Health 2.0 UPDATE

A special reminder for Health 2.0 Blog readers.

If you’re considering signing up for Health 2.0 Connecting Consumers and Providers March 3 - 4 in San Diego, there is still time to sign up for a pass, although we are now very, very, very close to selling out. And a gentle reminder: if you’ve signed up - but have not yet actually completed the registration process - we cannot guarantee you a spot.

Why come to San Diego in March?  You’ll see how Health 2.0 technologies are transforming healthcare in the doctors’ office, in hospitals and impacting patient’s lives. How are physicians and patients actually using those tools and communities?  What are their experiences?

How do they fit Health 2.0 into their lives? And for those who are new to Health 2.0: What works? What helps? And what doesn’t? In response to popular demand, we’ve added a second day with an expanded networking event - as well as an extended  “unconference” in keeping with the spirit of web 2.0 - based on one of our most popular features at Health 2.0 user-generated healthcare, where you’ll be able to network and organize your own groups and presentations.

Of course, you’ll also see rapid fire demos by a lineup including some of the hottest new start ups in healthcare and technology and get a chance to meet with the stars of the nascent Health 2.0 movement.

SPECIAL RATE: Meanwhile, we’ve worked out a great deal with the Westin
that will get you a room for the low rate of $229 (plus tax) a  night.
The Reservations Hotline is 888.627.9033. You’ll need to mention Health
2.0 when you call to be eligible for this rate.

HEALTH 2.0 EXHIBITORS: Groups exhibiting at Health 2.0 Connecting
Consumers & Providers receive complimentary passes to this event,
making exhibiting at the show pretty much a no-brainer if you’re
already thinking about sending a group to San Diego. E-mail:
[email protected] for the run-down.

2 Responses to Health 2.0 UPDATE

  1. John Norris says:

    How will the conference connect with the Internet audience? Will there be any live streaming/blogging? A forum?

  2. John Norris says:

    "Audience" should have been "Community"

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