The Economics of Health Content is a half-day business development seminar for content executives to examine opportunities with health content – an area like all others that has been transformed by the internet.
EconHealth will be in New York on March 20th 2008 at the lovely new TimesCenter. EconHealth is set against the backdrop of changing economics of the health content market as health information, news and research move online and mobile, and consumer-driven health care becomes a bigger phenomenon. Our specific focus will be the evolving business models for consumer health media companies, VC and M&A deals being done in the industry, the players in the industry, both big and small, and innovative services and disruptors in the space.
The format is simple: one keynote Q&A and two panels. Attendees and speakers will be from the content, publishing, media, technology, service providers, venture/investors, and health care industries.
Steve Case, chairman and CEO of Revolution LLC, a co-founder of America Online and former chairman of AOL Time Warner. [Revolution is the parent company of Revolution Health, the ambitious multi-platform consumer-centric health network that launched last year.]
Date: March 20th, 2008
Location: The Times Center, New York
Two panels, 3-5 people each; One keynote. 2:00-5:00pm, followed by networking with snacks, beverages from 5-6pm. Size: about 200-250 attendees, including speakers.
Must be registered in advance to attend.
Contact mnavarre (at) contentnext.com for information; and stay tuned to paidContent.org for updates to the agenda.
Official Website: http://paidcontent.org
Added by mikeinlala on February 15, 2008