walmart’s point man on the retail giant’s stated goal of increasing health career access, quality and affordability for consumers. In health that means new product lines like the $4 generic. In this video Marcus talks about how Walmart works to help keep costs down for caregivers.. This talk was given during the “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel 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.

 

The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 2)

“The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 2)” panel took place the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

Doctors Like Me: Provider Search for Consumers

The “Doctors Like Me: Provider Search for Consumers” panel was part of the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 1)

“The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 1)” panel took place at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

Birds of a Feather: A Look at Communities

The “Birds of a Feather: A Look at Communities” panel took place at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health

“The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health” was a panel at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

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Altarum Institute – The Health Impacts of Working

Wendy Lynch, Co-director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care, Altarum Institute Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. She’s also author of the books Who Survives? and Aligning incentives, Information and Choice. Now she’s hanging out at research shop Altarum and at In ...
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AARP – Money and the Health Emergency

Charlotte Yeh, Chief Medical Officer, AARP Charlotte Yeh is the Chief Medical Officer for AARP Services, Inc, which is the bit of AARP that markets insurances services with United, Aetna and others to AARP’s 40 million or so members. Before her role at AARP, Charlotte has spent her career practicing, managing and explaining emergency  medicine--she’s been on more boards than Kelly Slater. But the health emergency she talks about here? Money. This talk was given during the ...
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Walmart – Serving Caregivers

Marcus Osborne, Vice President, Healthcare Savings Programs and Global Sourcing, Walmart We think that Marcus’ long title means that he’s Walmart’s point man on the retail giant’s stated goal of increasing health career access, quality and affordability for consumers. In health that means new product lines like the $4 generic. In this video Marcus talks about how Walmart works to help keep costs down for caregivers.. This talk was given during the "Yet More and Differ ...
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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.

 

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The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Par ...

“The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 2)” panel took place the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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Doctors Like Me: Provider Search for Consumers

The “Doctors Like Me: Provider Search for Consumers” panel was part of the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Par ...

“The Doctor Will See You Now: Health 2.0 in the MD’s Office (Part 1)” panel took place at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

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Birds of a Feather: A Look at Communities

The “Birds of a Feather: A Look at Communities” panel took place at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.

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The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health

“The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health” was a panel at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.