Wednesday August 1st
MCPHS University, Griffin Building, Room 604 (6th Floor)
670 Huntington Avenue
Health 2.0 is thrilled to welcome Susan Carter to speak about her experience and experience in the industry about Health IT's role in serving the underserved! Susan is a health care and health IT professional with twenty-five years of experience working with managed care organizations, health delivery systems and health IT development firms. She has expertise in areas such as entitlement program strategy, managed care solutions, research and analysis, process design and capture management.
Since 2004, Ms Carter launched and is co-owner of Kindiwa, Inc. a small Native American Company. She is responsible for the strategic growth and developing opportunities for the company. Prior to Kindiwa, Inc., Ms Carter has held solutions management, product management and program management positions at companies dedicated to developing health IT solutions. She was an instructor at a community college teaching business related classes.
Ms Carter has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and a Master of Science degree in Business Administration. She holds a CPHIMS certification and is a Member of HIMSS and the National Capital Area HIMSS chapter. She also serves on the board of directors for a local non-profit board dedicated to single mothers and their children.
Safeguarding Opioid Prescription through Technology & Innovation
Wednesday August 16th, 2017
Health 2.0 Boston hosts a panel discussion with the CEO of e-prescribing platform, DoseSpot, and SVP of Customer Experience at healthcare IT security company, Imprivata, as they share evidence-based safe opioid prescribing practices and the technologies in place today that help providers make informed decisions about acute and chronic pain treatment. With prescription opioids being one of the leading causes of drug related deaths, responsible prescribing is paramount, and the discussion will include recommended best practices across the industry.
The Internet Of Healthy Things
Thursday, April 20th, 2017
By 2020, experts predict that more than 20 billion everyday objects will be able to capture, receive and share data via a vast, interconnected global network linked together by inexpensive sensors, GPS and ’the cloud.’ Just around the corner, real time biometric data will be automatically captured and used to learn more about the impact of lifestyle on chronic diseases and wellness, and ultimately change behavior to improve our health. In his book, The Internet of Healthy Things, (IoHT) connected health pioneer and visionary Dr. Joe Kvedar describes the phenomena driving this trend and the business opportunities that arise from it.
Apple Research Kit: Innovations in Health Research
Thursday, January 26th, 2017
Apple ResearchKit makes it easy to get started with healthcare research - from enrolling patients, gaining consents, to launching surveys and more. We expect a diverse audience including medical researchers, clinicians, academia/students, data scientists, public health specialists, app developers, UX designers, big data analysts, entrepreneurs, HIT, VCs and more. This will be an interactive event with Q&A time and facilitated networking and will include the following speakers.
Monday, November 7, 2016
Boston Health 2.0 takes a look into the industry of Health IT through a new lens; the most powerful women in the industry. Through a panel discussion, this event will explore the trials and tribulations of the path to success in the industry and discuss what is involved with climbing the ladder to rise to the top. Our panel of women consists of three of 2016's 75 Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT named by HealthData Management.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
The Health 2.0 mission is all about showcasing and catalyzing new healthcare technologies. To stay true to this mantra, Boston Health 2.0 presents a “Start-Up Stand-Up” - allowing a few chosen healthcare technology start-ups to present their offering in front of a large audience, including a panel of some impressive judges who have tenure in the health IT industry. Our audience will have scoring cards - allowing them to give feedback to each presenting start-up. These score cards will also be used to select a winner at the end of the event. The winning company will receive the Boston Health 2.0 Stand Up Award!
Tuesday, July 26th, 2016
In a world where big data is king, we often find that the way that users interact with a new technology is of paramount importance. The interface of an app or software could be the make or break point of it’s success; because it dictates how easy it is for the user to navigate. Join us for an educational, and very interactive session on User Interface Design on Tuesday, July 26th, to take a closer look inside the importance, and the psychology, behind design in healthcare technology.
The event will feature keynote speaker Juhan Sonin, Director at Involution, to speak on UI and its role in health IT. Following, the FoundationLab team will lead a sprint to tackle a hypothetical, but very real world, design problem, to see how different minds approach problems in completely different ways!
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
Following the success of the documentary, Fed Up, (produced by Laurie David and Katie Couric) Boston Health 2.0 will take an in-depth look at the food system as a whole throughout the United States (and globally). In the discussion, we’ll take a look at technology; did technology cause this shift – and can we use technology to fix it? We’ll speak with nutritionists at the nation’s top healthcare organizations, creators of nutrition and health apps, and researchers in the space, to get to the bottom of our healthcare today and where it intersects with IT.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Covering the negative effects of medical non adherence such as increased hospitalizations and mortality rates, and address some of the factors and reasons associated with non adherence in patients.
Pane Members: An established group of speakers with various backgrounds and viewpoints in healthcare including:
Poor medication adherence plagues medical care, affecting up to 40% of older adults in the United States. It is estimated that non-adherence costs the United States healthcare system up to $290 billion dollars a year. In this session we will cover the negative effects of medical non adherence such as increased hospitalizations and mortality rates, and address some of the factors and reasons associated with non adherence in patients. Our panel of speakers will dive deeper into the varying view points of the responsibility of medication adherence from a providers and patients perspective and we will learn what health IT companies and healthcare providers are currently doing to combat these issues.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Speaker: John Fein, Managing Director, Techstars
The Sprint Accelerator powered by Techstars is a three-month, immersive, mentorship-driven startup accelerator with a focus on healthcare. With access to Sprint technologies, engineers and executives, along with the massive 3,000+ network of Techstars entrepreneurs, mentors, investors and corporate partners, we are helping startups build the future of mobile health. On November 12th, Applications are now open for the 2015 health accelerator program: APPLY HERE. Techstars and Health 2.0 Boston are coming together for an event to help start-ups learn about the accelerator and how to get involved.
Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Exploring the Role of mHealth Apps in patient care plans, physician's day-to-day lives and whether they could replace human interaction
This session incorporated a panel of speakers from varying positions in the healthcare industry with an aim to address the many uses of mobile health apps and their role in patient's and clinician's care plans. Currently, there is an overabundance of mobile apps are created for clinician use. This session incorporated speakers that can address both the pros and cons of mobile health apps and their use and also, from a clinician's perspective, what a useful mobile health app would look like. In the session, we also explored the role of mobile health apps in a patient's care plan, and their use in possibly replacing live human interaction. We discussed privacy issues, and how creators of mobile health apps are addressing issues in protecting patient's health information.
November 5, 2013
Payer Perspective on how technology and innovation will help achieve more affordable and higher quality healthcare
The U.S. Healthcare Industry is poised to undergo a significant transformation. Spending on healthcare has outpaced inflation and economic growth for many years, yet quality still lags on many fronts. This discussion will explore a few of the key trends that are helping drive the changing landscape including: unsustainable costs; the need for better patient information to support the coordination of care; creation of a consumer marketplace through public and private health insurance exchanges; movement from a fee for service reimbursement model for doctors and hospitals to an incentive based reimbursement model; and the need to more effectively engage a consumer in the management of their health.
This discussion will provide a perspective on how payers are reacting to those trends by leveraging a balance of technology and innovation to drive growth in the emerging consumer marketplace; transform business processes and analytics to support incentive based reimbursement; and levering and integrated patient health record, artificial intellgience and other decision-support tools to drive better patient outcomes. Finally, a key to successfully improving quality and reducing costs is having an engaged consumer or caregiver and we will discuss some uses of mobile, social, medical devices and emerging technologies that will simplify and personalize the way in which that will be achieved in alignment with an individual patient's needs.
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