Pre-Conferences kick off Health 2.0

We were coding up a storm yesterday (Saturday) at the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Code-a-thon and that goes on today–you can even stop by the PariSoma Loft to see the live judging at 3pm — with $13,000 in prizes on the line.

But the main act is starting up TODAY with 4 fabulous pre-conferences.  Don’t forget these are FREE to anyone registered to attend the main conference and to doctors, patients and employers as appropriate for their sessions. There’s also an Innovation Exchange with the Beacon Communities which has some public availability.

The Pre-Conferences: Patients 2.0 brings together more than 150 patient activists. Doctors 2.0 has several leading physicians on stage and in the audience, and more than 15 demos and active panel discussions. Employers 2.0 has leading employers again on stage and in the audience (Wanna meet Facebook’s head of benefits? -scan the badges!) and more demos than you can shake a stick at–as long as some cool case studies from Pfizer on wellness and Cisco on worksite clinics.

Finally Health Law 2.0 has TWO tracks with six amazing sessions, and it even has it’s own video (thanks to Karie Rego our most excellent organizer who’s not only an attorney at Sheppard Mullin, but also a partner at RegoDigital


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  1. Below is a list of the Democratic Senators that voted against the Public Option and the tahlhecare lobbying money that they received in 2008. My source is Open Secrets. Remember, this in ONLY 2008.Max Baucus: $1,991,965Blanche Lincoln: $1,104,186Kent Conrad: $951,328Bill Nelson: $608,559Tom Carper: $572,307Vote these greedy fuckers out of personnel when their term is up! They are in bed with the lobbyists and don’t give a shit in this area their constitutents.