Diabetes Digital Health Unplugged, At The Fall 2017 D-Data ExChange!

Our team is at Stanford School of Medicine today hosting the Fall 2017 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange forum of tech innovators.

We’re pretty stoked about this, because Stanford’s new Center was established specifically to address the hot-button mHealth questions: How useful are digital tools in today’s medical arena? How can they be incorporated into clinical practice? How can patients figure out if products designed for them work or are worth the price?

The Center is already working with a number of interesting mHealth ventures to create research that legitimizes their work, and provides important evidence needed in the healthcare reimbursement battle. We’re thrilled to hear from Dr. Turakhia today!

Other program highlights include:

Watch #DData17 Livestream!

Huge thanks to Wes Nordgren for making this happen at all of our #DData events!

For background, you can read all about our #DData event series and previous gatherings here.

DiabetesMine #DData Kudos

We’re so proud and happy to see that what began as a half-day breakout from annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit in a Stanford classroom back in 2013 gave birth to an amazing now-international movement: #WeAreNotWaiting.

And it’s grown up to be, in the words of our co-organizer Howard Look, CEO of Tidepool, “a wonderful place for folks on the cutting-edge of diabetes technology to connect, learn and get inspired,”

Others say:

Coming Soon to the UK

Partha says:

In fact, he was so inspired he is now plans to start up a similar patient innovation showcase in the UK. Keep your eyes peeled for that #GBDoc !

We’d like to thank everyone involved in supporting the DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange series!

Especially (but not limited to)…

Tidepool leadership and our event Advisory Committee

The Nightscout Foundation

The OpenAPS community

Our 2017 sponsors:

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