Mehran Mehregany of Case Western Reserve University, Ben Kanter of Palomar Health, Joe Smith of the West Health Institute and Mark Winter of the Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize spoke with iHealthBeat about how wireless sensor technology could improve health care delivery.
Susannah Fox, associate director at the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, spoke with iHealthBeat about Pew's latest study on Internet use among U.S. residents and new findings about the use of mobile phones to look up health-related information.
Eric Topol of Scripps Health, Chuck Parker of the Continua Health Alliance and Paul Sonnier of Popper and Company spoke with iHealthBeat about the rapid growth of the mobile health market.
Wendy Everett, founding president of the New England Healthcare Institute, spoke with iHealthBeat about efforts to encourage health care providers to adopt innovative electronic health systems that could improve health care quality and reduce costs.
Jonathan Attwood of Zamzee, Stephen Downs of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chris Hewett of Mindbloom, National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari and Christine Robins of BodyMedia spoke with iHealthBeat about new consumer-focused health innovations.
David Lindeman of the Center for Technology and Aging, Nancy Pratt of Sharp HealthCare, René Seidel of the SCAN Foundation and Steven Wallace of the University of California-Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research spoke with iHealthBeat about how mobile health technology could benefit seniors.
John Goldstein, co-founder and managing director of Imprint Capital, spoke with iHealthBeat about how foundations and philanthropic institutions can advance their mission by investing in health IT and other health care innovations.
Brian Ahier of Oregon's Health Information Technology Oversight Council, Ralf-Gordon Jahns of research2guidance and Peter Waegemann of mHealth Initiative spoke with iHealthBeat about the growing popularity of mobile health.
During the recent Health 2.0 conference, Jennifer Lieberman and Sean Chai of Kaiser Permanente's Garfield Center spoke with iHealthBeat about how changes in technology have led to new ideas about hospital design.
U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra, Susannah Fox of the Pew Internet and American Life Project, WebMD's Wayne Gattinella, AAFP's David Kibbe and conference co-founder Indu Subaiya discussed the future of health 2.0 with iHealthBeat.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, Colin Evans of Dossia, Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0, and other health 2.0 stakeholders spoke with iHealthBeat at the Health 2.0 Conference.
Steven Adams of RMD Networks, U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, conference co-founder Matthew Holt and David Kibbe of AAFP spoke with iHealthBeat about how health 2.0 tools could transform health care.
Matt Barker and Richard Bootes of TeleHealth Services and Susie Sonnier of Clear Lake Regional Medical Center spoke with iHealthBeat about video-based technologies that allow patients to access medical information.
Monique Levy of the health care advisory firm Manhattan Research and Shankar Sastry of the University of California-Berkeley spoke with iHealthBeat about how mobile phones can help promote personal health monitoring.
Alvaro Fernandez of SharpBrains, Kathleen Herath of Nationwide Insurance, David Rabiner of Duke University and David Whitehouse of OptumHealth spoke with iHealthBeat about the cognitive benefits of certain software.