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Health Data Aggregation & Management

January 12, 2016 @ 6:30 pm

Join us for the discussion with the CEO of Open mHealth – David Haddad

Open mHealth, a non-profit startup and open source system that’s making mobile health data more accessible. Code produced by Open mHealth is open-sourced through the Apache 2.0 license; this means that the code base can be adapted and evolved by the community members, and it also gives the people who uses the platform the ability to customize it for their specific needs. Open mHealth helps healthcare organizations in 6 ways: by standardizing, storing, integrating, sharing, processing and visualizing the health data.

David will talk about his vision of telling your health story and share more details about how Open mHealth is tackling this issue, including their latest platform Shimmer – which is the first open-source health data aggregator.

About David Haddad

David is the co-founder and executive director of Open mHealth who will join us in person flying all the way from San Francisco. He comes with a breadth of experience in both domestic and global health, working for organizations like the World Bank and UN Foundation. He holds a masters degree in health economics and policy from the London School of Economics and a bachelor’s in chemistry and public health from UC Berkeley. He lives to eat and slangs bike baskets on the weekends.







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