Monthly Archives: February 2011

BitGym and Virtual Active Team Up for a New App

In the tech world an unanticipated use case occurs when innovators build their own projects on already useful technology. It’s how Virtual Active: BitGym Edition, a new fitness app released today, came about. The iOS app takes into account a … Continue reading

Live Streaming Demos from the 2/19 Boston Code-a-thon

Today’s Boston Code-a-thon kicked off with a set of amazing presentations. Our early morning broadcast from the Microsoft NERD center featured an overview of HealthMap, an XBOX Kinect programing tutorial and a walkthrough how to use the various goodies supplied MAKE … Continue reading

Live from the Boston Code-a-thon

Today, Heath 2.0 has partnered with MAKE and will be taking over an entire floor of the Microsoft NERD Center for the first ever Boston Code-a-thon! We’ll be providing Boston researchers, developers and designers the opportunity to take on some … Continue reading

Physical Prototyping at the Boston Code-a-thon

Hey Boston! It’s warm out today but don’t be fooled! Tomorrow, we’ll be back to our natural habitat of near freezing temperatures and cloudy skies. So, before you MAKE weekend plans to build that outdoor treehouse-computer-desk you’ve been dreaming about all … Continue reading

Greetings Health 2.0-ers!

It doesn’t matter what the weather is in your hometown because we are bringing the sun to Spring Fling to San Diego in just 5 short weeks! We have new themes, new product launches and new case studies that will … Continue reading

Don’t forget the hot sauce! Washington DC’s Code-a-thon

If there’s two things I love, it’s walking to anything and applying the best practices of other industries to health care.  Oh, and Health 2.0, of course. So I walked to Georgetown to the Health 2.0 Code-a-thon and participated in … Continue reading

News & Updates

- Team Maya took first place at the DC Code-a-thon! Maya used USDA info about Food Deserts to build a platform allowing consumers to order fresh food deliveries from local farmers via text message. Congratulations is also due to Team BlueMeter … Continue reading

Register for our FREE Boston Code-a-thon this Saturday!

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Boston Code-a-thon is this Saturday and registration is FREE! This is a great event for developers, designers, patients, providers, and researchers interested in seeing rapid development of health care related tools and applications. Feel free … Continue reading

Interview with Rushika Fernandopulle, Iora Health

Today, Indu Subaiya was able to talk with Rushika Fernandopulle about his growing, new health care delivery model, Iora Health. As Indu notes, we’ve seen attempts at more customer centric practices, but Rushika’s new idea is beyond that. Iora aims … Continue reading

Announcing the Winner of the Consumer Apps Developer Challenge

Today, Health 2.0 and Health and Human Services announced the winner of the Challenge for Consumer Apps and to Visualize Care Quality Measures. There were some truly great submissions and the judges had a tough time deciding who the winner … Continue reading

Today’s DC Code-a-Thon Demos

Today’s Washington DC Code-a-thon marked the launch of some of Health 2.0’s most exciting platforms. Health and Human Services (HHS) unveiled their long awaited Health Indicators Warehouse and Chris Haffer announced the new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Data Sets … Continue reading

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