Category Archives: Digital Health

Panel: Engineering Your Health (IPENZ)

Was recently invited to speak on the IPENZ Engineering Your Health Panel. This video is a summary of the highlights. Advertisements

Panel: Engineering Your Health (IPENZ)

Was recently invited to speak on the IPENZ Engineering Your Health Panel. This video is a summary of the highlights.

Reflections on Building a Digital Health Product

This article was originally published as a guest post in the Rock Health Blog. Our ability to access increasingly granular and detailed health data is growing rapidly. Digital health innovators, then, must answer the question: is this data simply interesting, or is it

Reflections on Building a Digital Health Product

This article was originally published as a guest post in the Rock Health Blog. Our ability to access increasingly granular and detailed health data is growing rapidly. Digital health innovators, then, must answer the question: is this data simply interesting, or is it

The Health Data Spectrum

I recently did a talk about the explosion of companies who are trying to motivate behavior change through digital health. Not surprisingly, many of the companies that I mentioned are being built on the back of increasingly complex and interesting data sets. As

The Health Data Spectrum

I recently did a talk about the explosion of companies who are trying to motivate behavior change through digital health. Not surprisingly, many of the companies that I mentioned are being built on the back of increasingly complex and interesting data sets. As

Talk: Data Driven Living

I recently did a talk about digital health, behavior change & data, titled ‘Data Driven Living’. The premise of the talk was that we are faced with a crisis that, on the surface, seems impossible to resolve. The US spends circa $1T every year

Talk: Data Driven Living

I recently did a talk about digital health, behavior change & data, titled ‘Data Driven Living’. The premise of the talk was that we are faced with a crisis that, on the surface, seems impossible to resolve. The US spends circa $1T every year