Health 2.0

By Dave Muoio September 18, 2018
Fresh Tri, a healthy behavior app developed through a partnership between neuroscience-focused design firm engagedIN and Walmart, will be rolled out this week for Walmart employees staffing 4,700 retail locations, the two companies announced here at Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, California. The app, which has already been tested by thousands of Walmart associates, encourages users to set specific...
Dr. Albert Chi talks to HIMSS TV at Health 2.0
By HIMSS TV September 18, 2018
*/ Focus on Innovation In September, we take a deep dive into the cutting-edge development and disruption of healthcare innovation.
Sas Ponnapalli CEO of Beam on stage at Health 2.0

Sas Ponnapalli, CEO of Beam, at Health 2.0 before the launch. Photo Credit: Beam Facebook page

By Laura Lovett September 17, 2018
This afternoon New-York-based startup Beam launched its digital health platform that lets providers bill and connect patients to virtual care at Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, California. The platform bills itself as the first pay-as-you-scale digital health platform and caters to smaller providers looking to go digital.  "Patients today are immersed in an on-demand world, and they have come to...
By Dave Muoio September 17, 2018
Today at Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, California, chronic disease management platform Livongo announced the launch of what it says is the US’s first cellular-enabled blood pressure monitoring system. The company said during a presentation that the system will allow users to take and report their blood pressure at home, which may offer more accurate readings for those who experience anxiety in a...
By Laura Lovett September 17, 2018
Healthcare faces the massive challenge of an aging population, which means not only caring for patients with chronic illness but finding the resources to care for this population. However, this worldwide challenge could be what pushes the industry toward innovation, Hal Wolf, HIMSS CEO explained at Health 2.0 conference in Santa Clara, California this morning. In the US 49 percent of healthcare...
health 2.0 conference sign
By Laura Lovett September 17, 2018
Technology has the ability to connect and foster remote relationships, but it can also lead to feelings of isolation, according to a panel at the Health 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara California on Sunday. “Technology is just a tool and it is how we use that tool that matters,” Sara Krüg, CEO of Cancer101, said while moderating the panel.  Tools like Facebook groups can lead to a supportive...

Cohosts Matthew Holt and Lisa Suennen present the award to Mira cofounder Syliva Kang at Health 2.0's annual pitch competition. 

By Dave Muoio September 17, 2018
Women’s health tracking platform Mira and EHR-integrated ambulatory care checklist maker Avhana Health have surpassed dozens of competitors to be named the two victors of Health 2.0’ VentureConnect startup pitch competition. The companies faced off yesterday against four other Series A-ready competitors, and were selected by a panel of judges as the most impactful, robust, and likely to succeed...
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By Beth Jones Sanborn September 5, 2018
Innovation breeds choices and today consumers not only have options, but they expect them. At the same time, technology can't be the solution. It should be part of it, just not the whole plan. Providers must find partners, suppliers, tools, resources and developers who understand critically that this is all about the person. "When designing the IT product, the technology isn't the end-all be all...
By Laura Lovett September 4, 2018
With the flood of data pouring in from across the healthcare industry there are still a lot of questions surrounding how best to make sense of said data, and where to store the heaps of new information.  Justin Helmig, chief marketing officer at data management and precision medicine company LifeOmic, told Babyforyou.net.ua that both machine learning and cloud computing could be keys for this...
By Dave Muoio August 30, 2018
Patient-centered care has become a focal point for providers looking to prove the value of their care. Many systems are looking to new technologies and disruptive, consumer-facing services, yet it’s not always clear whether these moves are appealing to each party. “For us, a lot of the challenge has been the definition for patient-centered care,” Blix Rice, vice president of innovation and...
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