Join MedCrunch & Europe’s Health 2.0 Scene in Berlin on Nov 6 & 7 2012

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On November 6-7 2012, the long-awaited 3rd annual Health 2.0 Europe Conference will take place in Berlin, Germany. MedCrunch will, once again, be one of the official media partners attending this important and exciting event!

For the third consecutive year, entrepreneurs, tech geeks, physicians, and other leaders in the field, will be showing the world how thinking out-of-the-box is changing the future of healthcare. This year’s innovative solutions will range from building solid patient and health professional communities to encouraging health and wellness. Have a look at the full agenda here.

We will be bringing you the latest news directly from the conference. Make sure to follow our live tweets (@MedCrunch #health2con) and keep up with our blog posts for exclusive interviews and a final recap of the most innovative findings! Analoguous to the concept of “Med-a-thons” the organizers are now hosting a developer challenge – a great addition to the event, since engineers are crucial in the future of healthcare.

If you are attending this year’s conference, be sure to share your observations, experiences and perspectives with us.

We look forward to keeping you updated on the latest hacks in healthcare! Also, e-mail or tweet us if you are there and want to meet up for a coffee and talk!

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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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