Get Trained With Open mHealth

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

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 us design this service for you.

The 50+ respondents were overwhelmingly interested in “Ingesting 3rd Party App Data” and “Visualizing Health Data.”

Training topics Open mHealth community feedback

We also spoke with five different Open mHealth users and found they were mostly interested in mobile health data acquisition into their infrastructure (beyond a prototype).

Topic runners-up in order of “Great Idea” include:

  • Health data aggregators – Which one to choose?
  • Building apps with HealthKit
  • Data modeling
  • API Design

 

On January 28th in San Francisco, we will be launching our first-ever training course showing you how to integrate mobile health data into your system, no matter how many users you have.

The course, titled Data Integration,” will help you navigate the murky mobile health data waters, understand the total cost of ownership, how to access data from a vendor API and integrate it into your system. You can find more information on the course in the course syllabus.

This class will have a technical bent. But if you’re someone trying to integrate mobile health data into your business or having difficulty navigating the mobile health data landscape, this course is for you.

Given this is our first ever training event, we’re trying to keep it small.  Feel free to register today while space is available. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Stay tuned for the next course on Visualizing Mobile Health Data.

Is there a topic you’d like us to help you learn? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. 

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