A proponent for an open data ecosystem, Rachel Kalmar, responds to the question- how can we open data from our devices and apps to enable a single, integrated “Internet of Things?”
Together Alex Tam, Aza Raskin, Gretchen Wustrack and Aaron Sklar address the inadequacies of health care applications while providing design solutions to growing user barriers.
From EHRs to consumer apps, Roni Zeiger discusses how love of data can distract us from solving real problems.
Aza Raskin, Vice President of Jawbone, covers the importance of asking the right questions and solving the right problems when designing for health.
Representatives from Mulesoft, CareCloud, Spalding Clinical, Big Yellow Star and Ringful address various technology stacks, cloud technology, data sources, and health care practice standards.
In her presentation, “Understanding, Engaging, and Guiding the Health User,” Gretchen Wustrack demonstrates how to leverage behavioral attributes of patients and other target populations through effective design.
Chuck Freedman, Director of Platform Strategy at Mashery, examines data integration hurdles, and tactics in working with API-based healthcare platforms in his talk “A Healthier Future Through API.”
In order to maximize the use of data, Michael Yuan introduces various algorithms and identifying relationships in order to open broader health research and improved care.
Shah debunks The Myth of Complex Health Data Integration in a practical and technical look at why current health IT systems integrate poorly and how we can fix it.
John Walsh, CTO for CareCloud, speaks to the importance of integrating Application Programming Interfaces (API’s) with patient, provider, and payer data. John has over 20 years of management and product development experience, having built information technology and engineering teams that … Continued