Monthly Archives: April 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

Near Chicago next week? Meet Todd Park!

If you’re near or in Chicago next Weds (April 27) and you care about health data, applications or innovation, we highly recommend that you get to a Community Forum on the Health Data Initiative. The formal invite & details follow-Matthew … Continue reading

PatientsLikeMe Re-Opens the Doors to the Chocolate Factory

PatientsLikeMe is re-opening the doors to the chocolate factory but this time everyone’s invited. This week, the free online health data-sharing website announced the public opening of it’s latest expansion. Since it’s original launch 5 years ago, PatientsLikeMe has received … Continue reading

Spring Break for Techies: A Review of the Health 2.0 Spring Fling

This review was initially featured Informatics for Consumer Health blog. To get the full story, please visit their site. I recently attended the Health 2.0 ‘Spring Fling’ Conference in San Diego on March 22nd and immersed myself in the vibe … Continue reading

New Health 2.0 Show This Thursday!

Don’t miss the next episode of The Health 2.0 Show this Thursday, April 14, 2023 at 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET We’ll be taking a look back at some highlights from the Health 2.0 Spring Fling, and have brought back … Continue reading

Health 2.0 San Francisco Keynote Announced

Health 2.0 is excited to be preparing for our 5th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference in San Francisco, September 26-27. We’re happy to announce our Keynote speaker: Mark Smith, President and CEO of the California HealthCare Foundation — one of … Continue reading

Interview with Felicity Simmons, Lucile Packard Foundation

The Health 2.0 Developer Challenge is very glad to have the Lucile Packard Foundation and on board with their challenge, Local Children’s Data: Make It Engaging, Fun, and Inspiring. With the challenge wrapping up in just over a week, … Continue reading

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health Opens in DC

Yesterday, Kaiser Permanente opened it’s latest interactive learning center to the Washington DC public. The Center for Total Health is designed to attract innovators, leaders and policy makers  to talk about health and health-tech in a common space. The venue … Continue reading

Making Health Care Cheaper: Backstage Video Interviews from Spring Fling 2011

Health 2.0 technologies and companies are pushing the envelope of how the cost of health care can be lowered. During our latest event in San Diego, we hosted demos of the leading applications and platforms that are addressing this issue … Continue reading

Practice Fusion: Ryan Howard tells (some but not) all

Ryan Howard, the CEO of Practice Fusion, is sitting pretty this week. He just raised another $23m to really expand the company’s free SaaS based EMR-including Founders Fund (yes that’s the Paypal/Facebook guys) buying in to join the early investors … Continue reading

Inspiration, spirit, connection, optimism-Health 2.0 Spring Fling

It’s been crazy post Health 2.0 Spring Fling in San Diego, I tried do my wrap of highlights and feelings from this Health 2.0 before the plane touched down last week, but I never quite finished them. So with a … Continue reading

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