In this video, you’ll learn about how the Open mHealth standard is evolving in the IEEE working group as well as how to map OMH schemas to FHIR resources.
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 >
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 >
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 >
We’re happy to introduce iHealth as the newest integration supported by Shimmer. By adding iHealth support to Shimmer, developers can now access data from their API without building their own integrations. We’re excited about supporting iHealth because of the broad range of measures they capture through their consumer-devices. From blood glucose to blood pressure and … Read more >
Have you ever looked at a health graph and felt pride (or shame!) about what you saw? Or confusion? Or maybe curiosity? Whether we are looking for better insights, or just some motivation, visualization is a time-tested way of bringing data to life. But to help us stay inspired and focus on what matters, we … Read more >
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 >
Open mHealth is proud to support HumanAPI, a startup helping developers turn health data into valuable consumer and healthcare applications through one, simple API. HumanAPI will be showcasing their API at a 24hr hackathon this week-end, where they will be giving healthcare and quantified self hackers the chance to build using various health and human … Read more >