LA Quantified Self Meetup (6/13) - MJF Parkinson's Challenge by Drake Pruitt

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Passive monitoring - used anonymized smartphone data to predict and track the progression of Parkinson's disease

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LA Quantified Self Meetup (6/13) - MJF Parkinson's Challenge by Drake Pruitt

  1. 1. 6.11 LA QS MeetupMJF Parkinsons ChallengeDrake Pruitt (@drakep)
  2. 2. 3Company confidential. Not for reprint or distribution without written consent of Lionsolver, Inc. Patients:– Parkinson’s: daily drudgery of improving & worsening symptoms.– No unified definition of Parkinson’s exists; it’s multi-state.– Many QS factors are indicative (sleep, mental state, nutrition, exercise). Physicians:– Working with limited, highly subjective data (diaries, periodic office visits).– Need data-driven services that enable pro-active management and care. Data:– Passive data offers great potential for cloud-monitored care.– Much of collected data has minimal therapeutic value at scale.– Advanced analytics needed to discern signal from noise.Learnings

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