There’s been a big speaker/agenda update at the Health 2.0 Europe Conference that I’ll be presenting at on the 6-7 April 2010 in Paris. With 11 new speakers since my last post, here’s the new line up:
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
1345: Search and Content: How does the best of vertical search technology resonate in a world where government programs provide significant amounts of health content?
Demonstrations & case studies from: Segolène Ayme, Orphanet, Frankie Dolan, MedWorm, Célia Boyer, Health On the Net Foundation, West Shell, Healthline Networks, Steven Krein, Organized Wisdom, Berci Mesko, Webicina.
1545: Patients and Online Communities: The advancement and popularity of patient communities online is an international phenomenon. We’ll be examining communities in different cultures, languages and context, and see what impact they have on care delivery in different countries–and what the internationalization of information means for patients and doctors.
1645: Physicians and Online Communities: In the US, physician social networks are in some aspects replacing the function of traditional physician professional organizations. Physician activity online has reached a high level of intensity in Europe too. We’ll compare and contrast market approaches and results.
1800: Health 2.0 Night Out in Paris: Mix and mingle with fellow attendees at our “night on the town” at Les Invalides.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
8:40am: Health 2.0 Tools: Consumer tools are an essential piece of the Health 2.0 landscape. Some of the most sophisticated drug, condition and treatment tools are giving patients as much if not more information than their physicians. Their use is already controversial in the US, but how is it playing out in different medical cultures across Europe?
Isabelle Adenot, French National Order of Pharmacists, Roy Schoenberg, American Well, David Doherty, 3G Doctor, Roni Zeiger, Google Health, Sabine Pinedo, stichting Begeleide Zelfzorg (sBZ), Neil Williams, Microsoft, Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, Patients Know Best, Joris Moolenaar, IPPZ, Sabine Donnai, Imperative Health
1130: The government view point: How does Health 2.0 fit into the various national IT strategies for EMRs, PHRs and national health and wellness?
Etienne Caniard, French National Authority for Health, Pieter Vos, Raad voor de Volksgezondheid en Zorg (Council for Public Health and Health Care), Morten Elbæk Petersen, sundhed.dk
1400: Hospitals, Payers and Health 2.0: A look at how hospitals and payers are interacting with doctors and patients in the world of Health 2.0.
1500: Pharma and Health 2.0: How is Health 2.0 affecting Pharma? A look at how pharmaceutical companies are connecting with doctors and patients in new ways, and how Health 2.0 is changing the way they’re conducting clinical research.
1645: Looking Ahead for Health 2.0: Discoveries and lessons from the conference. Discussion with: Annabel Bentley, Bupa