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AT&T ForHealth is a new practice area that will accelerate delivery of innovative wireless, cloud-based and networking services and applications. At AT&T, we believe that the use of technology and smart networks can help improve care quality and reduce costs for a healthier world. AT&T Inc. is a global leader in communications and recognized leader in business-related voice and data services, including global IP services, hosting, applications, and managed services.
2180 Lake Blvd NE Room 6B58
Atlanta, GA 30319
GreatCall, creator of the Jitterbug(r) cell phone, delivers wireless services to keep customers connected, safe and healthy. With our philosophy of simplicity and our commitment to high-quality customer service, our award-winning services lead today's mobile health market. Like you, we're about delivering value - which isn't synonymous with lowest-cost - it's about the consumer experience. One phone call is all it takes to reach GreatCall representatives who are friendly, knowledgeable and available 24 hours a day to answer your questions. We understand how to engage consumers and provide the support needed for technology adoption and on-going usage. Our cell phones are sold nationwide at leading retailers, and direct to consumers.
PO Box 4428
Carlsbad, CA 92018
Diversinet Corp. (TSX Venture: DIV, OTCBB: DVNTF) provides a patented and proven secure application platform that enables healthcare organizations to rapidly deploy HIPAA-compliant mobile healthcare (mHealth) applications to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Diversinet's MobiSecure® platform helps payers and providers meet growing needs for safe, convenient, on-the-go storage and sharing of personal health data. Connect with Diversinet Corp. at www.diversinet.com. Its tagline is "Healthcare. Connected and Protected."
1. Clinical Communicator
2. MobiSecure Health
3. MobiSecure SMS
4. MobiSecure SoftToken
Product Marketing Mgr.
2235 Sheppard Ave East
Atria II, Suite 1700
Phone: 416-756-2324 x283
Honeywell HomMed, a global leader in the telehealth industry, is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive and differentiated telehealth solutions. The Telehealth Ecosystem is a comprehensive solution built upon devices, content and software, and services. The LifeStream Platform seamlessly integrates application, content and services to enhance productivity, workflow and communication. The Genesis DM utilizes an enhanced usability set-up feature and patient education, making it the most comprehensive remote biometric symptom evaluation available.
Only Honeywell HomMed offers the unique combination of skilled resources, specialized technology, and proven experience to design and implement disease specific population management and remote care decision support solutions worldwide. And, with the largest installed customer base in the telehealth industry, which includes over 700,000 patient lives affected, more than 70,000 at-home monitors deployed and over 700 customers worldwide, Honeywell HomMed is uniquely positioned to bring the clinical vision and products most valuable to solving our customer's problems.
3400 Intertech Drive, Suite 200
Brookfield, WI 53045
VitalLink is software which effectively transforms the computer into a user friendly device - where face to face social interaction, cognitive (mental) stimulation, games, family photos and videos, access to movies and local, national and world news are all accessible to the computer challenged older adult. VItalLink also provides user friendly access to social feautures such as Facebook. Essentially, VitalLink enables the elderly user to access the best of all that the computer offers to mainstream society, yet requires little more than the touch of an icon or the click of a mouse. VitalLink also serves as a platform for third party providers to provide support to the frail elderly - and is an especially vital resource for the socially isolated - at risk older adult.
Since our launch in January at CES, VitalLink has been VERY well received and we now have several thousand users who have downloaded the software worldwide. We offer VitalLink in eight languages (English, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Serbian, Swedish and Korean). For more information go to: www.vitallink.net.
Rich Brown, President
Tel: (908) 625-6892
Vice President, M2M Solutions
Contact: Cedric Caruth
2400 Geng Road, Suite 200
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Tel: (650) 690.9100 main
Tel: (650) 690.9182 direct
7980 Century Boulevard
Chanhassen, MN 55317
Ideal Life US, Inc.
2110 North Ocean Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
Phone - 416-489-1494 x-400
Mobile - 310-598-0200
Kian Saneii, CEO
Tel: (800) 815-7829
VitalSignals Enterprises, Inc.
Mr. Jerry Hahn, CEO
Ms. Vesta Brue, COO
217 Alamo Plaza, Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78205
Canada and International
Mr. Jerry Hahn, CEO
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LeadingAge is an association of 5,500 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. We advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age. For more information, please visit http://www.leadingage.org
The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) is focused on development, evaluation and adoption of emerging technologies that will transform the aging experience. As an international coalition of more than 400 technology companies, aging-services organizations, businesses, research universities and government representatives , CAST works under the auspices of LeadingAge, an association of 5,500 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. For more information, please visit http://leadingage.org/cast.aspx.
AgeTech California was established to promote the use of advanced health and wellness technologies by aging services and home care providers throughout California. Its primary focus is on technologies that enable older Californians' aging in "connected independence" with safety and security, personal health maintenance, successful management of chronic disease, early detection of illness, and prevention of acute episodes. Such technologies include telehealth, electronic health records, sensor telemonitoring, remote medication management, safety technologies, and cognitive fitness among others that enable eCare and personal wellness while enhancing caregiving and cost efficiency. AgeTech is a programmatic partnership of Aging Services of California and the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH).
The California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH)
The California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) is the leading statewide home care association in the nation and the voice of home care for the western United States. CAHSAH represents more than 556 members and 850 offices that are direct providers of health and supportive services and products in the home. Our provider members represent Medicare Certified home health agencies, licensed home health agencies, hospices, private duty organizations, home medical equipment providers, home infusion pharmacy providers and interdisciplinary professional services. CAHSAH's Guiding Core Purpose is to promote quality home care and enhance the effectiveness of our members. Website: www.cahsah.org
The Clinical Groupware Collaborative (CGC)
The Clinical Groupware Collaborative (CGC) is a diverse industry organization whose mission is to promote the development, acquisition and use of affordable, easy-to use and interoperable health care technologies for use by ACOs, health systems, physician organizations, managed care plans, regional HIE's and others. Clinical Groupware can be added to existing "Cloud" computing platforms to reinforce their capabilities and used as individual modules or combined with other modules into solution suites to address specific health information technology (HIT) and health information exchange (HIE) needs. These solutions share the following characteristics: use of the internet and web for EHR technology; common design for information sharing and online communication; modular or component based architecture; patient/consumer tools for health management/care coordination; use of standards for data exchange and solutions to address the challenges associated with the Meaningful Use objectives. Learn more about the group and its mission at www.clinicalgroupwarecollaborative.org and on twitter: @CGCollabortive and LinkedIn (Clinical Groupware Collaborative).
Continua Health Alliance is an international non-profit collaborative industry organization dedicated to bringing together standards and diverse technology to create personal connected health and wellness solutions. Continua envisions a marketplace of interoperable products, devices, and services that enable better care, empower consumers and connect healthcare providers to their patients. Focused on the three key categories of fitness, chronic condition management, and living independently longer, Continua promotes better management of health and wellness at every stage of life.
Continua is committed to establishing a marketplace of interoperable personal connected health solutions that empower individuals and organizations to better manage their health and wellness.
Objectives and Actions:
Continua is comprised of technology, fitness, medical device and health care industry leaders dedicated to making personal connected health a reality.
Our objectives and actions include:
Developing design guidelines that will enable vendors to build interoperable sensors, home networks, connected health platforms, and health and wellness services.
Establishing a product certification program with a consumer-recognizable logo signifying the promise of interoperability across certified products.
Collaborating with government regulatory agencies to provide methods for safe and effective management of diverse vendor solutions.
Working with leaders in the health care industries to develop new ways to address the costs of providing personal health solutions.
Continua Health Alliance Administration
3855 SW 153rd Drive
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Tel: (503) 619-0867 Fax: (503) 644-6708
The California Telemedicine and eHealth Center (CTEC) is the leading source of expertise and comprehensive knowledge on the development and operation of telemedicine and telehealth programs. CTEC is dedicated entirely to telemedicine and telehealth programs and has received national recognition as a federally designated Telehealth Resource Center. CTEC is a pioneer in telehealth, having managed the development of over 100 patient and provider sites over the past 12 years. CTEC brings extensive hands-on experience in telemedicine development. For more information about CTEC, please visit our website www.cteconline.org or contact us at (877) 590-8144.
The Home Care Technology Association of America
The Home Care Technology Association of America (HCTAA) is a wholly-owned affiliate of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), and is organized to advance the accessibility and use of technology in home care and hospice settings. HCTAA was established to unite the home care technology industry into a stronger, more effective voice to Congress, the Administration, state legislatures, the home care industry, consumers, and the media. HCTAA believes that home care and hospice providers that are properly equipped with technological solutions will serve a central role in the delivery of healthcare by ensuring quality, efficiency, and care coordination.
The Home Care Technology Association of America (HCTAA) is sponsoring a technology pre-conference on Wednesday, July 13th entitled "The Road to Accountability" at this year's 17th Annual Financial Management Conference and Exposition in San Diego, CA. This technology pre-conference will feature three sessions which will highlight technology's role in new care delivery models and new relationships between healthcare providers; review the steps crucial to the collaboration between providers on the necessary health technologies, as well as the processes for selection, implementation, and performance measurement; discuss real examples of technology-enabled care delivery models driving positive returns on investment.
To register for this pre-conference, please visit http://www.nahc.org/Meetings/FM/11/register.html.
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is a nonprofit organization that represents the nation's 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. NAHC also advocates for the more than two million nurses, therapists, aides and other caregivers employed by such organizations to provide in-home services to some 10 million Americans each year who are infirm, chronically ill, disabled and dying. Along with its advocacy, NAHC provides information to help its members provide the highest quality of care and is committed to excellence in every respect. To learn more about NAHC visit www.nahc.org.
San Diego Venture Group
The San Diego Venture Group (SDVG) is a non-profit organization that fosters ideas on how to form, fund and build new business ventures. On Friday, July 15, 2011 join more than 100 venture capitalists for SDVG's 9th Annual Venture Summit. This year features a keynote address from Peter Diamandis, CEO and Chairman of the X PRIZE Foundation, followed by a panel presentation featuring renowned LP venture fund investors analyzing current hot issues in venture fund investing. To register or find out more, visit www.sdvg.org.
Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA)
The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA), located in Washington, DC, is a national association that supports, promotes and advocates for community-based, nonprofit home health and hospice providers that care for all individuals regardless of complexity of condition or ability to pay. VNAA members share a nonprofit mission to provide cost-effective and compassionate home healthcare and hospice services to some of the nation's most vulnerable individuals, particularly the elderly and individuals with disabilities. Visit http://www.VNAA.org for more information.
West Wireless Health Institute
The West Wireless Health Institute (www.westwirelesshealth.org) is one of the first medical research organizations in the world supporting the exploration and application of wireless technologies to advance infrastructure independent health care. Founded in March 2009 by the Gary and Mary West Foundation, the nonprofit Institute is dedicated to innovating, validating, advocating for, investing in and commercializing wireless technologies to transform medicine. Its mission is to lower health care costs by accelerating the availability of wireless medical technology. The Institute is based in San Diego, California, the global center for health care innovation.
Additional supporting organizations to be announced
ACO Watch monitors developments in the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) industry. From promulgation of rules to on the ground "accountable care" realities and industry shop-talk, we'll inform, engage and occasionally entertain you. Institutional memory lends itself to wisdom, which informs choices and improves the odds of successful innovation.
Dorland Health, an Access Intelligence, LLC Company, is a leading integrated media publisher in the healthcare business information industry. Through a suite of publications, directories, webinars and business information services, Dorland Health is a trusted venue for professionals in care coordination. Dorland Health publishes Case In Point magazine, the Case Management Resource Guide and other Directories for professionals involved in youth and family care, behavioral health and adult and senior care, e-newsletters that include Case In Point Weekly, Senior Services Report and the Patient Advocate Report, special reports and hosts industry webinars, conferences and award programs that offer training and continuing education.
e-CareManagement blog (e-CareManagement blog) covers topics relating to healthcare information and communication techologies, business strategy, and business models. Special attention is given to technologies and businesses focusing on chronic disease management, and to changes occuring as a result of the HITECH Act and national health care reform legislation. Vince Kuraitis JD, MBA is the primary author, with frequent guest posts.
FierceHealthIT updates healthcare executives, CIOs and IT managers on the latest market trends and developments concerning CPOE, EMRs, HIE, e-prescribing, and other health IT industry news. Our editors supplement the news of the day with in-depth features on industry-shaping technologies. In addition to our free, weekly email newsletter, you can keep track of market trends through our exclusive webinars and benefit from our vast whitepaper and eBook library. As a FierceHealthIT subscriber, you will have full access to our job boards and networking parties. Join the FierceHealthIT community today! www.FierceHealthIT.com
FierceHealthPayer follows the latest developments in the heavily-regulated area of healthcare reimbursement. Healthcare plan executives and their senior leadership teams rely on FierceHealthPayer's weekly newsletter to save time and stay up-to-date on healthcare & payment reform, cost containment strategies, reimbursement policies, and more. Beyond the news of the day, our editors produce features on the current regulatory environment and the latest market changes. As a subscriber, you have full access to our exclusive webinars, whitepaper library, and eBooks. Furthermore, all members can benefit from our jobs board and networking parties. Join the FierceHealthPayer community today! www.FierceHealthPayer.com
FierceMobileHealthcare gives hospital administrators, IT executives, and program managers the must-know news, market trends, and insights about implementing wireless solutions in the healthcare industry. Get updated on mobile health records, remote patient monitoring, tablet and phone devices, telemedicine, and more. Our free, weekly email newsletter is not limited to the news of the day - our editors produce comprehensive features on leading market innovators. As part of our community, get insights on cutting-edge technologies through our webinars, whitepapers, and eBooks. Join today! www.FierceMobileHealthcare.com
Federal Telemedicine News
Federal Telemedicine News provides up-to-date news on telemedicine, telehealth, and health IT to help government executives, hospitals, universities, and industry keep current in the field. Publishers of the updated 2011 report "Federal Agencies: Activities in Telemedicine, Telehealth, and Health Technology, and updated 2011 report"Selling Healthcare Technologies to HHS".
Looking to keep up to date with the latest on Health 2.0? Health 2.0 News is your source for news, opinions and information on all things Health 2.0 - and a great place to share your opinions. Health 2.0 News is the nexus of information about everything in the world of Health 2.0 technology and the community. Following a major revamp in January 2011 it has become one of the most influential sites in health technology. Check it out for yourself today! Our Health 2.0 5th Annual Fall Conference will be held in San Francisco on September 25-27, 2011: This is our biggest and best conference of the year! More than 1,000 people will gather to see the cutting edge of innovation in health technology, with several major product launches, ground breaking announcements and more than 100 live technology demos - including the best new health care technology startups at Launch!
Healthcare Informatics is the only publication focused solely on servicing the acute-care C-suite IT leaders. It covers best practices for system selection, contract negotiation, implementation and integration, as well as strategic management issues, such as governance, staffing, budgeting and change management. To ensure consistent coverage of important issues, Healthcare Informatics and its Web site are divided into six areas of content - clinical, financial, administrative, wireless, imaging, and policy.
Healthcare IT News
Healthcare IT News offers healthcare IT executives timely, pertinent news every month. Jesse H. Neal Award Winning coverage includes new technologies, IT strategies and tactics, statutory and regulatory issues, as well as provider and vendor updates. Published in partnership with HIMSS, Healthcare IT News reaches more than 54,000 subscribers, including IT management, C-suite and general management, and clinical executives at hospitals and IDNs, group practices, ambulatory care facilities, home healthcare organizations, as well as healthcare payers, consultants and vendors. Website: www.healthcareitnews.com.
Home Care Technology Report
Tim Rowan's HOME CARE TECHNOLOGY REPORT (homecaretechreport.com) is an advertiser-supported, electronic newsletter that keeps home health care and hospice clinical and IT management up to date regarding home telehealth and other technologies. Since 1998, Tim Rowan has been home care's most respected technology analyst. His consulting and education firm also produces "Home Health Survivor," a quarterly video program featuring interviews with newsmakers (homehealthsurvivor.com), and an interactive, online database to help guide those in search of the right technology vendor for their organization (homecaretechnology.info). Tim's blog is at homehealthnews.org.
MobiHealthNews chronicles the healthcare sector's adoption of mobile technology, a convergence of two industries that is shaping the future of how healthcare is delivered to the patient on-the-go, at home and at their place of care. The publication tracks innovations and helps define sustainable business models for this emerging wireless health industry, online at mobihealthnews.com and in the MobiHealthNews free, weekly enewsletter. Sign-up for your free subscription here: http://mobihealthnews.com/subscribe
Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare (PSQH)
Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare (PSQH) is a respected source of research, news, and practical tools for improving the safety and quality of healthcare. Readers of PSQH include clinical practitioners and directors, hospital executives, patient safety officers, risk managers, quality directors, IT professionals, engineers, business leaders, policy makers, and educators, among others. This diverse community of professionals also supplies the feature articles, research, case studies, and opinions published in PSQH. PSQH offers a print and digital bi-monthly magazine, and a monthly eNewsletter. For more information, visit www.psqh.com.
Telemedicine and e-Health (TMJ)
Telemedicine and e-Health (TMJ) www.liebertpub.com/tmj is an official publication of the American Telemedicine Association, the Canadian Telehealth Forum of COACH and the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth. This MEDLINE Journal covers all aspects of clinical telemedicine practice, technical advances, enabling technologies, education, health policy and regulation and biomedical and health services research dealing with clinical effectiveness, efficacy and safety of telemedicine and its effects on quality, cost and accessibility of care, and management and transmission of medical records. Expanded to 10 issues annually, coverage provides tools for managing patient care and translating technology advances into practical applications to optimize healthcare outcomes. TMJ subscribers also receive the biweekly online newsletter Telemedicine News Alert.
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Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
One Market Place
San Diego, CA 92101
PLEASE BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS BY CALLING
MENTION "The Center for Business Innovation or TCBI" TO RECEIVE THE DISCOUNTED RATE!
$189 plus tax Single or Double Occupancy
Hotel reservations must be made directly through Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Reservations Department at (888) 421-1442. Please mention "The Center for Business Innovation or TCBI" to receive the preferred rate for conference attendees. Please note that at this time you must call the hotel to make reservations. Reservations cannot be made online.
Please note that the $189 rate applies only for the nights of July 10th and 11th. The hotel cutoff date for the discounted rate has already passed. However, a few rooms may remain at our discounted rate. After these rooms sell out, the hotel may offer rooms at a rate of $214 plus tax (based on availability). Cancellations must be made 72 hours before reservation date. Reservations canceled within 72 hours to arrival will be charged a no show fee of one night room and tax.
The cutoff date for the group rate is June 24, 2011. Room availability is limited so we encourage you to make your reservation as soon as possible.
Parking is $24.00/night self and $34.00/night valet.
For day guests, self-parking is $10.00 and valet is $17.00.
You can still register for the conference either online or at the conference. If you wish to register at the conference, please come to our conference registration desk, which is in the foyer area outside Douglas Pavilion D on the ground level of the Manchester Grand Hyatt. Registration begins at 7:00 am on Monday, July 11th.
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