Tag Archive: Health 2.0

by Brian Eastwood | October 03, 2016

A Shift From Disruption to Change

One of the most striking characteristics of the Health 2.0 conference has always been its focus on disruption. (For this […]

by John Moore | September 29, 2016

Health 2.0: Ten Years On

For my young daughter, 10 yrs is nearly a lifetime – but for myself, nary the blink of an eye. […]

by Brian Eastwood | October 20, 2015

The Parallel Paths of Healthcare Innovation

How you define healthcare innovation depends on the setting. Sometimes it’s a handheld device that lets a physician examine your […]

by John Moore | October 09, 2015

Health 2.0 Grows Up

Nine conferences later and finally, the Health 2.0 event is showing signs of maturity. Sure, there remains plenty of cheerleading for […]

by John Moore | November 13, 2014

Early Impressions of Europe

In late August, Vienna became my home for the upcoming year. From this base, in the heart of central Europe, […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2013

Wellness Market: Too Many Chasing Too Little

Having taken a hiatus from last year’s Health 2.0 event, was looking forward to this year’s event to see what […]

by John Moore | September 30, 2011

Trickle Down Health or Health 2.0 Impressions

Another year, another Health 2.0 under the belt. This being the fourth time attending it is interesting to see how […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2010

Let the Data Flow: Part Two

Moving from an event focusing on HIE/REC initiatives by various States, the next two events, HealthCampSF and Health 2.0, took […]

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