Health 2.0 - The Countdown Begins

By PokitDok Team,

Health 2.0 2016 PokitDok


With Health 2.0 just a few days away, PokitDok is excited to be returning as a sponsor again. Since the week is packed with all sorts of events, we thought we’d offer a few of the main ways to connect with us during the conference.

SF Code-A-Thon

Location: UCSF Mission Hall - 1589 4th St San Francisco, CA, USA 94158

PokitDok is sponsoring the Health 2.0 San Francisco Code-A-Thon, featuring our Pharmacy APIs. This year’s challenge is: Building Technology to Help Seniors Manage Health Care and Costs. Participants will be able to integrate our Pharmacy API functionality into the application they build. PokitDok, along with other sponsors, First Databank and Humana, are excited to support the Health 2.0 Code-A-Thon and can’t wait to see who builds the best tool to help seniors manage their care and costs.


PokitSpeaking Sessions:

Our leadership team will be taking the Health 2.0 stage on three different occasions during the conference:


- Co-founder and CTO Ted Tanner takes the stage to talk about the role of blockchain in healthcare

Session name: Blockchain Panel

- Co-founder and CEO Lisa Maki hosts a lunch and learn covering how tech underpinnings from APIs to Blockchain will power new workflows in health.

Session name: Lunch and Learn: PokitDok


- PokitDok will be back on the Health 2.0 main stage, demoing DokChain, the blockchain for health.

Session name: Information Blocking, APIs & App Stores: The State of Play in Data Access


Exhibit Hall:

Finally, be sure to visit us at Booth #402 or schedule a meeting with us anytime.

Health 2.0 is located at the Santa Clara Convention Center on 5001 Great America Parkway Santa Clara CA 95054.


Looking forward to a great week!



Team PokitDok

The opinions expressed in this blog are of the authors and not of PokitDok's. The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice.

  Tags: API, Blockchain, Health Innovation, Healthcare consumerism

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