12:50 - 1:10 pmSaturday, September 6
LK 120
Give the patient their health data!
LK 120
Give the patient their health data!
Founder and CEO, Gliimpse
The key thesis of my discussion is that everyone should be able to manage their health records, and share them securely with those they trust. We discuss a path to such success: (1) extraction of portal-available... Read more

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The key thesis of my discussion is that everyone should be able to manage their health records, and share them securely with those they trust. We discuss a path to such success: (1) extraction of portal-available but fragmented clinical records, (2) encoding aggregated data through federally mandated standards (e.g. SNOMED and Medicare’s C-CDA), and (3) allowing patients to share records with both humans and apps – most interestingly how all this maps into HIPAA and the ACA. Will outline our view on how patient-mediated sharing of health histories aligns with the explosion of consumer health QS devices. Finally, how donations of anonymized n-of-1 “small data” into a public research commons, is a potential viable solution to the practical lack of usable BIG-data in healthcare.

Anil Sethi is the founder and CEO of Gliimpse, consumer-health stealth startup in Redwood City. He is also an investor, advisor to StartX Med, UCSF and non-profit Cancer Commons, and a past board member of Johns Hopkins Medical School. Gliimpse is Sethi’s fifth consumer health-IT venture – a platform for aggregating clinical/EMR records into computable forms sharable with humans and apps, for all 300MM US consumers. Others include Dakota Imaging for medical billing data (acquired by WebMD) and Sequoia for EMR clinical data extraction (IPO, then acquired by Citrix). His Kaiser deployment was the largest private patient-portal in US history.

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