Giving thanks to our technical partners
At the upcoming mHealth Summit we will showcasing the power of integration using the Open mHealth architecture across two disease domains—Type 1 diabetes and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We know Thanksgiving is over, but it’s never too late to give thanks to those who have helped us succeed over the last six months in making our showcase a reality.
We want to share the names of the organizations and people who’ve helped us along the way:
- Alex Freeman, a pediatric nurse living with Type 1 diabetes
- Brian Venerick, a US Army veteran diagnosed with PTSD
- Julia Hoffman from PTSD Coach
- Rich Strobridge from Entra Health System
- Kabir Kasargod from Qualcomm Life
- Jason Jacobs and Jake Cacciapaglia from Runkeeper
- Karan Singh and Anmol Madan from Ginger.io (congrats on the last round of funding)
- John Mattison from Kaiser Permanente and Veloxicom for creating MindMyMeds
- JP Pollack from Cornell University for creating PAM
- Marc Schwartz for your professional design and development work at IdeaSphere
- John Jenkins and Cameron Ketcham from the Ohmage team
- Aaron Neinstein, Saleh Adi, and Steve McCann from Greendot Diabetes
- Ali Emami from Microsoft Health Vault
- Margie Morris from Intel Labs for creating MoodMap
We are grateful to be working with you.
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