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Health 2.0 Launches Special Event at mHealth Summit December 2, 2012
State of Change: Pioneers, Progress, and a 2013 Forecast

ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Health 2.0 is having a special event at the mHealth Summit on Dec. 2. Come from 1 - 4pm the day before the Summit, and attend the Health 2.0 event that will help your organization thrive in the rapidly changing landscape of health care tech. This is a special session in addition to your Summit pass, and includes:

Key Topics, Product Demos, and the Take-off of New Tech 
Health 2.0's Co-Chairman Matthew Holt will introduce sessions on Care Delivery, Big Data & Transparency, and introduce you to the latest tech. There will also be more than a dozen rapid fire demos of the tech you'll want to know about, and a mini-version of Health 2.0's famed Launch! session.

Become a Developer Magnet and Build the Latest and Greatest
Industry experts including JL Neptune, who heads up the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge, and speakers from AT&T, Aetna, and Allscripts will teach you how to be a Developer Magnet - so you don't only know about the latest tech, but also create it. 

Glimpse into the Future 
Want to stay ahead of the game? Marco Smith from Health 2.0 Advisors will give you a glimpse of what's to come in 2013, including market opportunities, and transitions you should be ready for in the year to come.

How to Register:  To attend this event, you must register for the mHealth Summit. There is an additional fee for this event. 

Where to Register: During the mHealth Summit registration process, the page after the main mHealth Summit pass type page will include an option for add-on sessions; select the "Health 2.0 State of Change: Pioneers, Progress, and a 2013 Forecast" session. Prices for the Health 2.0 add-on event go up November 30, so register now! 

Health 2.0 Attendees Receive $50 Off Your Full Access Pass!

Enter Code Health2.0-12 at the End of the Registration Process. Register 
here.

 

 

 

SOURCE mHealth Summit

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