This month, Open mHealth (http://openmhealth.org/)'s David Haddad and John Jenkins will talk about why building an open software architecture is necessary for telling a data-driven patient story as well as how to use Open mHealth for your next digital health app.
This an exciting opportunity to talk to the people building one of the few truly open source projects in the healthcare space, so everyone with an interest in mobile health is encouraged to attend, ask questions, and help keep the momentum for open source mHealth going!
About the speakers
David Haddad (http://davidhhaddad.com/) (@haddadda) is the director of Open mHealth. He has a breadth of experience in both domestic and global health. He’s worked for organizations like the World Bank and the mHealth Alliance. David holds a bachelor’s from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics.
John Jenkins earned his BS in Computer Science from SIUE in 2009 and his MS in Computer Science from UCLA in 2011 as a student of Dr. Deborah Estrin. Focusing on technology in health as an undergraduate, John created an open source electronic medical record system for helping cut costs to train nurses and continues to work on several health-related applications at Cornell Tech, including Open mHealth and ohmage.
We'll also be holding an informal Health Dev Hours before and after the talks, if anybody has code-related issues we can help with.
About Health Dev Hours
Health Dev Hours is a casual opportunity for programmers working in health to come, talk shop, get code help, or just hack in the presence of other health devs.
Come to Health Dev Hours if you...
Want some help with code you've been working on.
Would like to get feedback on or share a health hack that you are coding yourself.
Hope to discuss unique health hacking problems (like HIPAA compliance or interoperability) or standards (HL7, Blue Button, etc.) with others who have already suffered through them.