Health 2.0 Meets Ix
Os dejo con el programa de este evento,imprescindible para conocer el futuro de la medicina en general.
April 22-23, 2009
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
We can’t think of a more dynamic time in healthcare, with so much public discussion on reform and leading Health 2.0 companies being integrated into the traditional healthcare system with strong results to report. Not to mention new companies entering the scene at a rapid clip.
Our line-up reflects all the excitement and energy of a Health 2.0 event, but this time, more than ever, we’ll delve right into the heart of emerging controversies, giving you both sides of the coin, and in some cases multiple perspectives and a chance to voice your own opinions.
Don’t miss this historic format and a stellar line up of brand spanking new companies and updates from familiar favorites.
Here’s just a taste of what you can expect to see!
- Health 2.0 & Ix: Tensions & Synergies: There are great similarities between the Health 2.0 and the Information Therapy movements. But there are also tensions, and this opening session will ask whether Health 2.0 & Ix are two sides of the same coin.
- Matthew Holt and Don Kemper will face off with commentary from Alan Greene (drgreene.com & A.D.A.M.), Gilles Frydman (ACOR), Ted Eytan (Kaiser Permanente) & Amy Tenderich (DiabetesMine).
- Moderator: Jane Sarasohn-Kahn (Think-Health & Health 2.0 Advisors)
- How do you build Health 2.0 into the delivery system?: We’ll have four top leaders from different segments of the delivery system present their contrasting views of what Building Health 2.0 into the Delivery System means.
- Commentary from James Hereford (Group Health Cooperative), John Halamka (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) & Rushika Fernandopulle (Rennaissance Health)
- Moderator: Scott Shreeve (CrossOver Health)
- What is the future role of the doctor?: Technology is constantly changing the physician to patient relationship. Does this mean that physicians are captains of a wider care team, or are doctors finding that their roles in patient care are increasingly marginalized?
- Contrasting viewpoints from Paul Wallace (Kaiser Permanente & Chairman, Ix Center Board of Directors) & Jamie Heywood ( Chairman, PatientsLikeMe)
- Moderator: Indu Subaiya (co-founder, Health 2.0)
- Navigating the health care system: Due to the role of technology in how patients navigate their health care experience, some are seeing tension between inforamtion democratization and information overdose.
- Michael Parkinson (ex-Chief Medical Officer, Lumenos) & “ePatient” Dave deBronkart (Blogger, The New Life of ePatient Dave)
- Commentary from Arna Ionescu (IDEO), Alexandra Drane (Eliza) & Susannah Fox (Pew)
- Knowledge creation: Experts vs User-Generated Care : Two leaders with extremely strong view points will debate whether and if user-generated content, crowdsourcing and other ways of surfacing content are appropriate for creating and verifying health information.
- Denise Basow (UpToDate) & Dan Hoch (BrainTalk)
Introduction & Moderation: Josh Seidman (Center for Information Therapy)
- Plus new data on medical wikis from Jerry Kane (Boston College)
- Denise Basow (UpToDate) & Dan Hoch (BrainTalk)
- What are the incentives for Health 2.0 and Ix?: Susan Dentzer, Editor, Health Affairs, will lead a panel debating the relationship between health reform, new payment incentives and who (if anyone) will pay for Health 2.0 or Ix.
- Special presentation from Jack Wennberg (Dartmouth)
- Commentary from Murray Ross (Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy, and formerly with CBO)
- Looking Ahead from four very different perspectives: We’ll finish with 4 visions for the future of Health 2.0 & Ix through 4 different lenses
- Win Hodges (Patient Advocate), Robert M. Kolodner ( Director, ONC, HHS), Anna-Lisa Silvestre (VP, Online Services, Kaiser Permanente) & Esther Dyson (EDventure)
- Moderator: Susan Dentzer (Editor, Health Affairs)
DEMOS: A.D.A.M., WeGo Health, UpToDate, Myca/Hello Health, CureTogether, MedEncentive, Health Hero Network, Healthwise, Mayo Clinic in partnership with Microsoft, Sensei, Prochange, Healthfinder.gov, Ask Dr. Wiki., Google Health, Group Health, bWell, HealthMedia, Healia, ConnectedHealth & Healthline. We are adding more demos everyday, so please check back for updates!
LAUNCH! : Think you’ve seen the latest in mobile apps, genomics and innovative practice design? We have a handful of very exciting new companies who will make you think again. They’ll be presenting technologies never seen before. Get a sneak preview at one of the most popular sessions at Health 2.0.
VIDEOS: World debut of 3 documentaries…
- The Journey to Health 2.0 Meets Ix: A visual look at the historical events that have contributed to the Health 2.0 and Information Therapy movements, and how this conference became a reality.
- The Role of the 2.0 Doctor: A glimpse of the future generation of doctors in this in depth look at 3 medical students who are already changing the face of medicine.
- Healthcare Message to the New Administration: A user submission-driven discussion of the problems in the American healthcare system, as well as potential solutions.
- “We need to take care of our people before an illness presents”
- “Giving physicans access to electronic health records alone is like giving people cars with no roads”
- “Don’t look into the light of EMR’s to save healthcare”
- “Allow physicans to embrace their profession again”
- “We have to build a better patient”
To see who had these brilliant ideas check out H20TV.com and get your own 2 minute rant up there now!
Also we’ve built in plenty of time and opportunities for you to mingle and network…
- Special Health 2.0 Meets Ix “Night Out” sponsored by Kaiser Permanente at the Boston Skywalk on the top of the Prudential Center
- Audience favorite, the Health 2.0 Unconference
- Attendees will be able to use Health 2.0 Network to arrange business meetings at the conference, message their contacts, and stay in touch via email and phone.
- Coffee breaks & networking opportunities in the buzzing exhibit hall.
Exhibiting and Sponsorship at Health 2.0: We’re still accepting Platinum, Silver/Exhibit, & panel introduction sponsorships, but hurry because slots are going fast in the final weeks and the deadline for submission is this Tuesday, April 7! Please use this sponsor page to let us know which package you are interested in, before they are all gone.
Press & Media at Health 2.0: We have already garnered interest and expect coverage from: CNN, ABC, The Wall Street Journal & The Doctor’s Channel. Health 2.0 has also always had great coverage in the trade and business press, online blogs and in videos from our friends at icyou. If you are interested in joining the other high caliber members of the press & media, please register on our press application form.
Esta es una cita imprescindible para entender el futuro de la medicina en general.
¿Cual es el papel de las tecnologías de a información y la comunicación en salud?
Medicina 2.0, Salud 2.0. ¿Te suenan a chino?
La reunión Health 2.0 será el 22 al 23 de abril en Boston, este año y no en un futuro remoto. Lo que se debate hoy es el presente mañana.
No os perdaís los blogs del evento para saber qué se discute, cómo ven el futuro los que dirigen estas cosas y las compañías involucradas. Los teneís aquí: Health 2.0.
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