San Francisco MeetUp November 5

By Simona Carini on October 26, 2018 - Sign up for free updates here

For those of you who are in the Bay Area, this is an introduction to how we’re bridging Open mHealth schemas and FHIR resources for integration into the EHR using SMART-on-FHIR Open mHealth, FHIR, and Beyond MeetUp Monday November 5 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm RSVP tOday (seats are limited): http://bit.ly/2NWwYhT DESCRIPTION Wondering how to … Read more >

OmH-on-FHIR at HL7 Connectathon (September 29-30)

By Simona Carini on September 21, 2018 - Sign up for free updates here

Open mHealth’s co-founder Dr. Ida Sim will participate in the Open mHealth to FHIR track at the HL7 FHIR Connectathon in Baltimore, MD, on September 29 and 30, part of the HL7 32nd Annual Plenary & Working Group Meeting, which will run until October 5th at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. The HL7 FHIR Connectathon 19 is … Read more >

Hiring: Community Manager

By David Haddad on January 18, 2018 - Sign up for free updates here

The Community Manager will help lead the Open mHealth community by promoting discussion, shared experiences, and collaboration between the clinical, research and engineering communities around methods for exchanging mobile health data to improve the health of individuals and populations. Outcomes Respond to community questions in Github and email Maintain and manage the Open mHealth web … Read more >

mProv: A New Initiative To Create Provenance Infrastructure To Enable Sharing Of High-Frequency Mobile Sensor Data

By David Haddad on September 16, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

A team of researchers from four universities – UCLA, UC San Francisco, University of Memphis and University of Pennsylvania – have been awarded a new data cyberinfrastructure grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The team will develop a new cyberinfrastructure called mProv to annotate high-frequency mobile sensor data with data source, quality, validity, and … Read more >

On HealthKit, Granola and JSON with Sherbit

By David Haddad on June 9, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

This is a guest post by our friend Varun, Co-founder of Sherbit. Enter Varun. When building our iOS app, Sherbit, we were faced with a daunting task early on: integrating data from disparate sources and standardizing them in such a way that we could easily and dynamically create beautiful user-facing visualizations. At first, the solution seems simple. All … Read more >

Introducing: ResearchStack

By David Haddad on April 15, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

Today we bring Android parity for mobile-based clinical studies. We introduce to you ResearchStack–the first Android framework for building and designing apps for clinical studies. With funding from the RWJF, Cornell Tech and Open mHealth, and development by touchlab, the project kicked off just five months ago to develop a way for developers and researchers with existing … Read more >

5 Reasons To Take The Official Data Integration Course

By David Haddad on March 28, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

Sharing knowledge is, in itself, a process of on-going learning and iteration. This past January, we hosted our first Mobile Health Data Integration training. This training surveyed the landscape of mHealth data APIs and provided practical insights into how to access and integrate data from these sources. We received a great deal of positive feedback … Read more >

Rub Shoulders And Learn How To Integrate mHealth Data

By David Haddad on March 21, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

Have you ever wanted to rub shoulders with top Health IT executives in the country AND learn how to integrate mobile health data? Well, for those of you who missed our last training (you were sorely missed) we’re proud to announce another Data Integration workshop this coming April 6, 2016. What’s so special about this … Read more >

Health Data Manifesto

By David Haddad on March 3, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

A specter is haunting healthcare–the specter of health data interoperability. Health data is scattered. It’s in hospitals, proprietary cloud-environments and in research organizations. Not only is health data scattered, it’s also different. Different in format. Different in meaning. For the last four years we at Open mHealth have been making mobile health data more accessible to all through … Read more >

Woo Hoo! It’s Shimmer’s Six Month Anniversary!

By David Haddad on February 26, 2016 - Sign up for free updates here

Github tells us there’s been a ton of activity on Shimmer since its launch. Lots of folks are taking the deep dive into the Open mHealth platform, but being that this is an open-source project we can only know so much about who’s using the Open mHealth tools and schemas. We’re putting out a call to hear your stories about … Read more >