Report: The Past and Future of Health 2.0

Health 2.0 Advisors is the research and consulting arm of the Health 2.0 family and it will be offering a series of reports, a database of all Health 2.0 organizations, and others consulting services including one day workshops/bootcamps and research services. More will be revealed about that in the coming months, but first we’re thrilled to announce that the first publication from Health 2.0 Advisors is now available.

The report is called The Past and Future of Health 2.0, and it’s written by Matthew Holt with contributions from Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Brian Klepper, Michael Millenson, Indu Subaiya, and Marco Smit. This publication is the primer on Health 2.0. It provides an overview of the history of Health 2.0, a detailed explanation of the state of the art of Search, Communities and Tools, and lays out a theoretical framework for what’s ahead. We also lay out in detail implications for organizations that will be impacted by Health 2.0 voluntarily or involuntarily. The contents include:

  • The Contextual History
  • The Recent Past
  • The Present (Search, Communities & Tools)
  • Emerging Trends, including “unPlatforms”
  • The Four Phases of Health 2.0
  • Implications for health care organizations

So if you want to know how patients in communities are using tools to track their health, which players are important in creating a “data utility layer”, how health search is dividing into four different segments, how application development and services will break into different businesses in the future—as well as much, much more—you need to get this report.

The full 42 page report can be purchased either as an individual license for an introductory price of just $295 or, for just $100 more, it can be shared with anyone in your organization — no matter how large it is. To receive the full report, please complete the form on this page. You can even download the executive summary for free.

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