Bob Blonchek, President and CTO, Razoron Health Innovations
When one of the Health 2.0 team misses a first demo, it’s not that often that the rest of them say “you’ve got to see this”. Healthjibe was one of those demos, which introduced Razoron’s online personal health records. The goal was to encourage employers to empower and reward employees for living healthier lifestyles. More recently Razoron has been working on a RAZCODE, a digital token that is encoded in a mobile tag, which can turn scan an item with a smartphone and pull up important health information from a database.
In the last year the complexity of moving data has increased, but technological solutions linking data in different systems, while tackling the thorny issues of privacy, identity and permissions, are becoming more important. This panel will show some of those leading solutions, and the many unplatforms they need to connect with. (UnPlatforms comprise the next frontier in moving data between web/mobile/ubiquitous internet connected devices).
The “Permission Brokers and the Data Utility Layer” panel at the Health 2.0 San Francisco Fall Conference focused on companies and applications that break apart the world of silo’d data we live in and put that information to good use. Sunil Maulik, Chief Business Officer, HelpSOS moderated while products from Razoron Mobile, Humetrix, Endomondo, Diversinet and iHealth Labs received demonstrations.