Better by Marand CEO will speak at the 2016 Connected Health Symposium, on October 20-21 in Boston, MA.
Tomaž Gornik, Co-Chair of openEHR Foundation and CEO at Better by Marand, will give a European perspective as part of a panel titled "Contrast and Compare: Connected Health in Europe, Ahead of or Behind the U.S.?” at 2:05PM on Friday, October 21st at the event presented by Partners HealthCare.
Boston, MA: The Connected Health Symposium is a change-agent conference that promotes innovative thinking and the application of personal consumer health technologies to support new models of care delivery. Over its 12 year history, the Symposium has become an important venue for health care providers, hospitals, payers, government agencies, investors and technology developers to convene, share ideas and establish partnerships that are changing health care delivery for the future.
With over 25 years of experience in domestic and international health IT markets Better by Marand has evolved into one of the market’s leading solution providers. Our innovative products are all in line with Connected Health concepts and fit perfectly with the spirit of the conference.
Better by Marand’s own Better Platform™ is one of the leading health data platforms with major real-world implementations. Better Platform™ is based on open-sourced data models (openEHR) and supports agile development of innovative solutions. One such example is OPENeP - a medication management system built on Better Platform™ and supported by NHS England. www.marand.com www.ehrscape.com
Partners HealthCare Connected Health is a leading force in the use of technology to deliver care outside of a hospital or doctor's office. Applying personal health technologies, including remote monitoring, mobile health, personal health trackers and sensors, we are creating new solutions for empowering individuals and providers to better manage health and wellness. Partners Connected Health is affiliated with Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals, including Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.