Sunil Maulik moderates this panel on the latest tools that can help better the research process by making it more efficient, improving outcomes and more!
Chiara Bell moderates this panel of demos that focus on women’s health, from maternity to menstrual cycles and more!
Julie Winn, Founder & CEO of BetterFit Technologies, introduces us to their website which allows women to compare different types of birth control. First women create a profile, which is compared to other women in their database in order to recommend a birth control that might be a better fit to that women’s individual health.
Chandler Marrs, Founder & CEO of Lucinewomen.com, introduces you to the website that allows women to track their menstrual cycle and a variety of other health factors that they select. Lucine helps these women see how their hormones are affecting other aspects of their health, all in one place!
Brynne Potter, Co-Founder at Private Practice Maternity, demos their electronic health record program for maternity care and how it stands out from its competitors. Patients and providers engage in managing the patient’s pregnancy through test results, forms, patient education and more.
David is a Mayo anesthesiologist who built MC Health Connection, a cloud-based architecture designed to alter care models and improve the patient experience. Using an iPad, patients, family members and physicians can track their progress inside and out of the hospital.
Adam Wolfberg, Principal at Bellybaloo, demos their site which is a HIPPA compliant way to share ultrasound images with family, friends and a network of other mothers.
Lygeia Ricciardi is consumerista of the ONC who is here to share with us the “Big Picture” of health care and the modernization of Health care technology with consumer based technology.
Julia Winn is a recent graduate of Harvard College, where she studied computer science and molecular biology–without needing to cheat! She founded BetterFit Technologies in November of 2011 when she built the first consumer prototype after data-mining nearly 100,000 comments from health discussion forums.