We are hosting a discussion on Mobile Health Tech! Conversation will be geared specifically toward mobile health technologies used throughout medical facilities. We will dive into what incredible new things mobile tech can bring to medical facilities, as well as how to work through the growing pains associated with this quickly changing technology. Join us for this panel discussion, where everyone is encouraged to ask questions and share any knowledge or stories.
We have decided to schedule the second Meetup for September 6th because it was brought to our attention that our friends over at RIoT are hosting an event on the 12th. We hope everyone will be able to come out and are looking forward to seeing new and familiar faces!
Speaker Bios -
Ed Holzwarth (Moderator)
Ed is the founder of and technical and business strategy leader for Little Green Software and Pattern Health. Ed is passionate about apps, digital health, behavior change, design, learning, skiing, and cooking.
Tyler is an Android Developer at Smashing Boxes and has developed mobile applications since 2010. He lives in Durham, NC with his wife, two pit bulls, and cat. Experimenting with new tech, reading and writing Android blogs, drinking good coffee, and mountain biking are just a few things Tyler enjoys.
Jon is the Executive Director of The Cyber Discovery Group, a nonprofit public charity in cybersecurity technology, education, and research. Jon’s roles place him overseeing the supervision and conduct of unique security projects and initiatives which support operations benefiting both public and private organizations, as well as a safer cyberspace. Currently Jon is part of a sponsored research program for establishing a global standard for Counter Cyber intelligence (CCI) as well as CCI strategies for private organizations. Outside of work, Jon has helped to establish and improve several security conferences, big and small, and often works to find ways to bring more to the community. Jon is currently the Principal and Co-Founder of a veteran-owned cybersecurity solutions company and leads up initiatives in veteran employment and professional development opportunities, while also personally finishing his PhD in Information Security.
Christian currently serves as VP of Healthcare Solutions at Data AnyWare, a Chapel Hill based consulting firm and project incubator. He has spent his 20-year career in healthcare technology, serving in various capacities across many settings, including clinical, academic, industry, and regulatory. Christian has worked with academic and medical professionals to develop HIPAA-compliant cloud-based software and infrastructure and has navigated these projects through FDA regulation. Mobile technology has been the recent extension of this work.
Eugene is the Director of Product Development and Chief Strategist for Innovation GeoAnalytics. The company has developed products across a number of industries and concentrates on 2 practices. The primary practice works with venture capitalists that have invested in high growth companies that have leveled out. They call Eugene to solve issues and help start-ups return to the high growth curve. His second practice concentrates on Product Development and Launch services. He has launched products across the Healthcare Landscape including new payment processes for Out of Network Health Providers, Internet of Things in the Hospital and Health Innovation arena and further back in his career, in the Financial, Location Intelligence and Government technology arenas. He is currently working on IoT products in the dialysis space, the inter connectivity between patients’ compliance with medical and pharmaceutical prescriptions and a specific product with transplant patient pharmaceutical compliance.
Tracy D.H. Bethel
Tracy currently serves as a Program Manager at the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress at Duke University where she coordinates data and evaluation efforts across the U.S. One of Tracy’s projects is to guide the implementation of a measurement-based care technology tool to assist mental health professionals in screening and treating children exposed to trauma. Reading about health policy, taking on complex cooking projects, and hiking are a few things Tracy enjoys.
Where to park:
Limited street parking is available along Blackwell Street and there is paid public parking on the first floor of all parking garages. East Parking Deck (250 South Mangum Street) is located between DPAC and the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. South Parking Deck (705 Willard Street) is attached to American Tobacco Campus. Detailed parking maps can be found on the American Tobacco Campus website (https://americantobaccocampus.com/parking).
How to find us at SB:
Smashing Boxes is located at 359 Blackwell Street, Suite 240 Durham, NC 27701. Street entrance is between Moe’s and the Durham Bulls baseball field. If entering from the street, you will take the elevator to the 2nd floor and find SB on the right.
Alternatively, you can enter from the backside of the building. This entrance is adjacent to the baseball field and Tobacco Road Sports Cafe. Once inside the building you will head straight back and find SB on the right.