IEEE 1752.1 Standard Published

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society-sponsored, Open mHealth-initiated IEEE P1752.1™ project was published last month: IEEE 1752.1-2021 – IEEE Standard for Open Mobile Health Data–Representation of Metadata, Sleep, and Physical Activity Measures. [1] The IEEE Std 1752.1 document is available through the IEEE Standards Store and IEEE Xplore. The standard’s web page also includes links to the publication. The schemas, … Read more >

Open mHealth-driven IEEE P1752.2 Starts July 6

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society-sponsored IEEE P1752.1™ project started work in February 2018. People from around the world participated in the Working Group, which developed a standard document and standardized representations (schemas) for sleep measures, physical activity measures and metadata. The draft schemas are published on the 1752 IEEE OpenSource website. Both draft document and schemas have been … Read more >

Open mHealth at DiMe’s ‘The Playbook: Driving Adoption’ Event (April 30)

On Friday April 30, starting at 10 am ET, the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) will host a public online event to present The Playbook: Driving Adoption, the result of a six-month collaborative work by participants from some 25 organizations. During the event, over 100 new action-oriented resources will be unveiled, which will make it easier to: Access information from … Read more >

OmH-on-FHIR at HL7 FHIR DevDays (June 10-12)

Simona Carini (Open mHealth) and Eric Haas (Health eData) will co-present the “Open mHealth (OmH) and FHIR” session at the upcoming HL7 FHIR DevDays in Redmond, WA, on Tuesday June 11, 11:20 am to 12:00 pm. HL7 FHIR DevDays is a 3-day event (June 10-12) where IT professionals in healthcare can learn about FHIR in a collaborative environment. The … Read more >

Join us on November 5th

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): DESCRIPTION Wondering how to … Read more >

On HealthKit, Granola and JSON with Sherbit

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 >

Get Trained With Open mHealth

Today we’re excited to announce a brand new training service for anyone who wants to learn the fundamentals of using mobile health data for their product, service or research. Last week we launched a survey to find out the possible training topics that were most meaningful to you. Your answers were extremely valuable in helping … Read more >

Meetups in NYC, San Francisco and now London

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

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 >