Health 2.0 Annual Conference Enters Its 13th Year in the Tech Revolution

Health 2.0 Annual Conference Enters Its 13th Year in the Tech Revolution

Health 2.0, a HIMSS innovation company, will host its 13th annual conference from September 16-18 in Santa Clara, California. Since its first conference, the digital health convener has hosted a cumulative 26,450 attendees, offering thousands of hours of networking, new technology demos and education opportunities. Health 2.0 is recognized as a powerhouse in digital health thought leadership – highlighting revolutionary ideas and practical solutions that are advancing digital health and improving care.

Health 2.0 organizers are now accepting applications from companies that want to demonstrate their health tech innovations during the HIMSS event. Live technology demos are a major highlight of the annual conference, giving entrepreneurs and startups a platform to share their products with potential investors, partners and peers. Last year, more than 100 companies showcased products designed to help transform healthcare.

Heath 2.0 reviews submissions on a first-come, first-served basis, prioritizing demos that complement the themes of scheduled sessions. Selected companies will be asked to either demo their technology in standalone presentations or as part of larger panel sessions. Applications are due by Friday, June 7. For more information, and to apply, visit the Live Tech Demo page on the conference website.

Attendees interested in networking with investors, early-stage tech startups and leaders in the digital health community can register online. Further, the conference agenda is packed with patient-dedicated programs, policy-focused dialogues and insightful provider perspectives.


September 16-18 | Silicon Valley

Discover the revolutionary ideas and practical solutions behind technology focused on adaptability, user experience, and data-driven decisions – from the clinician to the consumer. Get two networking events and two days of curated content from industry pioneers disrupting outdated health models with innovative solutions.

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