Health IT Expert Michael J Pan to Share Innovative Technology to Improve Health Care at the Fifth Annual Health 2.0 Conference

 

Los Angeles, CA – 6 September, 2011 – Nephosity is pleased to announce that Michael J Pan, CEO will present “Health 2.0 in the Hospital”, at the Health 2.0 conference to be held Sept. 25-27, 2011 in San Francisco.


The Health 2.0 conference is the chosen forum for the hottest health IT technology launches and is attended by established companies to preview the latest innovations improving patient care and scout new talent. Software developers, physicians, start-up companies, global corporations, HIT vendors, payers, providers, and health care leaders gather each year to ensure they are the first to see new, innovative health technologies before they are introduced to the rest of the world.

Pan is the CEO and founder of nephosity.  He has over 10 years experience in the development and deployment of distributed, grid, and cloud computing paradigms in enterprise settings.  Prior to Nephosity, Michael was the lead for the studio renderfarm workflow system at DreamWorks Animation, which was nominated for a 2010 Academy SciTech Award.  Before DWA, Michael led the workflow computing group at the NIH Center of Computational Biology. He will be speaking during the “Health 2.0 in the Hospital” session on Monday, September 26, 2011 and will examine how mobile teleradiology can improve a doctor’s daily workflow.

The Health 2.0 community consists of hundreds of organizations and thousands of inventors. Well over 1,000 of those IT and health care professionals are expected to attend the Health 2.0 conference, during which dozens of health pioneers will demonstrate how they are using technology to advance the delivery of health care. The conference agenda may be viewed here or you can follow #health2con on Twitter for the latest conference news.

According to Matthew Holt, Health 2.0 co-founder, “Health 2.0 is known for its ground-breaking technology demos from health IT trailblazers and we believe Pan’s presentation will motivate seasoned health IT veterans, empower newbies, and provide guidance for those in the trenches.”

About Nephosity

Nephosity was founded in March 2010.  Nephosity develops a technology platform that enables enterprises to mobilize their data using cloud technologies.  MobileCT is the mobile collaborative teleradiology application that runs on top of this platform.  It allows doctors to view, share, and collaborate over medical images on their iPad.  Nephosity also contributes to open source software, having released several libraries as open source.


About Health 2.0
Health 2.0: The conference. The media network. The innovation community. The Health 2.0 Conference is the leading showcase of cutting-edge innovation transforming the health care system. Since its beginning in 2007, Health 2.0 has served as a community resource for search and online tools to help consumers manage their health and connect to providers. Now that the industry has caught up, Health 2.0 covers the entire cloud, web, mobile and unplatforms technology revolution that is shaking up every sector of health care.

Health 2.0's next conference is on September 25-27 in San Francisco, the culmination of Health Innovation Week, with Health 2.0 Europe in Berlin on October 27-8, 2011. The Health 2.0 organization also operates the Health 2.0 Developer Challenge competitions, the Health 2.0 Advisors Market Intelligence Service, the Health 2.0 News Media and TV Network and the Health 2.0 Accelerator Industry Consortium. For more, visit www.health2con.com. For the latest Health 2.0 updates, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and join our LinkedIn group.

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Jodi Amendola

Amendola Communications for Health 2.0
480-664-8412 ext. 11
[email protected]

Press & Marketing @ nephosity
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