Health 2.0 Conference in Berlin on Nov 6 & 7 Join MedCrunch and Sign up!

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The Health 2.0 Europe Conference is the pioneer in Europe that explores how web, mobile and social technologies are transforming health care systems all over Europe. It has introduced over 500 technology companies to the world stage, hosted more than 9,000 attendees at their conferences and code-a-thons, and they have awarded over $1,400,000 in prizes through their developer challenge program and inspired the formation of 46 new chapters in cities around the globe. Health 2.0 gathers together over 300 entrepreneurs, IT solution providers, health professionals, patient organizations, health authorities, insurers, pharmaceutical companies, telecom groups, VCs and policy makers from over 30 countries in the world. All this by combining efforts to foster innovations in the healthcare sector.

Come join MedCrunch and many other Key Health 2.0 stakeholders in Europe on November 6 & 7, 2012. Health 2.0 will host a great lineup of speakers and introduce several exciting additions to their program, including the popular ‘Code-A-Thon’ and ‘Matchpoint’ sessions.

Online registrations will close soon, so make sure you sign up for the Health 2.0 Europe Conference today by clicking here!

Curious to see what type of health and wellness applications can be developed in just 2 days? Join in the Health 2.0 Berlin code-a-thon!  FREE registration and €9000 in cash prizes to win.

Whether you have an idea you’ve been itching to see created, or you just want to witness what happens when great minds meet great hacking skills, the code-a-thon is YOUR event!

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Based in Amsterdam, Roberta graduated from Erasmus University in Health Economics, Policy and Law in 2011. During her academic path, she focused on researching the socio-economic inequalities in health care utilization in the rural areas of India. Over the past year, she has worked at Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, analyzing new disruptive patterns within the global health system -ranging from health systems to start-up business models. Over the past six years she has been working for a Dutch publishing firm as Marketing Manager and Executive Editor. Roberta is passionate about health innovations, disruptive change in developing countries, social media and photography. She is a lover of good food, travels, old movie theaters… and Apple.

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