Tenth Annual Healthcare Unbound Conference and Exhibition

Event Details
July 11, 2013 (All day) - July 12, 2013 (All day)
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
13121 East 17th Avenue
Aurora, CO
United States

 Conference Overview
This event builds on the strength of our nine previous Healthcare Unbound conferences. The Conference offers timely and practical information as well as visionary perspectives. Over the years the conference has attracted hundreds of high-level executives and clinicians from across the US and abroad.  This year, the program is being organized in association with the Collaborative Health Consortium, a member-supported industry group of companies and individuals devoted to enabling collaborative care and the businesses, technology and care delivery ecosystems that support collaboration for better health.

The program will feature three new educational tracks:

Track A: Government – private sector collaboration in promoting consumer engagement through innovative technologies. Topics to be covered include Blue Button+, patient generated health data, Meaningful Use 2 and 3 criteria, patient-provider portals and view, download and transmit capabilities.

Track B: Entrepreneurship in the Healthcare Unbound space, featuring perspectives from financiers and innovative startup companies

Track C: Consumer Engagement and Accountable Care – topics to be covered include remote monitoring, home telehealth, mHealth, eHealth, social media and gaming.

Conference Theme

Innovative technologies are driving opportunities to serve health consumers in new ways and in new settings.  In 2002, Forrester Research coined the term “Healthcare Unbound” to encompass the trends toward self-care, mobile care, and home care.  More specifically, Forrester describes Healthcare Unbound as “technology in, on and around the body that frees care from formal institutions.”

In addition to dramatically changing traditional health care delivery, Healthcare Unbound attracts a range of companies that previously have not been deeply involved in healthcare, including consumer electronics, telecom, gaming, fitness, and information technology companies.