Monthly Archives: March 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

Interview with Dr. Chalapathy Neti, IBM

We’re so happy to have Dr. Chalapathy Neti, the Director & Global Leader for Healthcare Transformation at IBM Research joining our Spring Fling panel this coming Tuesday. Dr. Neti will be on our panel focusing on the evolution of research, moderated by … Continue reading

SXSW Health Track: The Reverb

A reverberation is the persistence of sound in a space after the original source of that sound has been removed. This effect occurs when a large number of echoes build up and are then slowly absorbed by the air — … Continue reading

HHS wants to meet YOUR San Diego Start-Up

Todd Park and Wil Yu of Health and Human Services and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT would like to invite San Diego-based health IT and m-health start-ups to an intimate mixer on Monday, March 22nd following … Continue reading

The Spring Fling is Right Around the Corner!

Don’t miss an unforgettable line-up of tech visionaries, innovative health care organizations, inspiring government leaders and passionate consumer advocates as we address three critical questions in health care today, Health 2.0-style! What tools and behavior models will really enable us to … Continue reading

From Jeopardy! To Your Physician’s Black Bag: Could a Supercomputer Really Assist With Health Care?

IBM’s Jeopardy-champion computer, Watson, has huge potential for helping physicians and other clinicians work with patients. The leap from TV game show to physicians’ offices will probably take at least two years. But Watson’s understanding of natural language, vast storehouse … Continue reading

Health and Human Services Health Data Webinar

This Thursday there will be a webinar showcasing and The presentations will be led by none other than Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources along with representatives from NCHS and … Continue reading

Amazing Health 2.0 panel at SXSW

My wonderful colleague (and Health 2.0′s Co-Chairman & CEO) Indu Subaiya has literally just come off stage in Austin, Texas where the annual South by SouthWest Conference has for the first time had a health track. Indu moderated a panel … Continue reading

Interview with Dr. Susan Love

Yesterday, Matthew Holt had a chance to speak with Dr. Susan Love, president of the Susan Love Research Foundation and author of Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book, currently in it’s fifth edition. Dr. Love will be joining us onstage at … Continue reading

News & Updates

Google では、本日起きた地震のあと、連絡のとれない家族や友人がいる方のために、Google Person Finder というツールを提供しています。 [ Google Person Finder launched for Japan Earthquake & Tsunami victims. ] US wireless subscribers can also donate to relief efforts by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 or by visiting the Red Cross … Continue reading

Interview with Marisa Nelson, 23andme

Joining us on the Spring Fling stage March 22nd is Marisa Nelson of 23andme. Marisa will be participating on the panel about the changing role of research and will share with us how 23andme is going beyond their standard genetic … Continue reading

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