Tag: open mHealth

PTSD Coach: Proof-of-Concept app from the VA using Open mHealth platform

Integration of patient data into an electronic health record is a large undertaking. The VA has teamed up with Open mHealth to achieve the next step making patient data collected from mobile apps understood in a clinical meaningful way appropriate interventions by clinicians. The PTSD Coach is being piloted currently to determine its applicability and effect on development for other apps currently being designed by the VA system.

Open mHealth: An Open Access Approach to Improving Health Outcomes

Open mHealth is a new not for-profit organization which according to the researchers will create an “open software architecture for mHealth” and catalyze an “open community of developers, clinicians, researchers, and entrtepreneurs to build and reuse Open mHealth modules across a broad range of mHealth applications, disease conditions, and user populations.”

Health Datapalooza will feature apps built on massive data available at HealthData.gov

The Health Datapalooza 2012 will showcase will feature the best and brightest applications using data from government and other sources. Innovators will present their technologies and will be judged “American Idol”style by the audience comprised of consumers, health care professionals, and community leaders. But time is quickly running out to submit your health app to […]