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Monthly Archives: October 2008

Health 2.0 — the morning after…

The stage is down, the cameras are gone, more than 1,000 people have headed home (other than the 50 or so at the Healthcamp which is happening right now) some reflections in stream of consciousness fashion…. I think I know why … Continue reading

Health 2.0-Day 2, 3 Health 2.0 CEOs

So it’s day 2 and I’m taking 2 minutes I don’t have to comment on an amazing morning… Jon Bush from AthenaHealth was interviewed (sort of!) by Chris Lawton. He is absolutely hilarious—anyone who can have an audience in stitches … Continue reading

Ready or not, it’s time for Health 2.0!

Tonight the party starts, the beautiful (and not so beautiful) people gather, and the shows under way—and that’s just the Health 2.0 team! There’s also 900 + speakers, guests, media, volunteers and the community is buzzing. Wall Street may be … Continue reading

An Impending Hanging: Will Health 2.0 Be Compromised By The Economic Downturn?

Nothing focuses the mind like an impending hanging. Samuel Johnson I’ve been preparing for tomorrow’s 3rd Health 2.0 conference in San Francisco, where I’ll join my pals Matthew, Indu Subaiya, Jane Sarasohn-Kahn and Michael Millenson amid a Who’s-Who cast of … Continue reading

Microsoft Healthvault: Coke, Pepsi or Intel Inside

Note: This post appeared originally on DiabetesMine. When Microsoft launched its HealthVault application last year — the first major commercial Personal Health Record (PHR) system on the open web — the Wall Street Journal reported that “Consumers are just not … Continue reading

Google Health: Is It Good For You?

Note: Amy Tenderich, who writes and maintains the wonderful Diabetes Mine, just did this very illuminating interview with Google Health’s Missy Krassner.  As you’ll see, she doesn’t slow-pitch to Missy. This is a sure-footed, tough-minded exchange about the real issues … Continue reading