Health 2.0 - Fall 2010

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Opening presentation by Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya, Health 2.0 at the Health 2.0 Conference, October 7, 2010 at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco, CA.

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  • Health 2.0 - Fall 2010

    1. 1. Web 2.0: O’Reilly’s Core Competencies • Services, not packaged software, with cost-effective scalability • Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them • Trusting users as co-developers • Harnessing collective intelligence • Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service • Software above the level of a single device • Lightweight user interfaces, development models, AND business models
    2. 2. Last year, we told you what was coming next... • Integration of the three constituent parts (search, communities, tools—all mash up) • The data utility layer allows easy inclusion of same data between different services (liquidity) • Greater diversity in data types • The emergence of new “unplatforms”
    3. 3. What’s Changed in Health 2.0?
    4. 4. The Stages of Health 2.0 User-generated Consumers connect Partnerships to Data drives decisions health care to providers reform delivery & discovery
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    7. 7. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
    8. 8. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
    9. 9. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
    10. 10. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
    11. 11. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
    12. 12. Data drives decisions & discovery
    13. 13. DATA UNPLATFORMS INDIVIDUAL DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE Decisions Actions
    14. 14. DATA INDIVIDUAL D POPULATION UT LA REFERENCE
    15. 15. INDIVIDUAL
    16. 16. INDIVIDUAL User-generated
    17. 17. INDIVIDUAL EMR
    18. 18. INDIVIDUAL Claims
    19. 19. INDIVIDUAL Biological/Clinical
    20. 20. INDIVIDUAL
    21. 21. POPULATION
    22. 22. POPULATION Government data
    23. 23. POPULATION Private data
    24. 24. POPULATION
    25. 25. REFERENCE
    26. 26. REFERENCE Weather
    27. 27. REFERENCE Mapping/GPS
    28. 28. REFERENCE Food databases
    29. 29. REFERENCE Drug databases
    30. 30. REFERENCE
    31. 31. DATA UNPLATFORMS INDIVIDUAL DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE Decisions Actions
    32. 32. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE
    33. 33. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE
    34. 34. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE
    35. 35. DATA UNPLATFORMS INDIVIDUAL DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE Decisions Actions
    36. 36. UNPLATFORMS UAL DATA ION UTILITY LAYER CE Decisions Actions
    37. 37. Unplatforms
    38. 38. Composite Applications
    39. 39. Composite Applications
    40. 40. Composite Applications
    41. 41. Composite Applications
    42. 42. Composite Applications
    43. 43. Integrated Data
    44. 44. UNPLATFORMS A TY ER Decision Actions
    45. 45. DATA UNPLATFORMS INDIVIDUAL DATA POPULATION UTILITY LAYER REFERENCE Decisions Actions
    46. 46. The New Progression of Health 2.0
    47. 47. Social Networks Search Tools
    48. 48. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data
    49. 49. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data

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