How Your Team Can Work Remotely 6,600 Miles Apart

By David Haddad on July 28, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

Introduction People ask us all the time, “where are you guys located?” My typical response: “everywhere”. We’re a 100% remote organization. That means our team gets to live in cool places like San Francisco, Boulder, Burlington, New York City, and Malta. It also means we have to manage a 9-hour time difference and ensure good work … Read more >

10 Tools To Understand Medication Prescriptions Today

By Simona Carini on July 24, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

Introduction Being able to measure medication adherence is hard. There are so many behavioral, social, and economic factors at play. Given the potential of using data to tell a patient’s medication story, where do we begin? This post will explain our process in modeling medication prescriptions through a clinical measure working group (CLIME) and do … Read more >

Years Of Health Data. Yours In Minutes.

By emerson on July 21, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

Here at Open mHealth, we build free and open-source tools to get data out of silos, understand it, and make magical stuff with it. But what if you don’t have troves of data sitting around waiting for you to use? How do you test your systems before you go live, or before your study starts? … Read more >

Can Docs and Devs Speak the Same Language?

By Chris Schaefbauer on July 15, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

How can clinically validated data schemas help doctors and patients provide better healthcare outcomes? What are some steps we can take at Open mHealth to get more data scientists and developers more involved in creating these schemas? These were just a few of the questions I asked myself prior to our first ever Summit, held in … Read more >

Debut summit. Check!

By David on July 3, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

 Thank you to everyone who made it to our debut Open mHealth Summit.Over a 100 developers, product managers and clinical researchers gathered at Fort Mason’s Firehouse all wanting to learn more about Open mHealth and help shape the community’s future.  To those who made it, we thank you for your deep participation. But most importantly we thank … Read more >

Global Meetups expand! Next stop Chi-town

By David on May 18, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

Since March, we’ve hosted three Meetups in NYC, SF and London. Right after the SF event, I got a message from Miraj from Varsa Health wanting to organize an Open mHealth Meetup in Chicago.   How could we say no? Miraj and Varsa really believe in the need to have a free and open source way to use … Read more >

Meetups in NYC, San Francisco and now London

By David on April 8, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

London, April 13, 2015 We’re excited to to co-sponsor with our friends at SP+EE, the Mobile Health Meetup in London. At next week’s meetup Max Little will be the guest speaker. He is an applied mathematician who has led the Parkinson’s Voice Initiative, in which he and his team developed a tool that uses precise voice … Read more >

2 Meetups in 2 cities talking about Apple’s Research Kit

By David on March 16, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

Open mHealth is not only a free and open source platform to share and integrate digital health data, it’s also a community of developers, clinical data scientists, and researchers. Many of you have asked for Meetup groups to talk about all things Open mHealth. You asked. We listened. We’re proud to announce two new meetups … Read more >

Open mHealth is hiring a software engineer (backend focus)

By David on February 9, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

The role As Software Engineer, you’ll be joining our team of six and focusing on back-end development. Your scope will be everything from writing great open-source code to making Open mHealth systems better and more widely adopted. You’ll be taking digital health data from disparate places, making it meaningful for patients and clinicians, helping toolmakers … Read more >

We’re hiring for an Office Manager / Executive Assistant

By David on January 4, 2015 - Sign up for free updates here

About you you have a bachelors degree 2-4 years in administrative and project support role (experience at a startup strongly preferred) experience with scrum project management experience with heavy calendaring (in google calendar) for multiple team members and advisory board stellar written and verbal communication skills experience managing projects through to completion ability to juggle … Read more >