Leveraging Mobile Technology in Global Healthcare


Leveraging Mobile Technology in Global Healthcare

November 20, 2014
by Mike DunkleyMarisa Bohlmann

What opportunities do mobile technologies provide for medical device and patient-centered innovation in global markets? The rise of smartphone ownership among the emerging global middle class in India offered Jana Care and Continuum the chance to design a medical device and lifestyle coaching application to combat the rise of diabetes.

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About the Author

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    Mike Dunkley
    Head of Healthcare

    Mike leads EPAM Continuum’s medical devices business and is inspired by the opportunity to deliver better healthcare experiences. He’s passionate about understanding client needs and translating them into successful collaborations.

    Mike joined EPAM Continuum in May of 2012. He has worked in commercial, project management, and technical roles on numerous multi-disciplinary projects within the medical, consumer, and energy sectors. His experience spans initial project orientation through to product commercialization.

    Previously, Mike held various upper-management roles at Cambridge Consultants and worked as VP of Engineering at Cambridge-based start-up Pronutria. He earned a BA and Ph.D. in engineering from the University of Cambridge, U.K.

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    Marisa Bohlmann
    Brand Designer

    Marisa crafts visual narratives that encourage meaningful customer experiences. To her, people are the key component to a successful brand story. Combining ethnographic research and design, she translates brand into deliverables that manifest across industries.

    She has developed UI architecture for a next generation cardiac medical device, designed the spatial experience of a corporate exhibit to promote member-employee empathy within a healthcare company, and re-imagined the digital onboarding experience for a premium financial service.

    Marisa graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a BFA in graphic design and a minor in web design.