Matt Holt is getting ready for his upcoming Health 2.0 conference and asked that I pass along his personal invitation:
The next Health 2.0 conference will be held in San Francisco, California from October 22nd - 23rd at the San Francisco Marriott. The theme will be a return to the focus that made our first conference a resounding success: Web 2.0 technologies, healthcare and all points between. We'll provide a sweeping overview of the things that are happening in this exciting area. Covering everything from innovations in search to healthcare-focused social networks and consumer sites as well as the exciting trends in wellness and personalized medicine taking shape on the horizon.
Health 2.0 User-Generated Healthcare will be a much larger event than our pervious conferences with nearly a thousand guests, appearances by the top names in technology and healthcare, and a lineup of carefully picked startups active in the area.
Presenting at Health 2.0 will be the senior leadership from technology and service companies including: Google, WebMD, Midrosoft, athenahealth, HealthGrades, Sermo, PatientsLikeMe, Navigenics, MedHelp, American Well, HealthLine Networks, Yahoo!, HealthCentral, Cisco, A.D.A.M., DrGreene.com, 23andme, MedHelp, Gaming4Health, and about 100 more.
Matthew Holt of Health 2.0 (and THCB) offers my readers $50 off the
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