The Open mHealth platform can help you build any digital health solution.
Our JSON schemas reference existing clinical standards and make data easier to digest.
Don’t waste time re-creating the work our community of clinical and data experts have done. We’ve made it easy for you (and your team) to use digital health data.
Everything our community creates is open-sourced under the Apache 2.0 license. Which means you can use and adapt the code base to your liking. More importantly, you can contribute back.
We take great care in supporting apps and devices that can deliver the biggest clinical value, beyond just fitness. That’s why we support data like blood pressure, heart rate, and weight.
Co-designed with doctors and patients and currently in a pilot phase at Stanford Preventative Cardiology, Linq is a way for people to collaborate with their doctor on health tracking using the apps and devices they love.
The Cornell Interaction Design Lab has created a novel tool for frequent, unobtrusive measurement of affect using mobile technologies. PAM is powered using the Open mHealth platform.
Mobility is an open-source activity-tracking app that allows users to own all of their data. It can passively sense data like sedentary state and driving, in addition to tracking the usual types of physical activity data.
Get ready for clear, intuitive, and meaningful digital health data.