What do most healthcare shows have in common? The same old, same old. You spend the equivalent of a mortgage payment for the same thought leaders who tell you about the problems in healthcare and the same vendors with products that don’t quite get at the core.
We do things differently at the 11th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference. We’ve deliberately curated a wide-ranging, hands-on, attendee-driven experience that focuses on achieving the possible. Check it out:
1. Test-Drive the Tech:
Obviously! The agenda and exhibit hall
is packed with 150+ tech demos
in dozens of product categories. No power points and empty promises. These are products in action and entrepreneurs with real life tales from the trenches.
Check out the latest from such companies as Headspace, Google Play, Welltok, and Microsoft. Want to see what’s really brand new? Check out Launch!
2. Turn point solutions into system change:
We go beyond one-off apps to show you how to integrate innovation sustainably. With presentations on FHIR and blockchain; Interoperability;
and with live input from providers like Sutter Health, UCSF, Mount Sinai Health System,
and more….you will see how to implement change in real life.
3. Get currency and customers.
Discover “Series A” finalists at Traction
, and meet investors from New Enterprise Associates, Merck Ventures, Humana Health Ventures, Nexus Venture Partners, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Summation Health Ventures,
and more at the Investor Breakfast.
Get customers atMarketConnect Live
from Cigna, Sutter Health, Kaiser Permanente, Dignity Health, Stanford Health Care, Providence
, and more.
4. Get under the hood.
Health 2.0’s Dev Day
will be showcasing the latest developer platform updates, and chatting about exciting plans on the horizon for companies working on FHIR, blockchain, machine learning, and predictive analytics. Innovators on hand will include Aashima Gupta, Global Head of Healthcare Solutions at Google Cloud
; Adam Culbertson, Innovator-In- Residence at HIMSS
; Andrew Shults, Senior Director of Engineering at Oscar,
and data guru Fred Trotter.
5. Understand policy to see the opportunity.
Policy impacts innovation. Discover how legislation and regulation will impact solutions development and implementation from Bruce Greenstein
, CTO of HHS; Don Rucker
, National Coordinator at ONC; former ONC Director David Brailer
, and former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra.
Register today before rates increase by $200 after tomorrow!