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Healthcare Interop Meetup: How to Build FHIR-based Connected Healthcare Apps in Minutes

  • CIC Cambridge - Cloud City, 14th floor 101 Main Street Cambridge, MA 02142 (map)

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is continuing its exciting ascendency, opening up exciting new possibilities for healthcare interoperability where modern lightweight protocols are used to tame the complex myriad of data and systems that undergird large hospital systems and healthcare information exchanges.

In this meeting, Ricky Sahu, the CEO and Co-founder of 1upHealth will demonstrate how to connect with 100s of EHR systems with production clinical data using FHIR APIs through a patient mediated experience. We will launch a demo web application which will enable you to log in as a patient to authorize access from one or many health systems. Once connected, you can interact with data via FHIR and build any application or service on top of it.

Ricky previously worked at Google on the Google Apps for Business team to automate support for customer issues and forecast demand to staff hundreds of employees around the globe. Afterward he built tools to improve search engine optimization and online marketing using machine learning and programming crowds at Promediacorp for companies like Sony, Microsoft, and Forever21. Prior to 1upHealth, Ricky was the first employee and Director of Engineering at health tech startup CareJourney which analyzes claims data and publishes APIs for Accountable Care Organizations to improve care and reduce costs. Ricky’s experience spans machine learning, serverless architecture, circuit design for IOT sensors, blockchain smart contracts, and healthcare. He studied Systems Engineering & Economics at the University of Virginia.

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