Moderated by Indu Subaiya, Big Data: Tools and Applications for Individuals showcased the technology companies are creating to harness consumer data in order to make more informed decisions regarding health care. Anthony Begando represented SEER Health as the session sponsor. Speakers included Marvin Ammori, Jerry Sheehan, and Ben Wolin, joined by demos from ESRI, Treato, Moving Analytics, Withings, and MedHelp.
John de Souza, CEO of MedHelp is well known for coming on stage and sharing online health community tools, trackers, and data visualizations. This year he shared the latest – a partnership with Health Diagnostic Laboratory. They’ve created a simple blood analysis that can unlock critical information about an individual’s health profile including their risk for certain diseases or sensitivity to certain medications.
With its simple SDK and immediate access to MedHelp’s 130 million annual users, MedHelp’s health API, HAPI, is a proven development platform that currently supports tens of mobile apps in both iOS and Android that are used by millions of users. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the ins and outs of building a health app on HAPI and follow along as the MedHelp team creates a sample iPhone application using the HAPI iOS SDK in just minutes.
MedHelp is well known at Health 2.0 as one of the largest online health communities with 12 million visitors
each month. What’s not so well known is the story of MedHelp’s deployment at GE for its employees, helping
them track their health conditions. Nor is it well known that Rebecca was once at the NBA!
Here are some demos from companies who make finding tools for financial and clinical decisions quick and easy.
MedHelp is a web-based online health community that has big user numbers, big name partners and lots of organic growth with–as John often points out–no bought traffic. In recent years they’ve included trackers for multiple conditions and now have over 4 million people contributing data from them. John will show us a great visualization of the data collected from their initial results.
A roundtable discussion and audience discussion with companies about data and research use. See demos from companies that heavily use data and hear their first-hand experiences and lessons learned.
MedHelp is well known at Health 2.0 as one of the largest online health communities with 12 million visitors each month. What’s not so well known is the story of MedHelp’s deployment at GE for its employees, helping them track their health conditions. Nor is it well known that Rebecca was once at the NBA!
A look at some of the social media and reward-based technologies that can be used to incentivize employee wellness and engage them in their health, not only keeping a healthier workplace but lowering costs, too.