Health 2.0 Conference, on September 25-27, at the San Francisco Hilton – Union Square
This year's Health 2.0 event follows the 2010 event, which was the largest Health 2.0 to date. Bringing together technologists, providers, payers, caregivers and policymakers, Health 2.0 is the top venue for glimpsing the future of healthcare. On this 'What’s Hot' mini-site you'll find Q&As, features, analyses, news from the show, blogs and other high-level content to enrich your experience if you’re an attendee and give you the most important highlights and takeaways if you can’t make it to Health 2.0.
Coming at a time of great turmoil and uncertainty in not only the healthcare sector but the global economy, Health 2.0 2011 will provide an overview of the forces and innovations that are transforming healthcare. Keynoters will include Mark Smith, the CEO of the California Health Care Foundation, plus the CEOs of both Aetna (Mark Bertolini) and Kaiser Permanente (George Halvorson). Also appearing will be Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. Among the primary focuses of this year’s show are user-generated health, the spread of wearable sensors, and data mining in healthcare.
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Digital Issues, Reports
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- Mobile-Health Use Growing; Hospitals Capitalizing on Trend
- With a Nod Toward Telemedicine, Sprint and Ideal Life Launch Wireless Kiosks