REDOX – Niko Skievaski
Building an API Layer to communicate with any EMR.
Link to multiple EMRs via a single data model.
REDOX maps between different EMRs.
Submit simple JSON.
Validic – Matt Jones
Four different ways to get data in to EMRs
Integration with 300 health devices
Real time notes from the tenth annual Health2.0 fall conference.
Vitalsnap – Allows data to be captured from non-connected devices. OCR capability.
Integration to Apple HealthKit and Samsung Health App.
Provider and Customers – couple of hundred customers
Data Structure is a lot of API connectivity.
90% of devices in homes today are not connected.
Medal – Lonnie Rae Kurlander, CEO
Implemented a Print Driver to capture data.
HIPAA Audit Log. No data is persisted.
JSON representation of data.
Very interesting approach.
Academic Medical Centers, National Insurers
IMPRIVATA – Clay Ritchey @imprivata
Solving the authentication problem.
Doctors can enter a user name and password multiple times per day (45 minutes spent per day).
10% of patient queries in EMRs come back with incorrect identification.
Palm Scanner to identify patients.
Focused on Security and Convenience.
Multi-factor authentication. Fingerprint generate one time code to phone. System uses BlueTooth to pull Multi-factor code from phone and insert into workflow.
Very cool workflow.
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