Zipongo’s Jason Langhier shows a new demo showcasing a prominent strategic partnership in action that uses bio metric data to respond to specific consumer desires.
Historically, mobile devices could not carry medical information for security and patient protection reasons. Now, thanks to Scott Jenkins at m-Health Technologies, apps storing HIPA protected information can be used on iPads, tablets and iPhones. Watch Scott demo his new technology and witness the transformation of patient data storage.
For the hackers in the health technology community, Dave Fauth, demos how Mortor can combine and produce data samples from various sources.
Julia Winn demos BetterFit Technologies, which creatively removes patient anonymity from health care. Automated, adaptive text message communication system stays in touch with patients in-between appointments, and prediction technology allow doctors, patients, and insurers to make personalized and informed decisions about courses of treatment and prescription adjustment.
Working in collaboration with Penn Medicine, Damien Leri, demos his open source patient timeline and his data organization program, which successfully measures level of care utilization at Penn Medicine by specific populations. Damien Leri, is the health IT developer,part-time student at University of Pennsylvania, and CEO of Big Yellow Star.
At Health:Refactored Brock demoed the Spaulding Clinical electrocardiograph device and system, a revolutionary integrated approach to managing electrocardiography in a Health 2.0 world.
Brock is currently the VP of Innovation and Engineering at Spaulding Clinical, a leading edge clinical research unit and medical device manufacturer.
mHealthCoach has won so many Health 2.0 Developer Challenges that Aamer’s been asked if that was their main business model. Actually, their real business has been working with pharma companies. Their virtual nurse Flornce and their underlying drug reminder engine have attracted interest from pharma companies and incipient ACOs.
Jesse shares with us Aetna’s app called CarePass. They are bringing together many partners to integrate fitness data within their platform and have all the information in once place to create an easy access for many users.
Robert shares with us an app that gives incentives to patients who adhere to their medication routine.