Live demonstrations of Mobile Health apps, meet cool people in tech and healthcare, hosted inside the AppsForHealth conference. If you're involved in health tech in Hamilton, KW, or Toronto, you don't want to miss this.
Poor patient/provider communication is vastly expensive. Shift Health, a medical IT company, is addressing this $305 billion problem with TickiT, our flagship patient data-entry platform. TickiT cuts through barriers to effective clinical decision making by prioritizing patient experience. Already adopted by top healthcare leaders like Boston Children’s Hospital and CAMH, TickiT is specialized to focus on high-risk groups, such as those with low literacy, stigmatized conditions and youth.
mHealthDemoCamp2 was Thursday January 29
"On a wintery night, at the UW School of Pharmacy, in a lounge high up on the 7th floor overlooking the Tannery, gathered over 30 eager (but unsuspecting) mobile health developers. So what happens when you get 30+ mobile health developers into a room for show and tell? Community building, that’s what!"
The first event was held at MaRS on December 13, 2012.
Here was the original announcement
Read about mHealthDemoCamp1 at MaRS in Toronto:
We have more than 30 mobile health experts and entrepreneurs in room CR-3 at MaRS, a highly informative keynote, 6 five-minute demos, great Q&A, and then about ten of us went out for beers afterwards.