Open Health Network is a unique technology that fundamentally transforms the ability for healthcare to scale mobile applications.
Los Altos, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2015
Today, the smart mobile health platform, Open Health Network announced that Dr Barry Zuckerman, Professor and Chair Emeritus of Pediatrics at Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center has joined its Advisory Board.
Dr. Zuckerman is a national and international leader in child health and development. His research focuses on the interplay among biological, social and psychological factors as they contribute to children's health and development. Dr. Zuckerman and colleagues have developed four programs that transformed health care to better meet the needs of low income and minority children. The success of these efforts is that they are now all national programs: Reach Out and Read, Medical-Legal Partnership, Health Leads and Healthy Steps.
In addition to more than 250 scientific publications, he has edited nine books, including three editions of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics: Handbook for Primary Care. He has served on prestigious national committees: National Commission on Children, Carnegie Commission on Young Children, Bright Futures, and has received numerous national and international awards including the C. Anderson Aldrich for Child Development and the Joseph W. St. Geme Award for Leadership from AAP, and the Policy and Advocacy award and Health Care Delivery Award from the APA. He has consulted in Turkey, Bangladesh, and Thailand regarding child development.
Today, Dr. Zuckerman released the following statement:
“I am excited to join the Open Health Network advisory board and support their mission to dramatically increase the speed and efficiency of creating mobile health applications. Open Health Network is a unique technology that fundamentally transforms the ability for healthcare to scale the development of mobile applications. Furthermore, by enabling multiple languages, devices, integration to gadgets, Electronic Medical Records systems it can help advance universal access to mobile health applications for diverse patient communities.”
The CEO of Open Health Network, Tatyana Kanzaveli, released the following statement:
“I am humbled that Dr. Zuckerman has graciously accepted our invitation to join Open Health Network advisory board. His years of experience in healthcare and his tireless advocacy work in child health will be invaluable to our organization as we continue our growth.”
About Open Health Network:
Open Health Network is a smart mobile health platform. It enables organizations to create their own custom mobile applications that run on any device and in any language within a day without coding. It is an open platform that integrates with existing applications, HMR/EMR systems, devices and content.
Among organizations using Open Health Network platform are McGill University, Lung Cancer Foundation, Rare Cancers Foundation, Informulary and others.