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Health Datapalooza 2013: HDC Affiliates Apps Demos - Involution Studios hGraph


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Health Datapalooza IV: June 3rd-4th, 2013
Monday June 3, 2013 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: Regency Ballroom
Moderator: Sunnie Southern, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Viable Synergy, LLC; Ohio Health Data Affiliate

hGraph is an open source information visualization which provides a complete overview of an
individual’s health from an aggregated, high-level “how am I doing” status to detailed, metriclevel results and analysis. This single picture method can have a profound effect on a person’s
understanding of his/her total well-being, because it compiles multiple metrics and inputs into a
unified graph that can be viewed at a glance.

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Health Datapalooza 2013: HDC Affiliates Apps Demos - Involution Studios hGraph

  1. 1. hGraphDesigning an open system forvisualizing personal health metricsJuhan Sonin, Jon Follett, Eric Benoit, Andrew Fariajuhan@goinvo.comJune 2013
  2. 2. goinvo.comDesign StudioMIT2.009 Product Design
  3. 3. Cholesterol Check in 2006I didn’t have a pulse on myhealth, let alone the data.How did I get into the Design of Health?
  4. 4. Cheese and salami was coursingthrough my blood stream (basedon a meal the night before thecholesterol test…)370Total Cholesterol in 2006
  5. 5. I had no clue what my health metrics were.I had a better pulse on the health of my car.
  6. 6. and the Problem is…Increasingly complex systems–  Tool and Methodology gapDecision makers are swamped with conflicting data–  Our work is increasingly multi-dimensional (not a flat-decisionspace)Artifacts driving decisions need to be coordinated,presentedMinimal transparency into key health metrics
  7. 7. How do I (as a patient, nurse,doctor, proxy) make quicker, moreaccurate decisions?
  8. 8. How do I become an informed andempowered patient?
  9. 9. HealthCardwas bornPrototyped withdoctors, nurses,emergencyresponders…and oh yea, withpatients.
  10. 10. System view ofmy family’shealth
  11. 11. OutcomesExplore + test new concepts–  Clinical R&DProject Laika, hData–  Designing a beautiful + clinically relevant experience withoutbeautiful data = recipe for disaster–  e data standards game w/CCHIT + HL7Strengthened collaboration–  Federal agencies (HHS)–  Non-profit orgs (CCHIT, HIMSS)–  On-campus Clinics
  12. 12. Clinical and Patient SoftwareCompelling, standardized visual representations of a patient’s health status…on the celltopDesigned to increase awareness of the individual’s factors that can affect one’s healthOpen source healthcare applicationCreated for mobile devices, starting with the iPhone and iPadYour health in one pictureUsers provide, view, share, and understand a holistic view of their healthBased on an individual’s health data, identifies where an individual’s health numbers are, and where theyshould bePatient focused, with professional clinical relevancehScoreSingle aggregated number ranging from 1-100 that represents best knowledge status of an individual’shealthExperimental measure correlated with statistical data from open sources
  13. 13. hGraph Target RangesGuidance for the individual health measures are basedon citations from trusted healthcare experts
  14. 14. hGraph Target Range“Algorithms”
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  16. 16. Primary care oncorporate campusesDoctor as Life CoachphilosophyFounders = open sourceand design nuts
  17. 17. Upcoming TaskshScore Mixer (OSS)Seed health scoring data by trusted experts29.Aug.13, v1“trusted” hScore by Clinicians, Experts++hGraph v.02 (OSS)6.Jun.13, view data, explore, 2 zoom levelshGraph in the fieldProductionized hGraph on Facebook campus by Fall 2013225k person pilot for retail pharmacy chain in Aug.13
  18. 18. Flirt, Date, Commit300 seconds to contribute a CSS cleanup ...commit code1800 seconds and clean up js ...commit code3600 seconds and clean up one, small aspect of visual design...commit graphics and code
  19. 19. hGraphJuhan Sonin, Jon Follett, Eric Benoit, Andrew Fariajuhan@goinvo.comJune 2013Designing an open system for visualizingpersonal health metricsSpecial thanks to:Ben Salinas, Harry Sleeper, Josh Rumbut, Matthew Madonna, Sarah Kaiser, Dhaval Karwa,Kimberly Chang, Robert Audroue, Dirk Knemeyer, Rob McCready