Lee makes safety alert system for Jawbone health tracker


November 25, 2014

The Clinton Foundation brought together a number of innovators on Sunday, each looking to weave together technology, education and health in a codeathon to solve issues around women’s health. Four locals – Ying Cao, a Harvard University Health Services psychiatry fellow; Val Lee, an MBA candidate in the MIT Sloan School of Management; Nathaniel Roysden, a Harvard Medical student; and Dushyanthi Pieris, a Ruby on Rails Developer – came together at the event to take home first place, capitalizing off the technology platform of the Jawbone fitness tracker, one of the sponsors. The program, called Safe.me, would allow users to sent out discrete alerts to emergency contacts by using the Jawbone wristband. Read the rest of the article in the Boston Business Journalphoto by Ben Sisto

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