Early Bird Passes on Sale Now

The next Health 2.0 conference will be held in San Francisco, California
from October 21st - 23rd at the San Francisco Marriott. The theme will
be a return to the focus that made our first conference a resounding
success: Web 2.0 technologies, healthcare and all points between. We’ll
provide a sweeping overview of the things that are happening in this
exciting area, covering everything from innovations in search, to
healthcare focused social networks and consumer sites and the
exciting trends in wellness and personalized medicine taking shape on the horizon.

Health 2.0 User-Generated Healthcare will be a much larger event than
our previous conferences with nearly a thousand guests, appearances by
the top names in technology and healthcare, and a lineup of carefully
picked startups active in this area.

A limited block of early bird passes are now on sale. (If getting the
best possible rate is important to you, you’ll want to act quickly.
Early bird passes will be significantly less expensive than those
purchased at the regular conference rate.) We’re also taking applications from students and people involved with startups who would like to be considered for the limited block of reduced rate passes we’ll be making available.

One Response to Early Bird Passes on Sale Now

  1. Beatriz says:

    I find very interesting the topics of the next event in October…
    I am an online marketing consultant, working right now for a spanish health insurance company on a 2.0 proposal.
    I am afraid i am not going to be able to travel to San Francisco, i wonder if you could give me some hits on any american health insurance company that has adopted any 2.0 iniciative in their websites.
    Since you are an expert on this field, i would apreciate your help on this.

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