This is a partnership meetup with IoT Fuse. (https://www.meetup.com/healthcaremn/events/239479413/)
6-6:30p - Food & Networking
6:30-7:30p - Program consisting of guests below
7:30-8p - Food & Networking
Jared Sieling (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaredsieling) is the founder of Chanl Health (http://www.chanlhealth.com/), an IoT-data company taking information from connected wearables and integrating it into physician care plans to improve patient outcomes. Jared's background is in "mobile health" R&D, and he's worked with universities and hospitals across the country to design and build innovative systems for monitoring and changing health related behaviors. He's interested in how mobile technologies can be better utilized to enhance healthcare provider services.
Tyler Skluzacek is the founder of NightWare (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nightware/nightware-a-sleeping-solution-for-traumatic-nightm) Inc--a tech startup specializing in sleeping solutions via smartwatch applications. NightWare's predecessor, myBivy, was founded in 2015 as the winning HackDC hackathon project. The centerpieces of NightWare are its algorithms: supervised machine learning protocols and biometric stress-metric calculations to pinpoint traumatic nightmares at their onset, alleviating the need for more-advanced medical treatments and supervision.
Al Baker (https://www.linkedin.com/in/albakermn/) is one of Minnesota's most well respected high-tech CEO's for startup Reemo (http://reemohealth.com/). Reemo is a fascinating wearable-IoT company, having started out with its own in-house designed hardware and migrated into a health software platform which works across many wearables devices.
Paul Hines (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-hines-md-mhi-58752a94/) is the founder of Dose Health (https://dosehealth.com/), a smart pillbox designed to monitor medication adherence through deep integration with users’ smartphones. An alarm sounds at preset intervals during the day alerting users to take their medication — making Dose Dispense especially useful for patients with cognitive decline. Family members can also receive notifications that pills were taken, taken late, or missed. The brand has seen 97% adherence across devices and served 5,000 dispenses, as reported February 6.
Space Sponsor for this Month:
- street parking
- parking lot demonstrated below
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