Past Speaking Engagements
Data and tech are supporting patients ‘at home’ which is really everywhere and how we interface with technology will be part of healthcare. And with new modalities, there will be some disruption in business models.
At Health 2.0’s Winter Tech: a panel on digital therapeutics making evidence-based waves in health care.
Indu speaks with Sean Cavanaugh of Aledade and Bill Gil at the Thirteenth National Value-Based Payment & Pay for Performance Summit on the role of data and tech in value based care.
Speaking on the SLUSH 2017 Central Stage, Indu kicks off the healthcare segment by welcoming the audience to a decentralized future of health.
A panel at Health 2.0 2017 on the disparities in health and healthcare that we should not tolerate because we can do better.
Indu and co-founder Matthew Holt welcome attendees to the 2017 Fall Conference of Health 2.0 by discussing the five key drivers of a future of decentralized healthcare
Reflecting on the past ten years, Indu Subaiya, the Co-Chairman and CEO of Health 2.0, will highlight the top accomplishments in health care and how technology has played a role, as well as the challenges that still need to be addressed.
Indu Subaiya delivers her keynote “Is Digital Health Becoming its Own Industry?” at the 9th Annual Health 2.0 Conference.
Indu discusses the next phase of health innovation and why we have to keep looking at fringe technology to transform healthcare. for StartUp Health
In 2015 Indu spoke about how to harness the power of digital technology
At the Health 2.0 conference
Hollywood, Healthcare and the Primary Providers – Building a Media, Advertising and Technology Wellness Alliance
A panel at the Health 2.0 2014 conference; the sophistication of methodologies but also the practical implication of the findings when working with expansive data.
Indu addressed how digital health technologies are reinventing the scientific method at the Health 2.0 2014 Fall Conference
UCLA Chipts in 2014 as a keynote speaker on Trends in Health Technology: The Data and Digital Convergence
Indu Subaiya discusses the 7 deadly sins at Health 2.0: 1) Too much testing, 2) Gooey hospital charges, 3) Bossy intermediaries, 4) No one understands PBMs, 5) EMRs don’t share, 6) It’s (not quite) my data, 7) Don’t go gently into good night.
In an event generously sponsored by the California HealthCare Foundation, deBronkart joined fellow panelists Thomas Lee, founder and CEO of One Medical Group, MedSimple founder Francis Kong, and moderator Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0, to explore why online healthcare is crucial to better care and better communication.
Indu, Co-Founder of the Health 2.0 Conference, speaks about Web 2.0 and Health 2.0 at Transform 2009, a symposium sponsored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation